Lessons for Journals

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  • Getting to Know Our Elected Officials - … plan Citizenship, procedures #25 for instructions for journal writing.) Allow students to revisit the journal entry to check for focus and correct … the unit) procedures #23 for instructions for journal writing.) Use the social studies journal entry to formatively assess whether students' writing is … to use their Five-Paragraph Boogie to write their journal entry. Use the journal entry to formatively assess paragraph indention, focus, and …
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  • Dia de los Muertos - … -centered activities, especially in terms of the class discussions and journal entries that explore students' interests, reflections, observations, and insights, in … .) characteristic of this celebration; 3. TLW will write in their journals the feelings, reflections, observations, experiences, interests and questions that came … (observing the students working in pairs), and by reading their journal reflections (assessing whether students mentioned specific details on the comparison …
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  • Journaling - … student. A deep stapler appropriate for binding the journals. Art supplies for decoration. Journaling Background: As students move through the service-learning … stapler so that students may collect and construct their journals. Personalizing the Journal: Students gather for instructions. Take a moment to preview … unwritten pages when possible. Building Environmental Youth Leadership Journaling Page 25 This Journal Belongs To: Environmental Youth Leadership Team This project is …
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  • Journal Maps - … . Draw and interpret journal maps. 4. Discuss the use of journal maps on the Lewis and Clark expedition. Materials Journals from "Map Mastery … students how their journal descriptions of the community would be enhanced by journal maps. Talk about the differences between their journals and some … about geographic perception and geographic relevance, related now to journal entries and journal maps. Discuss as a class the benefits of having …
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  • Traveling Community Journal Project - … creating an email (or U.S. mail) "community journal." How far do their journals travel? Objectives Students will learn about other people and their communities and cultures. Keywords journal, culture, social studies … facts and features. When you have completed your journal entry, could you send the journal via [mail, e-mail] to a friend … will be trying to see how far our journals travel! If you receive this journal after ____ [insert date about a month …
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  • Field Trip Earth: Educator Resources: Journaling - … Earth Home > Educator Resources > Journaling Join Field Trip Earth About Field Trip Journaling Earth Interviews Context: Discussion Groups Journals are created to record … people write in journals? After creating this initial list of reasons to journal, students should read many examples of journals on the Field … diary/journal entires, they can add to the list of reasons researchers use journals. Students need the opportunity to write a field journal
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  • My Own Private Idaho; Using Social Studies to Explore Idaho - … where the idea for the journals was found. The instructions students will use to make their journals (handout entitled "How to Make … pencil One printer hooked up to the Journal computers they will be using One journal checklist (attachment) One pencil Glue stick One … journals of things they saw. Tell students that they are going to make journals to record their information. Show the students the journal
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  • Food, Food, And More Food From Plants! - … ? Write a story about it in your journal. Perform a post KWL in the journal and compile a class KWL. Stems: Perform … seeds germinating day. Make sketches and record observations in the journal. Calculate percentage of germination rate for each seed type on … in their journal so a completed class list is recorded in each journal. 2. Using the plants listed on their journal chart of … has changed over time. Assessment Activities: 1. KWL Charts. 2. Journal Assessment Rubric. 3. Rubric for Scientific Research. 4. Assessment Checklist …
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  • Learner Resource – Radio & Sound - … is made? Ask students to journal about the terms music and noise. After students make a journal entry compile a class KWL … look in a mirror later to observe. Journal Response. 4. Did your nose feel different? Journal Response. 5. Now, place your hand … explore like the above suggestions. Record observations in the journal. 13. Journal about feeling the sound you make when you speak. Ask … how broadcast waves travel. Assessment Activities 1. KWL Charts. 2. Journal Assessment Rubric. 3. Rubric for Scientific Research. 4. Assessment Checklist …
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  • The Importance of Scribbling and Doodling - … statements such as: My past experience with journaling has been positive / negative because... The journaling medium that works / I think would work … journaling format. Ideas can be found on the websites listed below. Computer Option Journal Jar Ideas: www.omnicron.com/~fluzby/sister-share/journal.htm Writing Prompts/Journal Topics: www.canteach.ca/elementary/prompts.html Journal Writing …
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