Each week you will have at least two journal entries. Entries should be at least one half page. Topics will range from responses to the novel we are reading to reflections on world events. Some entries will be personal responses about your own life. You need to have your journal in class every day. You are welcome to leave it in class if you are worried about forgetting it.
If you are absent, check this page to see what journal entries you need to catch up on!
Journal 1: What do you hope to accomplish by May 21st, 2020?
Journal 2: What is the most important physical object in your life?
Journal 3: What type of stories do you like to read and why?
Journal 4: If you could have three wishes, what would you wish for and why?
Journal 5: Do you believe in predicting the future? Have you ever had a bad feeling about something that came true?
Journal 6: Imagine you are locked away in a room with access to anything you want for one year. What do you do with your time?
Journal 7: Imagine you are the lawyer and win $2,000,000. What would you do with the money?
Journal 8: What is an act of kindness that you have received or you have given?
Journal 9: What is your favorite childhood story?
Journal 10: What is your biggest fear? Why? JOURNAL CHECK.
Journal 11: What is the most important right you have?
Journal 12: What did you do over fall break?
Journal 13: What makes someone a good leader?
Journal 14: Why do you think Napoleon changes the commandments?
Journal 15: Imagine you're 65 and retiring. What are you going to do with all of your free time?
Journal 16: What plays have you read or seen? What did you think of them?
Journal 17: What is a time you have disobeyed a parent?
Journal 18: What do you want? A physical, material object! What would you do to get it?
Journal 19: What would you do in Hermia's situation?
Journal 20: What did you like or dislike about A Midsummer Night's Dream? Why? JOURNAL CHECK
Journal 21: What did you do over winter break? 1 full page!
Journal 22: Reflect on your academic performance from last semester. What do you want to change?