What is a response journal?
Reading response journals are a place where students respond to literature by recording their thoughts, feelings, reactions, and questions about the book they are reading. The content of student response journals can help you assess and develop their reading abilities and behaviors.
How do you write a journal entry for reading?
Always date each entry, and note the book’s title and author on your first line. Write down the page or chapter number at the beginning of your entry. Use a separate part of your book for your journal. Do not retell the story – the teacher has read the novel/play before and does not need to be told the story.
What is a Behavioural response?
1 manner of behaving or conducting oneself. 2 ♦ on one’s best behaviour behaving with careful good manners. 3 (Psychol) a the aggregate of all the responses made by an organism in any situation. b a specific response of a certain organism to a specific stimulus or group of stimuli.
What are some behavioral responses to stress?
Behavioral symptoms of stress include:
- Changes in appetite — either not eating or eating too much.
- Procrastinating and avoiding responsibilities.
- Increased use of alcohol, drugs, or cigarettes.
- Exhibiting more nervous behaviors, such as nail biting, fidgeting, and pacing.
What is a physiological response?
Physiological responses are the body’s automatic reactions to a stimulus. When placed in a stressful situation, you might begin to sweat and your heart rate may increase, both types of physiological responses.
What is Behavioural symptoms of stress?
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|On your body||On your mood||On your behavior|
|Headache||Anxiety||Overeating or undereating|
|Muscle tension or pain||Restlessness||Angry outbursts|
|Chest pain||Lack of motivation or focus||Drug or alcohol misuse|
|Fatigue||Feeling overwhelmed||Tobacco use|
What are 4 strategies to avoid or limit stress?
Expand your stress management toolkit by mastering these four strategies for coping with stress: avoid, alter, accept and adapt. When we feel the effects of stress weighing us down, it’s like lugging a backpack that’s becoming heavier by the minute.