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  1. Writing and Being: Embracing Your Life Through Creative Journaling by G. Lynn Nelson, 2004-08-30
  2. Leaving a Trace: On Keeping a Journal by Alexandra Johnson, 2002-01-02
  3. Journal Keeping: How to Use Reflective Writing for Learning, Teaching, Professional Insight and Positive Change by Dannelle D. Stevens, Joanne E. Cooper, 2009-04
  4. Writing for Your Life: Discovering the Story of Your Life's Journey by Deena Metzger, 1992-11-20
  5. Media Journal: Reading and Writing About Popular Culture (2nd Edition) by Joseph Harris, Jay Rosen, et all 1998-09-24
  6. Each Day a New Beginning Journal: A Meditation Book and Journal for Daily Reflection (Hazelden Meditations) by Karen Casey, 2001-04-01
  7. The Art and Craft of Feature Writing: Based on The Wall Street Journal Guide by William E. Blundell, 1988-11-29
  8. Enjoy Every Day (Every Day Journals)
  9. Journalution: Journal Writing to Awaken Your Inner Voice, Heal Your Life, and Manifest Your Dreams by Sandy Grason, 2005-03-24
  10. At a Journal Workshop: Writing to Access the Power of the Unconscious and Evoke Creative Ability by IraProgoff, 1992-05-01
  11. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau: Journal, Volume 8: 1854. (Writings of Henry D Thoreau) by Henry David Thoreau, 2002-05-06
  12. Courage: Every Day (Every Day Journals)
  13. 1st Grade Writing Journal by Adrianne McCauley, 2010-01-08
  14. Red Oak Leaf Blank Writing Journal by Jim Brennan, 2000-12-01

41. For Parents - Journal Writing
information. Entries to your journal provide you with both an easy referencefor sharing with the group and a record of your activities.
A Child's First Teacher Archive Spanish Parent-to-Parent ... Activity Calendar Why use journals?
  • to model for children
    Children learn from watching you and imitate what you do.
  • to keep notes of session information
    Journals demonstrate to your child how to organize notes.
  • to record your home application information.
    Entries to your journal provide you with both an easy reference for sharing with the group and a record of your activities.
  • To provide an opportunity to learn by "doing"
    Regardless of age, we all learn more and retain what we learn when we have an opportunity to put that knowledge into practice.

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42. Journal Writing Is Good Therapy
Effective journal writing captures the essence of your thoughts, provides reflection,allows for creativity, sharper memories, good therapy, self examination
Journal writing is good therapy
Journal writing is a powerful tool for therapy, an excellent method for self examination and reflection especially for spiritual direction or development of self esteem and better self image. Journal writing allows for sharper clearer memories and diaries, but allows for more than reflections or recording daily memories, it allows for a new sense of direction and purpose. While diary writing can be equally important and can be a part of journal writing per se, there are other exercises that can be used with journals that can be very enriching. Looking at journal writing from three different perpectives, the diary method, the reality therapy method and the spiritual direction method, all illustrating effective means of writing different types of journals or integrating styles to have a more complete and complex journal. bodyOffer(20117) Reality therapy goes quite well with journaling in that it provides a daily record for you to track goals and accomplishments, as well as take a real look at what you are doing in life. Reality therapy asks four basic questions. 1. What do you want to do (stated goal)?

43. Journal Writing
journal writing February 3 7, 2003, journal writing is 15% of your daily grade. Ifyou have some ideas for journal writing, give them to Ms. DeSimone.
Journal Writing
April 7 - 11, 2003 Journal writing is of your daily grade. You need to write at least five (5) complete sentences each day to get full credit. Each sentence should contain at least ten (10) words. You do not have to use the topic I suggest. If you have some ideas for journal writing, give them to Ms. DeSimone. Monday
Do you usually say what you really think or what you believe people want to hear? Explain why? Tuesday
Which of these problems do you think is the greatest threat in the near future? (overpopulation, educational decline, water or air pollution, or crime) Wednesday
Why do you think the most popular kids in school are so popular? In what ways do you think you are better than they are? Thursday
How do you think your parents' views would change if they walked in your shoes for a week? Friday
How would you rather spend a Friday evening? (at home alone, at a friend's party, at a movie, at a concert, or something else)

