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Grade 4 English Lesson

Welcome to today's English lesson, Grade 4! Today, we are going to learn how to write diary entries.

Why Do We Write Diaries?

Before we begin, let's talk about why people write diaries. Diaries are a way to express your thoughts and feelings. They help you remember important events, jot down ideas and reflect on your day.

What is a Diary?

A diary is a personal journal that you can use to document your thoughts, feelings, events, and ideas. You can write anything you want in your diary without worrying about the judgement of others.

Example of a Diary Entry

Here's an example of a diary entry:

Date: Monday, June 1st

Today's event: Today was the first day back at school after my summer holidays. I was so happy to see all of my friends again. We shared stories about how we spent our break and all the adventures we had.

Thoughts and feelings: I am a bit nervous about starting a new grade. Although I love school, I'm not sure if I am ready for the new challenges that lay ahead. However, I'm excited to see what the year has in store for me.

Your Turn!

Now that we know what a diary is and why we write in one, it's time for you to write your own diary entry! Take a few minutes to reflect on your day and write about an event that stands out to you. Remember to include your thoughts, feelings and any other details that you think are important.

I can't wait to read all about your experiences!