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  1. Kids Writing Journal by Donnalyn Yates, 2009-07-09
  2. Keeping a Nature Journal: Discover a Whole New Way of Seeing the World Around You by Clare Walker Leslie, Charles E. Roth, 2003-09-01
  3. A Life In Hand: Creating the Illuminated Journal by Hannah Hinchman, 1999-11
  4. It's All About You: Writing Your Own Journal (Writer's Toolbox) by Nancy Loewen, 2009-08
  5. The Well Being Journal: Drawing upon Your Inner Power to Heal Yourself by Lucia Capacchione, 1989-04
  6. November Daily Journal Writing Prompts by Maria Elvira Gallardo, 2005-03-01
  7. Writing for Academic Journals by Rowena Murray, 2009-11-01
  8. Therapeutic Journal Writing: A Tool for Personal Development and Professional Practice (Writing for Therapy or Personal Development) by Kate Thompson, 2010-08-15
  9. Life Strategies Self-Discovery Journal: Finding What Matters Most for You by Ph.d., Phillip C. Mcgraw, 2001-09-19
  10. Me Writing Journal Nothing Is Worth More Than This
  11. Publishing Your Psychology Research: A Guide to Writing for Journals in Psychology and Related Fields by Dr Dennis Michael McInerney, 2002-03-29
  12. How to Make a Journal of Your Life by Dan Price, 1999-09-01
  13. Leather Writing Journal
  14. Smart Women Put It in Writing Journal by Julie Hellwich, 2007-08-31

21. Journal Writing - MIB
Feel free to publish your journal on the Web at the end of the class.While writing your journals, focus on the following aspects
What? Your journal is a learning log that helps you keep track of the progress you are making. It is a record of your activities and should e.g. explain how you solved problems, list and evaluate Internet addresses you would like to recommend, etc. Why? It is good writing practice for you, as writing amplifies the comprehension process - and it is valuable feedback information for me. Extracts of your journal might be published on the Web, so other students can also gain from your experience. Moreover, it will provide a basis for the evaluating essay (approx. 2 pages) at the end of the semester. How? work in class: Reflect on what you have learnt, level of difficulty, things you have to practice, aspects you liked/disliked (don't repeat what we have done in class but comment on it). self-study in the computer lab: Talk about your work without instructor (with/without tutors), assignments too challenging/too easy, how you solved problems, places of interest you can recommend (don't forget address) and/or would like to use for your presentation of Web pages in English. progress in learning English: Comment on the language you come across (e.g. style or expressions), based on our Quiz/Special, new expressions from the "phrase pool", pass on quizzes or language games as well as addresses/evaluations of web pages.

22. Journal Writing Resources: Approaches To Journaling
journal writing Resources Approaches To Journaling. Ira Progoff'sIntensive Journal Seminar. Ira Progoff, a psychologist who studied
Journal Writing Resources: Approaches To Journaling
Ira Progoff's Intensive Journal Seminar
Ira Progoff, a psychologist who studied under Carl Jung and D.T. Suzuki, has developed a method of structured journal writing that enables the writer to access the deeper layers of his or her consciousness. There are a number of different sections in the intensive journal, each of which mutually reinforces and deepens the exploration process. The method uses stillness, free association and a dialogue format to explore different dimensions of our lives. Some of the dialogue sections are dialogues with persons, works, the body, situations or society. Other sections include inner wisdom dialogue and work with dreams and twilight images. This process is described in the book At a Journal Workshop , by Ira Progoff. Seminars are given nationwide. (I have taken this seminar and have found it to be of incalculable value in my life). Ira Progoff has also written The Well and the Cathedral , which combines guided meditations and writing (very effectively I might add).

23. Journals
The Secret Diary A little about the history and practice of journalling. By Diane Patterson.Category Arts Online Writing Journals Resources Articles...... I think the word journalist should be reserved for the profession. My historyof journal writing. About 10 years ago I took up journal writing seriously.
The Secret Diary
A little about the history and practice of journaling.
I try to write in my journal every day. Some days I am more successful in this quest than others. While there are whole weeks that go by without my writing a story or even a letter, very rarely does that much time go by without my scribbling something in my journal. When speaking of someone who keeps a journal, I usually use the term journaler , although sometimes I use diarist . I think the word "journalist" should be reserved for the profession.
My history of journal writing
About 10 years ago I took up journal writing seriously. I went to Berlin for overseas study and decided to keep a diary of my experiences there. I have kept a journal ever since. I don't look back at what I've written, because much of it's painful or embarrassing or silly, but I'm glad I've written about those times. In fact, a while back I noticed I had a tendency not to write during times of great emotional pain for me, and I got annoyed because those are the times I need to write the most! Nowadays I make a special effort to write during these times. Part of the reason to keep a journal is so that you get those horrible, evil parts of yourself out of your system (where they're just going to fester anyhow)...and you don't end up burdening anyone else with them either. You can say it and be done with it.

