Students can be journaling as they read either as an in class activity or for homework. Author Chris Crutcher dedicates this book "for all those who finally stand up for themselves. What has to happen to get them there? But super loser Dale Thornton is the person she tells what really happened when she was burned.
When we are young, friends are playmates and partners in adventure—and as we get older, our friends can become like family. Friendship combines laughter, sacrifice, commitment and love to create a powerful bond between the people who care for one another.
With days full of togetherness and sharing, friendship shines brightest during the summer months. With these 54 new journal prompts, kids can think about the best qualities of their friends and the meaning of their relationships. Before Friendship Day arrives and the school year starts again, encourage kids to think about one of the most beautiful gifts in their lives—the gift of supportive, caring and fun friends.
Brainstorm several ways to treat your best friend on Friendship Day. What would make him or her feel loved? What qualities do you look for in your friends? Write about a quality your best friend has that you admire.
What is the nicest thing a friend has ever done for you? How did it make you feel? What are the responsibilities of friendship?
When is it challenging to be a good friend? How do you handle those situations? How can you be a better friend to your classmates? Write about some of your favorite memories with your best friend.
Would you rather have many casual friends or a few close friends? What was your first impression of your best friend? What is friendship really about? What is your favorite thing to share with your friends? What would you do if you saw someone being mean to your best friend?
Have you ever fought with a friend? How did you solve the problem? Who have you been friends with for the longest time? Write about the history of your friendship. How important are your friends to your happiness? How will you celebrate Friendship Day this year?
Write a story about you and your best friend going on an adventure. What would you suggest to someone who has trouble making new friends? How did it happen? Have you ever lost a friend? How did you feel? How can you show appreciation for your friends on a daily basis?
Who is your best friend? Why do you get along so well with him or her?An easy gift to make for a friend is a memory journal, which is inexpensive to make but something your friend will cherish. Great for long-time pals. Have your students do some journal entries on friendship.
Either have them free write on friendship in general or have them answer questions. Some possible questions and topics: 1.) What does friendship mean to you? 2.) Write about a friendship, past or present, that was important to you.
Why was it . With three different levels included, this journal about friendship is perfect for ALL of your special education students, including non-writers, emerging writers, and writers!
Teaching our students to be a good friend and be kind to one another is often something that 4/5(65).
This challenge isn’t uniquely that of the would-be chronicler of friendship—think how hard it is for a spouse to write about marital strife or boredom—but it is, still, a challenge.
Maya opened up her journal, and started to write. It was the new year of 6th grade, and let's just say, she was nervous as ever.
6th Grade Year September 4th, First Day of School Good news people, we are all still friends! Nothing changed between us which makes me super happy. Well, it'd be easiest to write from experience.
Base it on a nice friendship you already have. Create some background for the friendship-- memories of past confidential conversations, misadventures, intimate .