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  1. Gratitude: A Daily Journal by Jack Canfield, D. D. Watkins, 2007-12-04
  2. Journal Bliss: Creative Prompts to Unleash Your Inner Eccentric by Violette, 2009-04-23
  3. Scribble Scrabble Writing Journal For Kids by Beatrice M. Young, 2009-09-29
  4. A Garden of Thoughts: My Affirmation Journal (Journals) by Louise L. Hay, 1999-01
  5. Praxis:Journal of Writing and Building, Issue 5: Architecture After Capitalism
  6. The Decorated Journal: Creating Beautifully Expressive Journal Pages by Gwen Diehn, 2006-08-28
  7. Chickadee Blank Journal by Nodin Press, 2010-07-06
  8. Writing for Publication by Erik Bean, 1999-01-01
  9. Moon Journals: Writing, Art, and Inquiry Through Focused Nature Study by Joni Chancer, Gina Rester-Zodrow, 1997-01-30
  10. Live & Learn: Real Life Journals: Designing & Using Handmade Books (AARP) by Gwen Diehn, 2010-08-03
  11. Dear Diary: The Art and Craft of Writing a Creative Journal by Joan R Neubauer, 1985-08-01
  12. My Writing Journal--Grade 1 (5/8" Ruling--Pastel Swirl Tie-Dye) (Cool Tie-Dye Series) by Zaner-Bloser®, 2010
  13. The Way In: Journal Writing for Self-Discovery by Rita D. Jacobs, 2001-04-01
  14. Leather Writing Journal with Strap closure

61. Individual Instruction & Private Coaching
Carol LaChapelle ~ writing coach, consultant, offering programs from personal journalwriting to memoir, nature writing, and special inservice training in
"Carol, thank you very much for your insight and direction. I'm so glad I discovered you."
"Thank you so much! This is hard work, yet very fun. You are a gift." LJ
Gift certificates are available for private writing sessions.
Carol LaChapelle
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Phone: 773-271-2992

62. Personal Growth: Journal Writing And Self Help
journal writing and SELF HELP. by Phil Rich, Ed.D., MSW. If you take journalwriting seriously, it will become important to set aside time to write.

Seeking the assistance of a therapist can be a difficult process ...
by Phil Rich, Ed.D., MSW.
Journal writing provides a way to put thoughts down on paper where they can be seen and read, and gives shape and substance to feelings. Journaling is an effective and powerful means for self expression, fosters personal growth, and can be a valuable companion on the road to self discovery. A journal provides a place to express and explore innermost thoughts, feelings, ideas, questions, and concerns, and later return to reminisce or re-examine. It can be a place for people to talk and be honest with themselves in a way that may be difficult under other circumstances. And journals can allow people to get in touch with parts of themselves that are hidden under the surface.
Self Expression
To express means to press or squeeze out; to make known and reveal. Once out of your head, words give meaning and clarity to your feelings and thoughts, and sometimes allow you to be relieved of them. But why is it important to express feelings? Talking about things that affect us doesn't change a thing in the world around us, and it's not unusual to hear people ask "What's the point of talking about it, when it doesn't change a thing?" It's not that self expression talking about it changes the world. But, self expression has the power to change you, and the way you see and experience the world. Putting your feelings into words gives them shape and meaning. It allows you to put your feelings and thoughts into the world around you and by doing that, you connect to your environment and the people in your life.

63. Bigchalk: HomeworkCentral: Journal Writing (English Language Arts)
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  • 64. Journal Writing
    One is their journal writing. I believe it sets the tone of the morning andgets them focused on language arts. Writing Topics. More Journal Prompts.
      When my students enter the classroom they have two writing tasks to complete One is their journal writing. I believe it sets the tone of the morning and gets them focused on language arts. The routine is daily and they understand that they must write. I began with just ten minutes, but they decided they needed more time. Most students now write for approximately 20 minutes. I did try the new standard of allowing students to write on any topic they wanted to. Confusion about what to write took place, even though in their journals they had ideas written down, posters on the wall about what to write about, and the teacher telling them that they can write about anything they chose. (Ex. What happened last evening or over the weekend.) That took up so much time and thinking. Most children didn't get a chance to complete anything. The whole process took too long. So, I decided to go back to where my teaching of 33 years, told me to. I began giving my students daily topics to write about. I noticed that the students seem to write more fluently, when given this, and they actually enjoyed writing in their journals. (This also helps when they are given the Fourth Grade Writing Test.) They don't need any "think" time, so the writing flowed and became easier. Since kids enjoyed the writing, the next normal progression was sharing what they wrote. This has produced a safe environment for even the shyest child. Since they feel free to write, knowing that they will not be judged by their peers, everyone was eager to share. (We even clapped for students when: we enjoyed what they wrote, or a child who had improved, or a student who just tried his/her personal best.) Oral language was developed, and a style of speaking in front of a group.

