Lessons for Journals

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  • Demonstrating Comprehension Through Journal Writing - … role of a character to respond to questions in journal format Share journal responses orally to stimulate discussion, express opinions, and deepen … a personal journal. Write the five suggested journal response questions for Chapter 1 on the board or flip chart (see journal questions). 3 … to one of the journal questions presented and to record the question number in their journals or on their journal sheets. (By referencing …
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  • Bridging the Gap by Doing Philanthropy - … . Give each student a copy of Journal Entry Requirements (see Attachment Two). Begin the journal by having students free-write for five … copies, neatly written in the journal, are due next week. Have students write a half-page journal entry reflecting on their experience … Assessment Rubric (Attachment Six). Students will turn in the completed journal. See Journal Assessment Rubric (Attachment Seven). Students will turn in an …
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  • Deal With It! Contemporary Issues as Subjects for ... - … works. Proceed to individual student written responses and journal reflections. Student Written Response and Journal Activities: Individual Student Activity Options: Students select … Big Deal? Written Reflection. Assess the journal activity using the point rubric outlined in Attachment G, Journal Assessment. Instructional Procedures: Class Session … 10 Attachment G Journal Assessment NAME: ____ TOPIC OR THEME OF THIS VISUAL JOURNAL ACTIVITY: DATE: ____ A series of journal pages dedicated …
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  • Colonial Apprentice - … : Reading Journal / Fiction (Journal Set-up Sheet) Reading Journal Responses Sheet (Fiction) Story map Reading Journal Conference / Evaluation Rubric (Fiction) Nonfiction/Information Reading Journal (Journal Set-up Sheet) Nonfiction/Information Reading Journal Responses Nonfiction/Information Reading Journal Evaluation Rubric * Reading Journal
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  • Literary Interaction with the novel Lyddie - … strategy. After reading chapters12 & 13, students will complete dialectical journal entries Dialectical journal entries - See Day 4 Activities: Guided oral reading, whole … , & 16. After reading chapters14 - 16, students will complete dialectical journal entries Dialectical journal entries - See Day 4 Activities: Guided oral reading, whole … will complete dialectical journal entries Dialectical journal entries - See Day 4 Activities: Whole class instruction, group discussion, and dialectical journal writing. Strategies: Numbered …
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  • Attic Hunting - … experience is to create an awareness of the unique contributions journals and journal writing can provide in preserving past, present, and future … In what ways do journals serve as means of preserving the past? How do journals tell stories? How do journals effectively communicate the … about journals and their usage? Content Knowledge: Declarative Students will know that: journals tell stories. journals are kept by a diverse group. journals are …
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  • Peer Review Meets D.I.Y.: Publishing a Student Science Journal - … of a prominent paper in a science journal. You might show students the New England Journal of Medicine's timeline of significant … journal looks like, you might have students browse The National High School Journal of Science or The Journal of Young Investigators, a scientific journal … High School Journal of Science and The Journal of Young Investigators... There's actually another journal that's similar called JOURNYS (Journal of Youths …
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  • Journalizing Dayton's History and Life in the 1820s, 1910s, & 1930s - … journal. 15. The group will then put the journal together and bind it. The group will also design the cover for the journal … .hello.dayton.com Language Arts Students’ journals will be shared with classmates Student’s journals will be displayed in the book of … -12 Lesson Plan Template RUBRIC FOR JOURNALS 4 - Neatly written in black ink - Five journal entries from each person in the group … 5. Must be written in correct journal format (friendly letter format) ExampleApril 4, 1930 Dear Journal (or Diary), (Indent) Body (1 0r …
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  • If I Had Traveled with Lewis and Clark: A Lesson on Point of View and the Corps of Discovery - … three events will be the topics of their journal entries. (Individual work – 30 minutes) Journal entries should be 100 to 200 words … crayons for illustrations - Book: Off the Map: The Journals of Lewis and Clark - Journal entries and maps printed off the following websites … a piece of brown grocery bags to publish their journal entries. Published journal entries will be exhibited on a bulletin board in …
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  • Scientists Write! - … .org Background: Subject: Journal building and preparation for journaling during lab and field projects. Students will use a journal to record observations, make … students share their journal. 6) Students will remember the experience in greater depth by taking a journal home. 7a) Journaling can greatly enhance … miss out on the full benefit of journaling. Guiding Questions Having structure in a journal can help students focus and organize their …
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