Journal Writing Leads to Connectivity

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  • Linda Pollock

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https://doi.org/10.17161/ili.v1i1.6947

Abstract

When I was 12, I wanted a diary with a lock and key; the kind little sisters can’t get into. Later in my teen years, I used to write each day’s event in a small calendar. Throughout the years I have seen the value of journaling in my own life and more recently I have read articles about its benefits in a classroom. Therefore, when my students in Reading and Writing level 2 said they wanted to write more, I thought this might be a good idea. So, armed with small blue exam books and markers for their names, I explained to my class what we were going to do.

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2012-08-01

How to Cite

Pollock, L. (2012). Journal Writing Leads to Connectivity. Issues in Language Instruction, 1(1), 26–27. https://doi.org/10.17161/ili.v1i1.6947

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