    65. Journal Writing
    Click Here Language Arts Lesson Plans, Webquests, Worksheets, Student Links andClipart, Lesson Plans Home Language Arts Writing journal writing.

    66. Kids Running - Journal Writing As A Bridge
    journal writing AS A BRIDGE Run to write A December Run in the School Yard byJaime Intro Applying Skills Running/Writing Days September October
    Run to write
    A December Run in the School Yard by Jaime
    Applying Skills: Running/Writing Days September October ... Links and Printables
    We work on structured reading, writing, and spelling from Monday through Thursday. If we are studying the short u, we read 'fun', 'run', 'sun', etc. We spell the words and use the words in sentences. We then read stories composed of these words and other words we have already learned. The sequence is predetermined, the structure is tightly controlled, and the skills are cumulative. The teaching method is the Gillingham Method and the philosophy is similar to the philosophy in Parenting a Struggling Reader by Susan L. Hall and Louisa C. Moats. With this skill work we build our base so that we can eventually generalize our skills to become readers and writers.
    Fridays are our Run to Write days. We run and then the kids write in their running journals. They know many reasons for our running: to keep our hearts strong, our bodies fit, our lungs healthy, to turn fat into muscle, AND they know something more, that in our classroom, we run to write. All of the kids are working on a goal of earning a RED RIBBON for completing 12 activities in our Run to Read and Write program. Each time they write in their journal, they get one of their 12 needed points.
    Below you will find a description of our running and writing through the school year, told as I believe the kids would tell. The accounts represent my experiences with my kids over the past two years.

    67. Pat's Journal Writing Tips
    Pat's journal writing Tips. Home Contact Us, Copyright © 2003 Pat'sjournal writing Tips All Rights Reserved. Suggested Site.
    Pat's Journal Writing Tips
    Contact Us A journal is a personal writing, much like a diary you may have written when you were young. It is a place to write down your thoughts, your feelings, or maybe just the events that happened in your daily life. The information that you put into your journal is totally up to you! Your journal may be in the form of notebook with several blank pages, a bound notebook, or it may be written on a personal computer and kept in electronic form. Again, the choice is up to you. You may want to keep your journal private and under lock and key. If you write it on a computer, you can use a word processing program that enables you to use a password in order to keep others from prying into your personal writings. In order to start a journal, after you have decided on what you will use to write it on, you need to just basically start writing. There are generally no set rules for starting or keeping a journal. You will probably want to write down the date before you start each entry so that you can easily keep track of when each entry was written. Some people have kept a journal of their life, along with their private hopes, dreams, and thoughts for many years since they were young. Some people make it a point to wrtie down at least a few sentences every day in order to keep a running, daily account of the happenings in their life. Then, they can go back and read their entries whenever they feel like it and recapture the times of their lives. They can read their own words and relive happy times, times of sorrow, or maybe just remember certain events that took place in their own lives. They can even read about world events that they had previously described in their own words in their journals!

    68. Issues: Perspectives (September 2000): The Role Of Journal Writing In Historical
    The Role of journal writing in Historical Thinking. By D. Antonio Cantu. Theformat with which I have had the most success is journal writing.
    The Newsmagazine of the American Historical Association From the Teaching column
    of the September 2000 Perspectives
    Column editor: Annette Atkins
    The Role of Journal Writing
    in Historical Thinking
    By D. Antonio Cantu "I think of writing as a way of seeing. It's a way of bringing out the specialness of ordinary things." N The format with which I have had the most success is journal writing. For me, journal writing seems an ideal instructional tool for taking students to higher order cognitive learning levels and for achieving many of the affective learning goals I have identified as requisite to deeper understanding. I have also found journal writing to be a very effective means for integrating all of the elements of historical thinking into my curriculum. When I speak of historical thinking, I am referring to the definition outlined in the National Standards for History , which includes the following components: Chronological Thinking Historical Comprehension Historical Analysis and Interpretation Historical Research Capabilities Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making I never want to sacrifice content for process, and journal writing does not require that of those who choose to utilize it in the classroom. Another benefit of journal writing for me has been the tremendous flexibility inherent in its design. Journal writing activities can be assigned on a daily, weekly and/or semester basis and can be worked out in various formats: notebooks, index cards, typed documents, 3.5" computer disks, protected/secure web pages, and e-mail messages.