24. Journal Writing
journal writing. Though a journal and that's it. Now for some journalwriting Keep your journal entries in a separate notebook.
"Though a journal may be many things - a treasury, a storehouse, a jewelry box, a laboratory, a drafting board, a collector's cabinet, a snapshot album, a history, a travelogue..., a letter to oneself - it has some definable characteristics. It is a record, an entry-book, kept regularly, though not necessarily daily.... Some (entries) will be nearly illegible, written in the dark in the middle of the night.... Not only is it a record for oneself, but of oneself. Every memorable journal, any successful journal, is honest. Nothing sham, phony, false...." (Dorothy Lambert from Ken Macrorie's book, Writing to be Read A journal is a way to keep track of your thoughts about what you read for a course and what you read for recreation (you DO read for recreation, don't you?), as well as what you did on any given day. A journal has many functions, and if used well, it can increase your writing ability as well as give you a place to record information, keep ideas, jot down reminders to yourself, keep parts of newspaper or magazine articles you find interesting. Your journal can become a storage area, a file cabinet of sorts, in which you have placed all those thoughts and pieces of information that you may tend to forget or throw away because you do not have one place to keep them. A journal is not a "Dear Diary." A journal is not just a record of your daily existence. Instead, a journal gives you a chance to think about those daily activities. Maybe you have been having trouble understanding something in math and you're not sure what to do next, and you say so in your journal. After writing that idea down, you could go on to figure out (in writing) ways to understand the math problem - go ask your math professor for extra help, get one of your friends to explain it to you, or any other ideas that hit you. On the other hand, a diary would just record the fact that you didn't understand something, and that's it.

25. Effective Use Of Student Journal Writing
Effective Use of Student journal writing. Notably, during the journal writing,the teacher, as well as the students, writes about the passage.
EDO-CS-95-02 June 1995
Effective Use of Student Journal Writing
Prepared by: Gary Cobine
ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication Digest #99
The concept of a "communications triangle" of reading, writing, and discussing implies the need for a methodology whereby the teacher could stimulate the natural interaction of language uses in students to further linguistic development. Specifically, it implies the need for a method with which the teacher could connect reading and writing assignments to teach "the art of communicating" (Simpson, 1986) As the cornerstone of such a communications method, student journals have proven simple, yet effective (see Bromley, 1993) . For example, one secondary school teacher uses the following method: The teacher starts with an oral reading of a passage from literature, follows it up with journal writing about the passage, and ends with voluntary sharing of journal entries by students. Notably, during the journal writing, the teacher, as well as the students, writes about the passage. Then, both to model a critical response and to set the students at ease about sharing their own responses, the teacher shares his/her journal entry first. As a result of this technique, the students practice listening and speakingreciprocating in group discussion, and reading and writing criticallyrecognizing and evaluating their opinions and beliefs (Simpson, 1986)

26. Journal Writing Tips For Students - Writing Center At TCC
This is the journal writing Tips for Students page for the Writing Centerat the Tidewater Community College. journal writing Tips for Students.
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Journal Writing Tips for Students
The word journal comes from a French word meaning "day." A journal is a daily record of a writer's thoughts on various topics. One of the best reasons for writing a journal is for the exercise. If you want to lift weights, you must practice daily. To improve your writing, exercise is needed. However, daily writing is not always necessary.
A journal is usually not meant for publication; in other words, it is a place to explore ideas without concern about the surface elements that make writing readable to others. Some teachers assign journals with time criteria. For example, some teachers say to write for ten minutes every day or three times a week. Other teachers give no time guidelines. Under these circumstances, students can assign their own time criteria. Establishing a time pattern is often a good idea.
Some teachers assign journals with subject criteria. For instance, these teachers require that students write about computers in the work place or medical issues in the newspaper or economic issues like the ones in the textbook. Other teachers tell students to write about whatever interests them.Please do keep in mind that your instructor does not evaluate this based on if you "spill your guts" or not. For these open topics, reflections on community issues or family life or personal relationships or job plans or recreational preferences or school concerns or class assignments are some possible issues to focus on. Consider writing test questions in your journal based on what was covered in class or use it to remember questions to address in class.

