ERIC Number: ED284296
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Reference Count: N/A
The Journal Book.
Fulwiler, Toby, Ed.
Essays on the use of journal writing in the classroom are presented in four sections: the language of speculation, journals in the teaching of English, the arts and humanities, and the quantitative disciplines. Titles and authors are as follows: (1) "Dialectical Notebooks and the Audit of Meaning" (A. E. Berthoff); (2) "Desert Island Discourse: The Benefits of Ignoring Audience" (P. Elbow and J. Clarke); (3) "Not in Utopia: Reflections on Journal-Writing" (G. Summerfield); (4) "Writing to Learn" (P. D'Arcy); (5) "The Power of Responding in Dialogue Journals" (J. Staton); (6) "Logs for Learning: Writing in One English School" (P. Medway); (7) "'Of Myself, for Myself'" (P. Stillman); (8) "A Brief History of Journal Keeping" (S. Lowenstein); (9) "The Role of Journals in the Interpretive Community" (P. Belanoff); (10) "Losing Control and Liking It: Journals in Victorian Literature" (L. Gatlin); (11) "The Journal Conference: From Dialectic to Dialogue" (G. Lindberg); (12) "Exploring the Inner Landscape: The Journal in the Writing Class" (M. J. Dickerson); (13) "Golden Notebooks, Blue Notebooks: Re-Readings" (J. F. Summerfield); (14) "Reinvigorating a Tradition: The Personal Development Journal" (C. Burnham); (15) "Building a Dining Room Table: Dialogue Journals about Reading" (N. Atwell); (16) "I Hear Voices: The Text, The Journal, and Me" (P. Tashlik); (17) "Respecting Opinions: Learning Logs in Middle School English" (V. Davala); (18) "I Have a Loose Tooth and Other Unphotographable Events: Tales from a First Grade Journal" (R. Nathan); (19) "Writing and Learning, Grade Three" (T. Fulwiler) and "Still Writing and Learning, Grade Ten" (M. Fulwiler); (20) "Fifth Grade Journals: Results and Surprises" (P. McGonegal); (21) "Choice Produces Results" (B. Reif and J. S. Davis); (22) "Journals in the Teaching of History" (H. Steffens); (23) "It's Not Just the Writing" (B. M. Mulholland); (24) "The Honest Voice of Inquiry: Teaching Folklore through Writing" (R. Sweterlitsch); (25) "A Journal in the Arts" (C. Thaiss); (26) "Documenting the Aesthetic Experience: The Music Journal" (C. M. Larson and M. Merrion); (27) "Music Journals" (J. Ambrose); (28) "Student Journals and the Goals of Philosophy" (O. T. Kent); (29) "The Philosophical Journal: Three Case Studies" (S. M. North); (30) "Journal Writing as Person Making" (F. Halberg); (31) "What's a Horny? or, Writing and Counseling in the Middle School" (L. Fulwiler); (32) "The Team Journal" (J. Graybeal); (33) "Letting Them Write When They Can't Even Talk? Writing as Discovery in the Foreign Language Classroom" (K. W. Sandler); (34) "How Writing Helps Physics Students Become Better Problem Solvers" (J. Grumbacher); (35) "Writing in College Physics" (V. Jensen); (36) "Focused Learning in Chemistry Research: Suzanne's Journal" (G. Meese); (37) "Mathematics Journals: Fourth Grade" (B. Schubert); (38) "The Mathematics Workbook" (S. BeMiller); (39) "Academic Journals and the Sociological Imagination" (H. Allen and L. Fauth); (40) "Journals and Political Science" (D. Brodsky and E. Meagher); (41) "Journals in Economic Geography" (B. H. Baltensperger); and (42) "There's a Place for a Log in the Office" (K. M. Hickman). (HTH)
Descriptors: Art Education, Content Area Writing, Elementary Secondary Education, English Instruction, Higher Education, Humanities Instruction, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Self Expression, Teacher Student Relationship, Teaching Methods, Writing Exercises, Writing Instruction
Boynton/Cook Publishers, Inc., 70 Court St., Portsmouth, NH 03801 ($16.00).
Publication Type: Books; Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Dialogue Journals; Journal Writing; Student Journals