44. Memoir Writers - Journal Writing From A Historical Perspective
Learn to journal with a sense of historical perspective.Category Arts Online Writing Journals Resources......Learn to write your memoirs with a sense of historical perspective journalwriting - genealogy. journal writing from a historical perspective
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Your Journal, Your Journey, Your Story by Doreene Clement
Keeping A Journal Everyone has a story. Your experiences, your feelings, ideas, thoughts, and dreams all combine to form your life and your journey, which is your story. A great way to keep a relative reflection of all those things that have happened in your life is to keep a journal. A daily journal, a weekly journal, a month end summary journal, any or all these are ways you can keep track and record your experiences, your story. Read More... How To Make Time To Write by Dallas Franklin When we don't take the time to get our writing done, it's because we don't make the time. It's what separates the doers from the talkers. Or in this case the writers from the wannabe writers. You're left with one decision countless times a day. Will you write or not? Each time you choose not to write, you lose another opportunity that's seldom grasped again. Read More...

45. Dialogue Journal Writing
Dialogue journal writing. ERIC/CLL Minibib, March 1995. Writing Our LivesReflections on Dialogue journal writing with Adults Learning English.
Dialogue Journal Writing
ERIC/CLL Minibib, March 1995 Compiled by Joy Kreeft Peyton Articles Brinton, Donna M.; and Others. "Responding to Dialogue Journals in Teacher Preparation: What's Effective?" TESOL Journal; v2 n4 (Sum 1993) p15-19.
Examination of three teacher educators' dialogue journal commenting strategies focuses on use in MA-level methodology and practicum courses. In addition to a sample journal exchange, there is discussion evaluating the type and quality of response, along with guidelines for judging response effectiveness. EJ 472 797 Green, Colette; Green, John M. "Secret Friend Journals." TESOL Journal; v2 n3 (Spr 1993) p20-23.
Dialogue journal communication between students who do not know each other can be a valuable learning experience, although not necessarily suitable for all classrooms. The authors offer useful tips. EJ 459 707 Egbert, Joy. "Talk to Me: An Exploratory Study of Audiotaped Dialogue Journals." Journal of Intensive English Studies; v6 (Fall 1992) p91-100.
A study of the role of audiotape dialog journals in the second-language classroom looked at patterns in the form and nature of conversations and in relationships between participants two teachers and two students.

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47. Journal Writing Tips
journal writing tips about this enjoyable and self reflective activity, whichenhances your creativity and sharpens your EQ (emotional quotient).
Journal writing tips
One of the elements common to most famous writers is that nearly all keep a regular journal in which they write down their daily accounts. Keeping a record of your life gives you an insight into your subconscious mind that would not have been possible otherwise. Also the habit of writing something daily unleashes your creativity and writing skills as you try to transcribe the events of the day into words. By giving you an insight into your consciousness, it helps raising your emotional quotient (EQ) and in controlling stress. Most people at some time or the other do try to keep a daily journal but miss out due to some simple mistakes. Following a few basic guidelines will enable you to start a journal and more importantly to enjoy keeping it regularly. bodyOffer(19563) The first thing to decide is what to put down in your journal or diary. This is where most people trip up by not knowing exactly what to write in it. They complain of not having anything to write as nothing ‘important’ happened during the day. The mistake they make is in assuming a journal is just a record of the day to day events in their lives. Instead, the journal should deal not with the events that happened to you but what you yourself achieved during the day, not with your daily routine but with your experiences during the day. Also while writing down your account, give free rein to your creativity. Use all your senses and writing skills to analyze not just your own emotions but also those of others. You will discover as you do this that you are far more aware in your subconscious mind of other people’s feelings, and this in turn will sharpen your own EQ or emotional quotient.

48. Mathematics Journals
Mathematics Journals. Implementing a journal writing program in mathematicsclass. Return to the top of the page. Some Benefits of journal writing.

49. Creative Journal Writing And Journaling
Creative journaling resources and journal writing tools.Category Arts Writers Resources Workshops and Courses Fiction......A school of creative journaling, the Diarists' Workshop providescreative journaling resources and journal writing tools.
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What better way than with pen and paper to discover oneself. Through journaling I am learning how to stay true to myself despite life's ups and downs.. I am in touch with my spirit, unearthed a creative side I didn't know existed, and discovered confidence that wasn't there before.
- Karen Rogers
Welcome to the Diarists' Workshop. From a modest beginning in the fall of 1997, the Diarists' Workshop has become a popular resource and class venue for over 200 inspired writers and book artists. Whether your goal is to work through a difficult issue or merely to create an inspired record of your life, the Diarists' Workshop will provide creative tools for your own style of expression, and a safe haven for personal breakthroughs. For over 30 years, Charlene Geiss has been collecting works of and about diarists, and researching techniques that clarify and encourage self-exploration. This fall, New World Library will release Charlene's first project

