DIARY ENTRY / JOURNAL
-Date at the top
-Clear paragraphs with topic sentences
-Give a clear sense of the writer’s personality and explain their feelings and changing emotions
-Focus on key moments or incidents in their world
-Provide a sense of time and sequence (use time connectives: finally, afterwards, earlier, later that day…)
-Varied Sentence types
-You provide a vivid portrait of what has happened/is happening to them
-You use tenses fluently between past, present and future
JOURNAL: More focus on the external, objective and factual.
DIARY: More emotional, exploring thoughts and feelings of a character.
AN EXAMPLE OF A DIARY ENTRY:
These are the links to all presentations. Now, you can move on and start working on your individual projects. Please, follow the instructions in the plan.
This is our plan for work this week. Please check instructions and DEADLINES carefully. Today you have to finish all your group presentations. I have been checking them and many are not ready yet. Next, you can start working on the individual projects. Again, check instructions and deadlines. Thanks! Good luck!
This is our first plan of work for this week. Firstly, finish those pieces of writing you had started the other day. Please, check instructions on how to label them properly. ALL THESE DOCS (which you must type in Google Docs) MUST BE FINISHED TODAY. Make sure you have all shared your documents with me.