HOW TO WRITE A DIARY PAGE

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The diary page also appears among the middle school topics assigned to homework in the classroom or the Third Media Exams, which at first glance would seem like a walk, but in reality requires the application of some basic rules and a commitment not just.

A diary page contains all our thoughts, feelings and emotions about an ordinary day, a particular day or an important event. It is a way of opening up to oneself and confiding everything to one’s alter ego, which is precisely the diary. So how can we make this intimate moment a beautiful middle school theme that makes us take a high mark? Here are some useful tips for writing a perfect diary for the theme!

HOW TO WRITE A DIARY: STRAIGHT


To write a good diary page during class assignments or Third Media Exams you need to follow some steps and pay attention to some details, but at the same time you must also be original and use a correct language.

  1. Read the track well
    First of all, a thorough reading of the track must be given, otherwise we risk going off topic! For example, suppose you need to do this:

“Write a diary page about a day at the beach, describing the place, the people, the activities performed and express your feelings”.

The track asks us to talk about a specific day spent at the sea, and to describe the people we have been to, the beach, what we have done beautifully and whether we have enjoyed ourselves or not.

  1. Make an outline
    Better not start writing right away, but let’s first make a small outline about what we want to write, leaving out the diary structure for now, which we will fix later:

description of the beach we have been to
with whom we spent the day at the beach (description)
what we did (games, swimming, what we ate etc …)
Has something happened in particular?
considerations on the day: was it fun or boring?

  1. Journal page: the date
    The diary page requires a fixed layout, and first you need to specify the date and time you write.
  2. Dear Diary …
    The second important rule is to always start with the same incipit, “Dear Diary”, just as if it were a letter to a close friend, or to yourself, to confide everything you want.
  3. Introduce the topic of the diary page
    Immediately after writing “Dear Diary”, let’s get to the head and briefly introduce the topic we need to talk about. In the case of our theme, we can write something like this:

“I really spent a beautiful day at the beach with my friends. We did a lot of things and there were plenty of laughs as always ”.

  1. Telling the events in chronological order
    At this point we begin the actual theme, telling everything in chronological order. So, in the case of our day at the beach, let’s start from the start, continue with the arrival and talk about everything else in the order in which it happened.
  2. Personal considerations
    Once we finish the story of a whole day, we express our thoughts about what happened, our friends, we try to describe the feelings we have experienced. This is also an important part because here the purpose of the diary is contained, that is to say the exposition of the most intimate thoughts about lived experiences.
  3. Closing the diary page
    The last step to follow is closure: just like in a letter, we greet our diary with affection, giving it an appointment the next day:

“My dear diary, now I’m going to sleep, I’m really tired. See you tomorrow!”

DIARY PAGE: EYE IN LEXICO


We do not use a cold and detached language, we are not writing a history search! The language must be confidential, direct, without too complicated words, as if we were confiding something to a friend of ours. We also try to be original, to write a few funny jokes and to be a bit ironic, maybe telling some nice story. Then, once we finish writing, let’s look at the topic, correct any errors and rewrite everything in good copy, ready to deliver!

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