50. Journal Writing
journal writing. Winter 2003 instructor. 5. The purpose of your journal writingis to deepen your thinking about teaching and learning. Write$46
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Winter 2003 EDUC 066 Guidelines for Journal Entries What is a good journal entry? 1. It is about your own impressions from anecdotal records of interactions between teachers, children, and other school personnel while being placed as an intern at a school site. 2. Good journal entries are sometimes about your own impressions and questions regarding what you read or discuss with your classmates. This should include experiences and personal connections made during this time. 3. A good journal entry is brief: about 1-2 paragraphs. Be sure to date your entries. 4. A good journal entry can be a response to a question from another student in class, your supervising teacher or the class instructor.

51. Journal Writing Column, Page One - Carol Martzinek - Columnists -
journal writing series. Making Time to Write Why making time to write in your journalis important, as well as some tips for making journal writing time.

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53. Christmas Journal Writing Ideas Language Arts Lesson Plan, Thematic Unit, Activi
Title Christmas journal writing Ideas By - Linda McCoart Subject - Language ArtsGrade Level - 3-5 Materials chalkboard; chalk; paper and pencils or journals
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Materials: chalkboard; chalk; paper and pencils or journals; crayons; scissors; assorted construction paper Directions: Print one or more of these ideas on the board and let the students complete the activity. 1. List four things you could do to help someone at Christmas time. Draw a picture of what you will do. 2. Make up your favorite Christmas recipe. Write down all the ingredients and the directions on how to make it. 3. Using the tune of "Mary Had A Little Lamb" make up a Christmas song and sing it to one person or the class if you wish. 4. Write a letter to Santa. Tell him what you want and why you think you deserve it.

54. Journal Writing For The Writer
journal writing for the writer. What to keep in it, what not to keep init, best time of day to write, etc. journal writing for the writer.
Journal writing for the writer
A journal is something to remind us of our ideas and thoughts. Someplace to write down that great idea for a novel that comes to us in the middle of the night. A journal can be all of this plus much, much more to a writer. Many people keep journals, but a writer’s can be his or hers best tool. What to Use as a Journal bodyOffer(19126) A journal can be a purchased bound book made specifically for the purpose. It can be a program on your computer. On the other hand, it can be a plain old notebook. The last one seems to be the best. Easy to tote with you, economical, if you fill one just grab another. I personally use the last, taking it one step further. I have several notebooks with a bound, zippered binder to keep them together if I am traveling, or off to the park and want to review something I have possibly wrote down in more than one of them. I also keep a small, pocket sized memo book in my purse for when I am in the car or standing in line and I have an idea or two. Privacy The one downfall of any journal is privacy. A journal should be a place that you can write down ‘anything’ that you want. Making sure you are comfortable with who has access to your journal should be done when you first start. You do not want to intentionally hold back something, later wishing you would have wrote it down. The idea of a journal is to help you organize thoughts and ideas, and you should not be intimidated about putting these things down on paper.

55. Journal Writing Index
Journaling Pages. Books on journal writing. Links to Websites on Journaling.Articles About Journaling Illuminations Visual Journaling
Journaling Pages
Books on Journal Writing Links to Websites on Journaling Articles About Journaling:
The Write Way by Charlene Geiss

