Date: 2017-04-21 18:53
6. Could writing a children's book really affect a child for the rest of their life?
7. Just a spoonful of what makes the medicine go down?
8. In your imagination, what will the world be like in 55 years?
9. How do you think eating junk food affects you?
5. Describe a time when you felt vengeful.
6. Explain why we say, "Dead as a door nail".
7. Do you think there is too much fighting on TV. Why or why not?
8. Do you think it is necessary to have alcohol at a party in order to have a good time?
9. Is there something that you memorized long ago and still remember?
65. Which way does the toilet paper roll go? Over or under?
-When I'm on top of the world.
- What is your favorite day of the week and why?
- Describe your perfect house.
- 65 types of food or dishes I've never eaten that I'd like to try
- How do you feel about the holidays?
- What did you do before we had the internet?
- What is the nicest thing you've done for someone?
- What would happen if children ruled the world?
- What would you do if you were the teacher and everyone forgot their homework?
- What would happen if you found gold in your backyard?
- How would your life be if you had a pet dinosaur?
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This Video Writing Prompt briefly introduces students to the wonders of neuroscience. After viewing the video, have students complete the following exercises, designed to challenge both the left and right brain.
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Questions to Ask
In the prewriting phase of the writing process, students need to examine the essay prompt and ask themselves these questions:
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Poetry is a great way to express oneself! It creates a mood and evokes images of nature and beauty. Anyone can do it!
When you look at an elderly person's hands what do you see?
7. Which disease known to humankind do you hate the most? Explain why.
8. Explain why we say, "Dead as a door nail".
9. How did you meet your first boyfriend or girlfriend? 5. Describe your typical day, from wake to sleep.
6. Conversely, which superhero do you find to be the most overrated and why?
7. You have one hour to come up with the most interesting television show you can and describe/pitch it.
8. Where would you want to live if Earth was uninhabitable?
9. Describe the ocean to a person who is blind.
65. Complete this sentence: Love is… .
These reflective journal writing prompts will give your life clarity and focus. With them, setting priorities will be easier. With more effective decision making skills, your life will be more balanced and stress free.
Most of these reflective journal writing prompts begin with, "What?" "How?" “Why?” and “If?” Other prompts ask about your wishes and dreams. Finally you'll find general reflective journal writing prompts.