    69. Journal Writing
    For a list of story starters or endings that can be used in thejournal or other writing, please click the link above. Writing.htm
    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 the president of the USA, 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/singer/rock group 23. The most important invention of all times 24. Ten things that make me happy 25. Ten things that make me cry

    70. Journal Writing Exercise
    journal writing Exercise Current Exercise My Body .
    Journal Writing Exercise
    Current Exercise
    "My Body" I n t r o d u c t i o n C u r r e n t E x e r c i s e A r c h i v e s My Body
    Many of you suggested body themed topics. Consider these questions: How do you feel when you look at your naked body in the mirror? How do you feel in a bathing suit in public? What do you love about your body? What would you like to change about your body? How have your feelings towards your body changed over the years? Your Turn
    Your name (optional)
    And your email address(optional)
    Do you have an idea for a writing exercise? Please share it!
    I n t r o d u c t i o n
    C u r r e n t E x e r c i s e A r c h i v e s
    A r c h i v e s
    June 8, 1998 - June 21, 1998: How Do I Picture Myself
    May 23, 1998 - June 7, 1998: My Siblings and Me

    November 4, 1997 - May 23, 1998: My First Period
    October 21 - November 3 : Re-live One Moment ... Women's Journals Designed and maintained by Monika Slay

    71. Journal Writing
    journal writing allows students to express their feelings about a variety oftopics. Excerpted from Writing Workshop Survival Kit. journal writing.
    Explore Our Sites... Family Education Network Home Shop at PearsonAtSchool SchoolCash PARENTS FamilyEducation MySchoolOnline TEACHERS TeacherVision Quiz Lab MyGradeBook MySchoolOnline REFERENCE Infoplease Fact Monster KIDS FEkids FunBrain Fact Monster TEENS FEteens Teacher Home Lesson Planning
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    Writing journals contain an author's ideas, questions, visions, dreams, and anything in between. Journals are usually written in the first person and may explore a variety of topics. Sometimes the topics may be personal; sometimes they may be general. Journals permit students to experiment with new writing forms , help establish the habit of writing , and enable students to witness their growth as writers . Journals also become repositories of ideas for writing. As the teacher, you must decide on the rules regarding journals . Will they be private? Will you look at them? Will they be shared? And if they will, with whom? Once set, these rules should never be violated. If they are, trust will be undermined, and some students may become reluctant to write. You may wish to hand out the Writing Journal Guidelines for Students and discuss its points in a mini-lesson.

    72. | Spark
    A daily diary and journal writing prompt. A question or thought of the day to beat writer's block and keep the juices flowing. Includes a searchable archive.
    RandomImageLinkLong(" "," ","width=120 height=60 border=0 alt='[ Support Diarist.Net ]'"); Quick Menu Diarist.Net Diarist Net.Active Diarist.Net Clix Diarist.Net Guide Diarist.Net Links Diarist.Net Mail Diarist.Net News Diarist.Net Notify Diarist.Net Ringlink The Diary List The Diary Registry The Diary Survey The Diarist Awards MAIN If you use Diarist.Net Spark, we'd love a link back! Powered by WebHints Sacred Place If you could designate one patch of land as an internationally recognized spiritual or historical site, which would it be and why? Would you commemorate a person or event significant to the world but not yet so honored, or instead something from your life, or from your family history?

    73. Journal Writing (Lesson Plan)
    journal writing. INTRODUCTION. In addition, ask students to devise a class journalwritingrubric – that is, establish the criteria for good journal writing.
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    Journal Writing
    INTRODUCTION Using the published diaries of Anne Frank, Zlata Filipovic, or the British and American students in our Teacher Exchange series ( Beth Mimi Kimberly , and Martin , introduce students to journal writing, a form of autobiographical writing in which the writer records personal thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
    Students will:
    • write personal journal entries to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. edit a personal journal entry to sharpen their grammar and spelling skills. share their entry with peer editors and edit the work of others to build collaboration skills.

    74. Choral Journal Writing Fellows Program
    You can reach me by surface mail at Nina Gilbert Choral journal writing FellowsProgram Williams Center 235 Lafayette College Easton, Pennsylvania 180421768
    This page is out of date, but I am keeping it here while I transplant my Web site from the University of California-Irvine to Lafayette College . Please visit my new home page ! Some of the other links on this page have stopped working.
    American Choral Directors Association
    Choral Journal
    Writing Fellows Program
    Established 1998
    Nina Gilbert , director
    I. What is the Writing Fellows Program, and what is its purpose? II. What projects have appeared? III. What sorts of projects are underway, and who is working on them? IV. How does one become a Writing Fellow? V. What are some guidelines for writers?
    I. What is the Writing Fellows Program, and what is its purpose? The Writing Fellows Program is an initiative to increase the quality and quantity of articles in the Choral Journal Fellows develop projects starting from an idea, a work-in-progress, or a previously completed project that is ready to be recast as an article. Fellows receive coaching and guidance, starting at whatever step they join the program designing a topic, pursuing research, composing the article, or honing the final style and structure for publication. We expect every Writing Fellows project to appear eventually in the Choral Journal , specially identified as the work of a Writing Fellow.