Spark Your Creativity with a Dream Journal

Journaling the Cancer Journey

Turning Journal Articles into Personal Essays
... Chronic Pain

56. Journal Writing Through Cancer
How journal writing Can Help You to Cope Writing in a journal is you,not the whole person. The Physical Benefits of journal writing
Journaling the Cancer Journey
Since you first found out you had cancer, many thoughts may have spun through your mind. Right now you might be feeling:
  • Angry that your body has betrayed you,
  • Afraid of your illness and of what may happen next,
  • Sad over the loss of your physical health,
  • Out of control and helpless, as if you are at the mercy of cancer,
  • Alone because others don’t fully understand what you’re going through,
  • Confused as you decide what to do next.
How Journal Writing Can Help You to Cope:
Writing in a journal is an effective way to handle these and other emotions that living with cancer has triggered. Often people facing a serious illness find it difficult to express their feelings to others. Some aren’t used to revealing their emotions. Others feel a need to be strong for the sake of the people around them. For whatever reason we do it, when we keep our emotions bottled up, we increase our stress and the impact it has on our bodies. Journal writing empowers us to express our difficult feelings is a safe and private way. It allows you to come to terms with cancer at your own pace and in your own way. Your journal is always there to receive your thoughts and feelings. In addition to giving you a chance to express yourself and reduce stress, regular journal writing provides a way to make sense of life events, find meaning in them and learn the lessons they have to teach. Because journal writing helps us to focus inward, it fosters coming to terms with illness and regaining a sense of control. Journal writing also helps people to clarify their thoughts and make good choices.

57. Journal Writing For Elementary Students
Make journal writing easy for your Elementary students. Choose from these SeasonalSentencestarters. SEPTEMBER. OCTOBER. NOVEMBER. My name is .
Make Journal Writing easy for your Elementary students. Choose from these Seasonal Sentence-starters. SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER My name is . Summer was fun!

58. Journal Writing
journal writing. Personal exploration can be scary. Anything can comeup, and we may have to change how we see and think about ourselves.
Journal Writing
Personal exploration can be scary. Anything can come up, and we may have to change how we see and think about ourselves. One safe way to do personal exploration is by keeping a journal. When we explore life and the many questions that we ask ourselves, we may find that we are actually stronger and more connected than we thought. Journaling is a wonderful time to just write free form. You can begin anywhere or take a question from this site or a book and begin writing down everything that comes to you for at least fifteen minutes without picking your pen up from the paper. Express your feelings, give your ideas a place to come alive, record your history. Keeping a journal is one way to create a deeper connection with yourself. It brings the unconscious to the conscious. It is a place to say all the things you hold in out of fear. You cannot be wrong in your journal. No one else will see it to judge or criticize. No one will correct your spelling or grammar. You can also draw or make collages from pictures in magazines to give yourself different ways of expression. Make it yours. Give yourself a voice.
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59. Journal Writing
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JOURNAL TOPICS Here are some general topics for daily writing.
They are not necessarily in order of use, but written as remembered. (and Memaw's mind is not what it used to be!) 2. My list of things that interest me 3. Choose any item from the above list and write about it. 4. Goals for the year 6. All about baby-sitters 7. How old I'd like to be and why 8. All about my teacher 9. All about Mom 10. All about Dad 11. School days 12. After school 13. Weekends 14. What I do well 15. Dear Mom and Dad, About my report card. . . 16. If I could spend an hour with President Clinton, here are some questions that I'd like to ask him. 17. Usually a day in October is designated as National Grouch Day. These things that make ME grouchy. 18. Someone I'll never forget 19. A good movie I've seen 20. Ten things I want to accomplish by time I'm 40 years old 21. America's greatest athlete 22. America's greatest actor/actress 23. The most important invention of all times 24. Ten things that make me happy 25. Ten things that make me cry 26. Getting up in the morning

60. Daily Journal Writing Benefits
journal writing allows one a safe place to explore new ideas, clarifyvalues, and practice integrity. Daily journal writing benefits.
Daily journal writing benefits
What comes to mind when you think of a personal journal? Do you see a hardbound book? A password protected file saved on your computer’s desktop? A sketch pad? A three-ring binder with pages that can be moved around? The fact is, there are as many types of journals as there are people who write in them. Despite the variety, all journals fill one important need – they serve as safe harbors where one can write without censorship, exploring new ideas, trying out different personalities, and clarifying values. To begin a journal, or continue one, is to embark on an inward voyage that has outward implications. Great writing is not required, only a desire to discover who you are at your core. bodyOffer(22145) Keeping a journal is different than keeping a diary or logbook. The difference is one of focus - inward versus outward. A journal is a deeper, more focused collection of questions, answers and musings, rather than a simple catalog of day to day events. As Lois Guarino, author of Writing Your Authentic Self says, “A diary is a formal pattern of daily entries that catalog observations, activites, expenses, and the like. It is outwardly focused.”(p.3) A journal on the other hand, “is an inward journey, a record of internal life written consistently over a period of time, but not necessarily day by day. It is a place can commune with rarely explored parts of yourself and where those parts can answer back.” (p.3) It is this dialogue, carried on over an extended period of time, that has the potential to bear surprising insights, support truth-telling, and foster courage.

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