A Journey of Self Discovery
Introduce class members to journaling with a colorful packet that suggests various purposes, formats, and topics for this very personal form of expression.
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- Introduce journaling at the beginning of the school year by projecting all eight pages of the packet
- Thereafter, provide daily journal prompts and weekly journal checks
- Provide a list of cautions and limitations for blogs
- The packet includes ideas for journal topics and formats
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