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Journals Writing In The Pressure Cooker Journaling is a great way to develop writing skills Like everything else practice makes perfect Needed attention to such areas of writing as creative writing critiquing opinion writing or just writing about a personal experience helps us become better at using our language to the best of its ability We hone our vocabulary and grammar and create an outlet for the constant flow of ideas we encounter Yes writing is perfect for all of this but it is not something that can be forced Mandatory written assignments make writing a grueling task High school students fret enough about test scores independent study units essays assignments not to mention their own personal issues from jobs to relationships to their futures Point being high school pressures in addition to lifes obstacles all pile up fairly high for students The last thing they want is to add another item to the to do list I love writing In fact I keep two online blogs that I update on a regular basis as well as a hard copy journal When it strikes me I write about anything that happens to be on my mind Writing is an outlet for me when I need to get something off my chest I feel it is a way to express myself even if nobody ever reads the words I choose I do not feel that writing is something that can be forced when it is to be purely creative or have any personal flair to it At least in my case if I am told to write something the words never flow as they would if I were to sit down by choice and write what was on my mind When filling out my option sheet I was tempted to choose writers craft as one of my courses because the thought of keeping a journal and having fun with writing in general makes
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