27. The Power Of Words. The Writing Program At The Providence Journal
Members of the Providence journal writing Committee Lynn Arditi, committeechair, a business writer and formerly a localnews reporter.
Updated 2.20.03
The Writing Program
at The Providence Journal Background / History

The Providence Journal has a culture of writing that has grown and flourished over the last 20 years.
It's a culture that traces its roots to the 1970s, when Joel Rawson, then metropolitan managing editor and now executive editor, started workshops for the reporting staff. By 1980, the top editors vowed to make the newspaper a showcase of great writing. They brought in a writing coach named Donald M. Murray, a kind and insightful teacher with a Pulitzer in his portfolio.
During the 1980s, Murray coached our writers and editors, coming to the newsroom for one- and two-week stints. He worked at our side, not only showing us the craft but also teaching us how to discuss our craft and to learn from one another without threatening or feeling threatened. Murray taught that good writing results from processes that can be learned and then repeated, even in an environment as harsh and hectic as an American newsroom.
Murray's presence spawned an in-house writing contest, and some of the winning stories were published in a book: How I Wrote the Story, the first of three such collections that The Journal has published.

28. Benefits Of Journal Writing
Down Writing in your journal is a reinforcement of your long term memory. I'vehad exactly that problem trying to explaining journal writing to others.
What benefits will I get from a Journal?
Writing in your journal is a reinforcement of your long term memory. Writing your journal will give you increased capacity to cope with the world because it makes you self reliant, and develops inner capacity for coping with life. Ira Progoff calls this the "private and personal discipline with which to develop our inner muscles."
I believe in this rapidly changing world that we all have important work to do. Today's social and technological changes are more dramatic than the industrial revolution. There are no experts who can give you advice about how to respond to these changes. Each person needs to seek a personal solution, to develop a private ability to cope with change based on one's own interests and situation. It's highly probable that in the process of writing and working you too will discover something valuable, both to you and to other people. It's quite likely that your initial effort to share your insight with others will not be favourably rewarded. Others don't have your background or experience. In all probability you need to learn a better way to explain what you believe. It will take time for you to learn how to do that. I've had exactly that problem trying to explaining journal writing to others. I understand it so well and I make assumptions about what other people will understand. My attempts to communicate are not always successful. For that reason your own feedback on the contents of this file would be appreciated.

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30. Hobbies: Writing - Articles, Hints, And Tips For The Freelancer And Professional
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31. Journal Writing
journal writing. by Carlos Warter, MD, Ph.D. Writing journal writing canbe as prosaic or as wildly creative an exercise as you wish. For
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Writing in a journal is a way to discover the answers to your questions, to express yourself creatively, to find the voice of your soul, to strengthen your connection with your open heart, and to face your fears and overcome obstacles. Above all, it's a way to relax and explore the depths of your being. Journal writing can be as prosaic or as wildly creative an exercise as you wish. For example, you can use your journal as a daily record of events, feelings, dreams, and aspirations. Or you can be more creative, using it as a vehicle for what Jung called "dreaming the dream onward". One way to make the journal a creative vehicle is to use it for active imagination. Visualize an image and then allow yourself to "take off with it". Explore the images of your mind's eye with words.

32. Journal Writing: Does It Promote Long Term Retention Of Course Concepts?
journal writing Does it Promote Long Term Retention of Course Concepts? Numerousstudies have shown no effect of journal writing on objective test scores.
Journal Writing: Does it Promote Long Term Retention of Course Concepts? Subscribe to NTLF Special Features Craig A. Croxton
Robert C. Berger
United States Air Force Academy
Abstract Numerous studies have shown no effect of journal writing on objective test scores. Most of these studies have used overall test scores as measures of journal-writing effectiveness. This paper reports the results of two studies that examined performance on specific test questions and related journal entries. We found that students who wrote journal entries on topics related to specific test questions were more likely to correctly answer those objective test questions than students who did not write on the topic. Introduction Instructors, teachers, professors, and educators at all levels struggle to make formal education a precursor to life-long learning. At the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), one of the educational outcomes states, "We want to develop an attitude of intellectual curiosity in our graduates that predisposes them to lifelong learning" (italics in the original). Many instructors have attempted to encourage critical thought, application of knowledge, and an attitude of intellectual curiosity through journal writing. The pedagogical benefit of journal writing is touted by many.

