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Journal Entry Heading and Format

Your First and Last Name                                                          Lesson date(s)

Journal Entry on (Lesson # and name)

Choice chosen.  Answer

Example:  1.  http://www.abc.com and http://www.xyz.net

Journal Entry Questions

Pick at least 6 of the 10 questions per Journal Entry.

1.

  1. 2.List at least 2 websites that contain interesting and/or informative information on today’s topic.
  2. 2.List at least 3 things that you’ve learned during today’s lesson.  (That you DID NOT know before today's lesson!)
  3. List at least 1 thing that you still have questions about, regarding today's lesson.
  4. 4.List at least 3 things that you liked about today’s lesson.  (Be as specific as possible.)
  5. 5.List at least 1 thing that you did not like about today’s lesson.  (Be as specific as possible.)
  6. 6.List at least 1 thing that you found interesting about today’s lesson.  (Be as specific as possible.)
  7. 7.List at least 1 way in which today’s lesson is important to you (how does it affect you?).
  8. List at least 2 things that you will change in your everyday life based on what you have learned in this lesson.
  9. Tell your story of a personal account that YOU have experienced regarding today's lesson.
  10. 8.Write down anything else that you think of that is relative to today’s lesson.

Movie/Documentary

Journal Entry Heading and Format

Your First and Last Name                                                          Lesson date(s)

Journal Entry on (Video Name)

1.  question:  What, why, how many, etc?

Answer:  your answer

 

Video survey questions:

Using the scale from 0 to 10, where 0 being "not at all," 1 being "barely" or "not really,"10 being "extremely."

  1. How educational was this movie/documentary.
  2. How entertaining was this movie/documentary.
  3. If you were going to teacher this class next year, how likely would you be to show this movie/documentary.