Content: Journaling is psychologically freeing. It helps clarify things. It reduces stress. It helps us vent. It helps us solve problems. It helps us focus. Journaling also helps us show our progress and growth. Journaling can be soothing, healing
We are learning journaling because it is helpful to understand how journaling can help the educational process. Through discussion and reading we will participated in the building of a Webb diagram. Students will date each journal entry.
Begin with a class participatory Webb diagram, around which all students and teacher share their ideas about what journaling is. Use reading examples, journals, scribing instruments.
Students will create a written brainstorming, in paragraph form, discussing what they have learned about the topic. 10 topics should be discussed.
Students will be given an oral quiz of 10 questions, regarding the topic. Students will respond verbally.
Student will complete a quiz with fill-in-the-blank questions. Word bank with locations will be provided, and a blank topic Webb diagram image will be given.
Teacher will consult with student to consider differentiated testing options based on student pre-assessment of learning style.
Use a checklist for grading, with all completed assignments noted and given points for.