33. ERIC Digest #174 - Journal Writing And Adult Learning
ERIC Digest 174 journal writing and Adult Learning Sandra Kerka 1996 The valueof journal writing to a course with adult students cannot be overemphasized.
ERIC Digest #174 Journal Writing and Adult Learning
Sandra Kerka
The value of journal writing to a course with adult students cannot be overemphasized. (Sommer 1989, p. 115) Journals and diaries have a long history as a means of self-expression. Several themes prevalent in adult learningcoming to voice, developing the capacity for critical reflection, and making meaningare reflected in the way journals can be used in adult education. Journals are useful learning tools in a variety of adult education settings. Dialog journals, for example, have become popular in adult literacy and English as a second language classrooms. This digest focuses on several types of journals, exploring their value in assisting adults through their learning journey and summarizing advice from the literature on effective ways to use journals. Types of Journals One type is the reader response journal or literature log , in which learners record their responses to readings. Used on all levels from adult basic education through graduate study, such logs enable readers to enter the literature in their own voice (Perham 1992), placing themselves in relation to the text and discovering what they think about it. Over time, the log itself becomes another primary text to which they can respond (Perl 1994). Usually, entries are shared with the class, stimulating discussion. In one variation described by Perham, a looseleaf notebook accessible to the whole class becomes a collaborative journal in which learners and teacher make ongoing comments. Both Perham and Perl feel that these response journals have the power to build a community of learners though the process of critical co-reading and co-writing.

34. ERIC/ACVE - Journal Writing As An Adult Learning Tool
journal writing as an Adult Learning Tool. Carroll, M. journal writing as aLearning and Research Tool in the Adult Classroom. TESOL Journal 4, no.

35. Journal Writing
journal writing tips. Help yourself to Easy Bake and Share Cookies . journal writingThe educational and mental health benefits of journal writing are endless.
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Journal Writing The educational and mental health benefits of journal writing are endless. For some children, journal entries can often be an easy way to explore, organize and validate thoughts and feelings. For others, journal writing has proven to be a useful tool to help open the lines of communication between students and their parents, teachers, youth counselors or health professionals. Written words often reflect the unspoken words of the heart. Through written self-expression, the writing abilities and use of grammar mechanics are also improved...many times without the student’s awareness. Through journal writing, kids begin to see a pattern of how positive choices often result in positive outcomes. They learn the advantages of setting goals, making wise decisions and developing healthy relationships. In addition to improved student behavior, other benefits of integrating journal writing with character education are academic achievement and enhanced self esteem. Kids soon begin to feel empowered by their own written words and actions to lead successful and meaningful lives.

36. Journal Writing Tips
covers. journal writing tips. Help yourself to Easy Bake and Share Cookies . com.The ABC's of journal writing Let's keep it simple . . .
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The ABC's of Journal Writing Let's keep it simple . . . journal book can be the best companion through life's journey! Purchase a book you feel comfortable with. Is the size of the journal easy to hold? Do the pages lie flat? Will it fit in your purse, locker or book bag? These are some of the questions to ask yourself before making a purchase. Some books have line-ruled, graph or blank paper, allowing individual preferences. Make sure the paper is acid-free so your written words can be preserved and enjoyed for a lifetime. Journal Jots provide thought provoking questions to encourage creative thinking and writing. Whichever style you choose, remember this is your book, and the more comfortable you feel with your purchase the more you will enjoy writing. e sure to find a pen, pencil or other writing instrument that feels comfortable in your hand and has ink or lead that applies smoothly to the paper. Sometimes it's fun to write with different colored ink. Acid-free gel pens work great! You can even write upside-down, sideways or in a circle to add versatility to those jots.

37. Journal Writing
journal writing. Written July 10, 2000 Last Updated November 5,2002. I've been writing in a journal since I was in ninth grade.
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Last Updated: November 5, 2002 There's one lesson to be learned from reading this article: Write in a journal! I've been writing in a journal since I was in ninth grade. The earliest dated entry was January 18, 1990, which is over ten years ago (today, my journal weighs in at over 9 megabytes)! Because of writing in my journal, I've been able to mark my progress mentally, physically, and emotionaly over that period of time. My journal is filled with its fair share of great accomplishments, depressing low points, and everything in between. Because of my journal, I'm able to look back on certain moments in my life and have them flash across my mind as if they happened yesterday. If you haven't found out already, your memory tends to fade rather quickly as you gain in years! Writing in a journal is an excellent means to capturing the moment, capturing your thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
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38. Journal Writing
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39. TESOL Publications: Dialogue Journal Writing
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This handbook is the first comprehensive volume to offer practical advice in and easy-to-use format free of jargon. It is recommended for teachers of nonnative English-speaking students in mainstream, bilingual, or ESL programs, from kindergarten through high school. It also has direct application to native English-speaking, gifted and talented, learning disables, and special education parents.

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40. LifeJournal / Journaling Software / Journal Writing / Chronicles
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