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INTRODUCTION I had selected an experience which happened at my living place in Kuala Lumpur last year This incident is concerned about a big quarrel between me and one of my housemates My approach to this experience will be similar to Kolbs Learning Cycle Kolbs Learning Cycle explores the cyclical pattern of all learning from experience through reflections to conceptualizations then to active experimentation action and to further experience httpreviewingcoulresearchexperientiallearninghtm In this paper I will reflect on whats my feeling toward this incident how I analyzed my feelings in connection to my family upbringing and sociocultural standards as well as interpret the event from my housemates point of view Then Ill identify the issues which my experience focuses on and relate to what have others written about the issues Finally I will identify my learning outcomes and weaknesses through this experience CONCRETE EXPERIENCE It was around one oclock in Saturday afternoon I was lying on my bed The sun had rose high in the sky and the sunlight shone on my face through my window I looked at my clock and was shocked to realize how late it was When I walked out of my room after cleaning my face I saw two of my housemates mumbling with each other with unhappy faces Rachel the youngest among us with straightened hair turned to me and said Alice Gerald hasnt been throwing the rubbish for days and it is full of worms now Some more he changed the arrow to point at MY name How could he do this This is unfair She almost cried Its our house rule that each of us will take turn to throw the rubbish based on a sequence If a person had thrown the rubbish then heshe will change the arrow on our duty board to point at
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