Do not tell the students who has written the journal entries, only specify that one author is a woman, and one is a man. As before, do not tell students the author of the diary. Give the class enough reading for about minutes, and ask them to write a brief reaction about a page to what they have read.
You may want to list some of these reasons, which might include: People from many different cultures have written in journals for many different reasons, including personal reflection, record keeping, scientific observation, cultural analysis, and travel documentation.
Instruct them to place one name in each quadrant. Encourage students to write as much as they can and not to worry about making mistakes.
Ask the class to take out a sheet of paper and create a four quadrant grid by drawing a vertical line down the middle and a horizontal line across the center of the page.
Begin by writing the question of the day on the board before students come into the classroom: Give the students about minutes to read and analyze these journal excerpts, using the following questions as a guide: Closure On a sheet of paper, have the students answer the following prompt: Homework Instruct students to bring a new spiral bound notebook or composition book to class to begin keeping a class journal.
Activity Day 1 1. Continue to look at journals kept by people of various cultures, exploring the reasons why they kept these journals and how they are useful reading to us today.
Allow the class about 5 minutes to ponder and answer the question. Allow the class sufficient time, about 15 minutes to complete this exercise, and instruct the class that their analysis will be collected at the end of the period.
Have students do this independently and write down their answers for individual assessment. Write the following writing prompt on the board: This notebook will be only for this class and will stay in the room.
At the close of this lesson, reveal the author of the text if students have not already discovered this, and give a brief historical background of this diary.Younger children enjoy practicing handwriting and doodling out ideas in a whimsically-designed diary or writing journal.
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