The article presents the results of students’ reflection questionnaire which was the evaluation of portfolio- based learning at Mykolas Romeris University used in the course of Legal English. A reflection page as a structural element of a portfolio was implemented in students’ assessment of the covered material their feedback and evaluation of learning achievements as well as the methods applied in Legal English classes. The paper also describes the advantages of writing reflection pages and students’ attitude towards this kind of method. The conclusion is drawn that writing reflection pages gives students the opportunity to present their point of view to what they are doing, how they are learning and how they would like to learn. Students find it useful to write comprehensive reflection pages to evaluate their studies. The results of the study show that writing reflection pages in a learning portfolio helps students to register their learning progress and improve their legal English.
- Portfolio-based learning