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  1. Writing Down the Days: 365 Creative Journaling Ideas for Young People (Revised and Updated) by Lorraine M. Dahlstrom, 2000-08-25
  2. Healing A Broken Heart: A Guided Journal Through the Four Seasons of Relationship Recovery by Sarah La Saulle, Sharon Kagan, 2003-02-25
  3. Dialogue Journal Writing With Nonnative English Speakers: An Instructional Packet for Teachers and Workshop Leaders by Joy Kreeft Peyton, 1992-06
  4. Writing and Being: Embracing Your Life Through Creative Journaling by G. Lynn Nelson, 2004-08-30
  5. Celebrating Wild Women Journal by Autumn Stephens, 2001-09-09
  6. Praxis : Journal of Writing and Building, Issue 2, "Mexico City: Projects from the Megacity." by Amanda Reeser, 2001-05-01
  7. Praxis:Journal of Writing and Building, Issue 5: Architecture After Capitalism by Ashley Schafer (editor), Amanda Reeser (editor), 2003-07-01
  8. One to One: Self-Understanding Through Journal Writing by Christina Baldwin, 1991-05-25
  9. Me Writing Journal Count Your Blessings
  10. Praxis: Journal of Writing + Building, Issue 3: Housing Tactics
  11. September Daily Journal Writing Prompts Grades K-2 by MARIA ELVIRA GALLARDO, 2005-03-03
  12. Earth Woman Adult Writing Journal by Suzanne Schmidt, None, 2001-12-01
  13. Daisy Blank Writing Journal Notebook by Kmit, 2000-12-01
  14. Journeys And Journals: Five Centuries of Travel Writing by Farid Abdelouahab, 2006-09-30

81. What Works: Journal Writing
journal writing. 5. Encourage your child to make the journal writing a part of his or her daily routine.,2551,1-13262-3290-7,00.htm
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Appropriate grades or age groups:
Elementary School
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Skill set addressed:
Personal (Intrapersonal)
Estimated time to complete project or implement technique:
At least 15 minutes. Materials needed (if applicable): journal book pencil Project instructions or description of technique: Journal writing is a very special way for your child to record his or her thoughts, ideas, experiences and dreams. Encourage your child to find time write each day. It's a great way to encourage alone, reflective time.

82. ATA-Resources-AT In K-12-Success Stories - Elem: Journal Writing
Success Stories Elem journal writing. By Kirsten Haugen. At age nine, Toby still struggled with basic writing skills. He loathed journal writing.
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By Kirsten Haugen At age nine, Toby still struggled with basic writing skills. He loathed journal writing. Facing a blank page or screen, Toby exclaimed, before he even started, "I can't write that much!" Toby also struggled with time concepts, such as "two days ago," "in three days" or "a week from today." Fortunately, with a program called Kid Desk already on his class computer, we had a solution in the works. Each morning when Toby took his turn at the computer, he quickly clicked his picture to open his desktop. From there, he could open his personal calendar. With the current day highlighted, we could find "yesterday," "today" or "last week." We'd talk about events and feelings, and review the day's schedule. Toby could then quickly compose an entry in the "cozy" calendar square. One or two sentences would fill it, and he felt successful as a writer for the first time in his life. He loved searching for “the best” stamps to illustrate each day!

83. Journal Writing Guide: A Trail Through Leaves
A Trail Through Leaves journal writing Guide. At seventeen, when I started my first journal, I was working with the raw material

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At seventeen, when I started my first journal, I was working with the raw material of a self, at the same time that I was trying to come to know my home landscape, the woods and fields of Ohio. A clumsy drawing of a newly discovered flower might be surrounded by an impassioned manifesto about the kind of person I hoped to become. Over the years and volumes, I've come to love the literal tabula rasa of each new page spread, and how it can be filled in an infinity of ways. And I've learned to respect the power of the journal to make the most ordinary moment shine with unexpected significance.
In this book, using examples from my own journals and from the many workshops I've taught on the subject, I've tried to show the possibilities and rewards inherent in this modest but powerful tool.

