Presentation on theme: "Double-Entry Reflective Journals"— Presentation transcript:
1 Double-Entry Reflective Journals Thinking/ WritingPromptsQuoteThinking prompts:I wonder . . .This reminds me of . . .I predict . . .I am confused because . . .I think this meansDirect quote from text and page number
2 Double-Entry Reflective Journals Example from “The Two Sides” Thinking/ WritingPromptsQuote“When the war began, both sides had advantages and disadvantages. How they would use those strengths and weaknesses would determine the war’s outcome.” (pg 462)This reminds me of team sports. Almost always both teams have advantages and disadvantages. The winning team is usually the one with the best coach and the one that can take advantage of the other team’s weaknesses.
3 Double-Entry Reflective Journals “The Restless Decade” QuoteBefore ReadingAfter ReadingI thinkthismeans . . .People felt a strong sense of disillusionment (pg 2)The thing that makes us think of the decade as a separate era was its curious transitional character. (pg 3)
4 Double-Entry Reflective Journals “The Restless Decade” Before ReadingAfter ReadingThis reminds me of . . .“This is the forest primeval”Chicago Daily News, April 24, 1927