    75. Asian Journal Writing
    During both years of the GIAC experience, students are asked to do regular journalwriting as a way of reflecting on their encounters with Asian people and


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    Journal Entries: Student Writing from the Asian Experience During both years of the GIAC experience, students are asked to do regular journal writing as a way of reflecting on their encounters with Asian people and culture. This writing, besides having personal meaning, can help to share the importance of the GIAC experience to others. We have had a dream of receiving daily journal writing and photos while the Vermont students are travelling in China and Inner Mongolia. Our high-tech vision is that someday soon a laptop computer equipped with cell modem, cell phone and wireless access to the Internet will enable our student travellers to send regular writing and attached digital photos to families, friends, and the newspapers in Vermontduring their journey. For now, this is still a dream. As Internet technology becomes more advanced and available throughout China, we hope to realize this idea. For some inspired writing by recent GIAC student travellers, please visit these links:

    76. Connecting History And Literature: Journal Writing
    Connecting History and Literature journal writing. Professional DevelopmentResources for Educators by Midge Frazel. journal writing Resources.
    Connecting History and Literature: Journal Writing
    Professional Development Resources for Educators by Midge Frazel
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    Journal Writing: What is it? Education World Article Journal Writing Every Day Teachers Say It Really Works! Journal Writing with Virginia Hamilton Journal Writing Tips for Students ERIC Digest: Effective Use of Student Journals ERIC Digest: Studying History Through Journal Keeping ERIC Lesson Plan: Lemon Writing High School: Journals in the Classroom Journal Writing: A Model for Mathematics Teacher Education Mathematics Journals ERIC Digest: Journal Writing and Adult Learning Journal Writing and Long Term Retention The Hatchet by Gary Paulsen: Journal Topics Journal Writing Prompts The Role of Journal Writing in Historical Thinking Journal Topics Journal Writing Ideas and Prompts ... Finding Yourself Through Autobiography
    by Patrick A. Velardi

    77. Hamilton College - Writing Center - Journal Writing
    WRITING CENTER journal writing, (315) 8594363 disciplines.* * *. Faculty comments on the value of journal writing.
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    Essentials of Writing (Style Sheet) JOURNAL WRITING: BUNGEE JUMPING FOR THE BRAIN By Molly Soule, '97 and Andresse St.Rose, '97 " An intellectual journal is neither a diary nor a finished written paper." Steve Orvis, Professor of Government Professors assign journals as a tool for students to become actively engaged with the course material. Students, however, often are resistant to keeping journals because they feel unsure about either the content or the purpose of the journal. Knowing some of the basic goals common to all journals should help you approach a journal writing assignment. Common Goals of a Journal:
    • to encourage regular writing
    • to make connections between class material, lectures, and personal observations
    • to raise questions and issues that can fuel classroom discussions
    • to generate ideas for future paper topics
    • to provide a forum for inquiry, analysis, and evaluation of ideas

    78. Journal Writing - Why And How?
    Writing a journal is an investment of your time. Unless you find that youget more out of it than you put into it you will quickly stop doing it.
    Search this site: Advanced Search Home What it does Basically, there are two advantages of keeping a journal:
  • The process of writing something down forces you to think it through until you understand it.
  • Storing pieces of knowledge or experience saves you from reinventing the wheel.
  • However, these are potential benefits and they will not come to you automatically. Writing a journal is an investment of your time. Unless you find that you get more out of it than you put into it you will quickly stop doing it. But like with most investments it is not always easy to know if you made the wrong investment or if you should be doing it differently.
    Rule number one
    You have to stay with it for a while before you make a decision. An empty journal has no value . Depending on how much you write, you should give yourself at least several weeks before you can expect to be able to see the benefits.
    Rule number two
    Make it easy for yourself to enter text. Maybe the most neglected issue in this context is that you have to

    79. Creative Notebook, Writing, Journals, Journal Writing, Diaries, Memoirs, Persona
    Offers quotes, writing prompts, keeping a writer's notebook, journaling techniques and methods, and Category Arts Online Writing Journals Resources...... children. A journal can be a place to confide your fears, doubts,vent your anger, and share your joys without fear of judgement.
    The Creative Notebook "Close the door. Write with no one looking over your shoulder. Don't try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It's the one and only thing you have to offer." Barbara Kingsolver Home Articles JournalWriting Group Links ... Are you a writer in Indiana? Journals can be kept for many reasons. You can use it to record your life, self explorations, a basis for memoirs, as a writer's notebook of ideas and story starts, a daily planner, a memory book for your children. A journal can be a place to confide your fears, doubts, vent your anger, and share your joys without fear of judgement. Come here, whatever your reason for starting that notebook to find inspiration, ideas, and friendship. Open your notebook. Sit down and write with us. Today's Featured Site: Echoing Whispers Home Articles JournalWriting Group ... Submission Guidelines Bookstore Subscribe to our newsletter Are you a writer in Indiana? Email the Webmaster document.write('');

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