84. Dreams In A Backwater: A Personal Journal Of Poetry And Prose
An amalgamation of fiction, journal writing, and poetry reflecting on the life experiences of a gay man living in a small town.
DREAMS IN A BACKWATER A Personal Journal of Poetry and Prose
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Introduction Part Two:
My Name Is Simon Part Three:
An Analysis of Self
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II Part One, II I Part One, III Part Two, I II Part Two, II ... Part Three, III
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The Animals Are Not Animals Anymore
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85. The Internet Writing Journal(R) -- The Online Magazine For Writers And Book Love
The Internet writing journal(R) The Online Monthly Magazine for Writers and Book Lovers Featuring Author Interviews, writing Articles and Book Reviews. copying of the content of The Internet
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... Home The Online Magazine for Writers and Book Lovers Since 1997 Current Issue - March-April 2004 This issue of the IWJ features interviews with bestselling romance novelist Stephanie Laurens, author of The Perfect Lover (William Morrow) and The Ideal Bride (William Morrow), and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and novelist William Dietrich, author of Ice Reich (Warner Books) and Hadrian's Wall Click here for the March-April Issue! Publish Your Book Your Way Fast! Have your book(s) in print and available worldwide in 6 weeks or less. You keep all rights. Unlimited photos, tables etc. Trafford Publishing prints on demand ! No inventory required. Royalties are 60% of gross margin. Get 60% off retail when you buy your own book. Click here for full details! Current Issue - January-February 2004 This issue of the IWJ features interviews with bestselling fantasy novelist Victoria Strauss, author of

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87. Veech Business Journal Pages
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88. Index
The writing Space was founded in Toronto in 1990 as a small press and writers' organization. Workshops are available from The School of the writing Space. Publications include fiction, poetry, nonfiction, interviews and a twice-yearly literary journal
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89. TheWordsmith's Workspace
writing links and a personal journal.
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This page is totally CANADIAN, eh! Quote of the Month: "We must have a weak spot or two in a character before we can love it much. ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Previous Quotes: "The beautiful part of writing is that you don't have to get it right the first time, unlike, say, a brain surgeon. ~ Robert Cromier "Writing is the hardest way of earning a living, with the possible exception of wrestling alligators. ~ Olin Miller "I am not a writer. I am a wordsmith. I beat my words into submission."

90. Assessing Writing
An international journal providing a forum for ideas, research and practice on the assessment of written language.
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Assessing Writing is a refereed international journal providing a forum for ideas, research and practice on the assessment of written language. Assessing Writing publishes articles, book reviews, conference reports, and academic exchanges concerning writing assessments of all kinds, including traditional ('direct' and standardised forms of) testing of writing, alternative performance assessments (such as portfolios), workplace sampling and classroom assessment. The journal focuses on all stages of the writing assessment process, including needs evaluation, assessment creation, implementation, and validation, and test development; it aims to value all perspectives on writing assessment as process, product and politics (test takers and raters; test developers and agencies; educational administrations; and political motivations). The journal is interested in review essays of key issues in the theory and practice of writing assessment.

91. Kairos A Journal For Teachers Of Writing In Webbed Environment
Kairos a journal for teachers of writing in webbed environment issn 15212300

92. MANOA Home
Literary journal published by the University of Hawaii Press; announces current and forthcoming issues and lists contributors.

93. Writer's Quill
An electronic journal of poetry and prose, with writing forums for critique, tips, literary updates, and book reviews.
"dedicated to the Art and Artists of the written word" The Writer's Quill will be on hiatus through the remainder of the year.   Submissions are closed until January, 2001.   In the meantime, this issue will remain posted.
Volume 2, Issue 3 February, 2000
Special Features The Bulletin Board Recent Book Releases and Literary News; John Updike judging a Shakespearian contest The Sapphire Quill: Reviews "Justice: Just Us Just Me," by Mary B. Morrison, reviewed by Carol Tilley-Williams
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Jade Quill Featured Staff Selections The Stage Door Featured Poet: Dorianne Laux
Ruby Quill Poetry Selections, Vol.2, Issue 3 Onyx Quill Writing Selections, Vol. 2 , Issue 3 Diamond Quill Literary competitions, readings and updates The Writer's Quill Critique Center post for critique or reply to posts Crystal Quill awards, webrings and affilliations Golden Quill Award apply for our Literary Excellence award Angel Quill Help a child, help yourself Writing Tips especially helpful to beginners Kids Quill literature, ages 6-12

