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Writing in a Learning Log

The writing you do in a learning log is quick and ungraded, so there is no pressure to get it perfect. For the best results, write freely for at least 3-5 minutes for each entry and write regularly in your log.

Writing a Learning-Log Entry

Create a learning-log entry.

Write a journal entry about a recent classroom lesson. Along with writing, feel free to draw pictures, maps, and graphic organizers—anything to help you engage with your learning. If you are having trouble getting started, try answering one of the questions from the prewriting lesson.

Name:

 

Date:

 

Entry:

 

 

 

 

Teaching Tip

Provide students with regular class time to write in their learning logs, no matter what subject you are teaching. The act of writing is proven to deepen learning.

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