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Copy of Diary Writing KS2

Used across 5 lessons to teach children about diary writing
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Transcript of Copy of Diary Writing KS2

Diary entries.
What are the features?
What is a diary?
A diary (or journal) is a book where an individual keeps a record of their events, feelings and experiences.
Can you think of any examples?
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Tom Gates
Spud
Anne Frank
Samuel Pepys
Adrian Mole
Winston Churchill

Even Mr Atkinson kept a diary!
Read the diary entry with your Kagan number on.

Make notes of the features in your corner.
Chronological Order -
Shows which day the diary entry is about. and when events happened.
First person -
Writer is writing about themselves.
Past tense -
Writer writes about what has happened.
Self-reflection -
Writer writes about their feelings, thoughts, hopes and fears.
Different punctuation marks -

Used to emphasise the writer’s words.
Paragraphs -

Used when a new time, place, person or topic is written about
.

Day by day
Days underlined
Events and feelings mixed
Illustrations/doodles to support points
How are
diaries
set out?
Event by event
Set out like a series of letters
Started with 'Dear' something
Ending with 'love' or 'from' the writer
Mixture of events and feelings
Feelings explained in depth
Diaries also need exciting TIME CONNECTIVES!

First
Second
On Monday
Then
Next
Before
Finally
Subsequently
At last
Once
Eventually
In the end
At last
Initially

TP - Come up with as many time connectives as you can you.
Create a diary entry for your time at Robinwood.
Sell me Robinwood!!!!

Imagine the person next to you has never been to Robinwood. You have 1 minute to explain to them everything you enjoyed about the trip, so that they are desperate to go after you have finished talking.
WALT
Recognise antonyms that are formed using prefixes.

WILF
Children who can use technical vocabulary correctly.

Children who can identify accurate and multiple antonyms.
TP's - What is a prefix?
What is a suffix?
Prefix

- Affix that comes before the word.

Suffix

- Affix that comes after the word.
Can you write the antonym
to these words?

Order
Legible
Patient
Advantage
Regular
Available
Forgivable
Happy
Polite
Satisfied



Tooty Fruites

Happy
Visible
Like
Important
Appear
Do
TP's - What is an antonym?
Antonyms - words that are opposite to another word. (ANTI means AGAINST)
TP's - Use prefixes to turn words into opposites.

Example - Interest -

Dis
interest

Judge

-

Mis
judge
Read the diary entry with your Kagan number on.

Make notes of the features in your corner.

Decide as a table non-negotiable features which appear in all your diaries.
Feedback....
WALT
Recognise what an antonym is and how to use prefixes to change words into antonyms.

WILF
Children can use technical vocabulary correctly.

Children can identify accurate and multiple antonyms.

23rd November 2014
LO: I know the features of a diary entry.
Read different diary entries and discuss the features of a diary entries.

Decide upon the best diary entries you have read.

Highlight the features in your book of diary entries.
24th November 2014
LO: I understand about informal and formal diary entries.
Understand the difference between informal and formal writing styles.

Highlight the difference between informal and formal diary entries.

Understand how diaries are set out.
LO: I can use time connectives to link my ideas.

LO: I can write in past and present tense.
26th November 2014
LO: I can plan a diary entry.
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