94. Ariesrising: Online Journal
An online journal with archives from May 1998 to current entries. Read about the authors life, writing, friends and family.
Online Journal If you want to know who some of the people I mention in here are, check out my People page. If you have comments on my entries, click on the [comments?] link after each entry. Search through my journals powered by FreeFind
Site search June 1 I actually posted up a new Brookline University story, the first one since November. I can't believe I actually got it done lol. I can't believe how freaking cold it is here. It reminds me of October. Last week the heat came on twice during the night it got so cold. I finished my cat cross stitch and posted it up in the Artwork section of this site. I'm working on another little kit that was my grandma's. Speaking of which, we have to go back to the bloody dentist on Thursday morning....but I also have to go this time for a cleaning. I hate it so much....they have to put this freezing gel on my gums and teeth because they're so sensitive. I spent way too much of my younger years in a dentists chair, I hate going for cleanings. Heather's in Peru now I think. She better be buying me stuff.

95. Journal Of A Writing Man
The daily journal of an English writer and poet living deep in the British countryside.
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They said it was going to be even hotter today, and they were right. I said I'd not enjoy going to Spilsby today to pick up the forgotten bread and milk, and I was right, too, even though I did leave so early I arrived before some of the shops had opened. Actually, Spilsby wasn't so bad. I wandered down to the bottom of the town, thinking that I might reward myself for being out and about so early by the consumption of another chocolate ice-cream. By the time I got there common sense hit me, so I forwent the ice-cream, and the fish and chip shop doesn't open until lunch time so I got back home with a healthy balance between calorie intake and output. "We've done it again," I remarked after lunch when even the birds were resting in the shade.

96. CanTeach: English Language Arts: Writing Prompts/Journal Topics
writing Prompts/journal Topics. What is What is something you dislike about yourself? What is something you do well? What is your
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  • What is the worst thing parents can do to their children?
  • What is your favourite time of day?
  • What is your idea of a dull evening?
  • What is the best way to treat meddlesome people?
  • What is something you are optimistic about?
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  • What is your most indispensable possession and why?
  • What is the meaning of "He laughs best who laughs last"?
  • What is your favourite song and why?
  • What is the best birthday present you ever received?
  • What is the best birthday present you could receive?
  • What is something that makes you feel sad?
  • What is your favourite book and why?
  • What is something that really bugs you?
  • What is something that really makes you angry?
  • What is the best advice you ever received?
  • What is your favourite holiday? What makes this holiday special?
  • What is your favourite day of the week?

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98. Spine
An online journal of art, photography, music, writing and fashion all things mused.

99. Spurlock, Cindy - Catnip For The Masses
Includes original writing, pictures, personal journal updates and biography.

100. Article | Boy Scout Battle Pits Gay Activists Vs. Minority Kids
Heather Mac Donald, writing for the Wall Street journal, warns that poor, minority children will suffer if gayrights activists persuade corporations and others to withhold support from Boy Scouts.

ABOUT M.I. CCI CLP ... CONTACT Site Navigation Support M.I. Scholars' Articles M.I. Issues Subscribe to City Journal Board of Trustees Staff Directory Links M.I. Book Catalog Internship Opportunities Join email updates Boy Scout Battle Pits Gay Activists vs. Minority Kid
July 6, 2000 By Heather Mac Donald The Supreme Court ruled last week that the government can’t force openly gay scoutmasters on the Boy Scouts in violation of the Scouts’ moral code. But the battle is hardly over. Expect gayrights activists to intensify the pressure on corporations, United Ways and other voluntary organizations to withhold the tens of millions of dollars they annually contribute to scouting, and to sue public entities that sponsor the Scouts for discriminating against homosexuals. The victims of this campaign will be poor, minority children. That’s because charitable dollars donated to the Scouts go mostly to the inner city. Suburban Scout troops are selfsupporting; they raise their expenses through Christmas tree sales, bake sales and other means. Suburban parents can afford to buy their sons Scout uniforms, equipment and camp tuition. Innercity families have a harder time. When Fran Harty, a scoutmaster in the mostly white southern end of Staten Island, N.Y., takes his troop camping in Delaware, 10 fathers show up in cars. Scouts in Harlem take the bus. Corporate donations defray part of the costs of uniforms and camp fees, though in keeping with the Scout ethic of selfreliance and thrift, nothing is given away. “We ask them to earn their way to camp,” explains Jim Wilson, executive director of Atlanta’s Operation First Class, a program targeted at inner-city boys. Scouts have to show mastery of the Scout Oath and Law, or make progress towards Tenderfoot rank, before they are given handbooks or help with uniforms.

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