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Students analyze a piece of writing by creating diary entries based on a character.  In this reading comprehension lesson plan, students read an assigned book with their classmates and create a sketch of what they believe the main character looks like.  Students expand on the character by writing fictitious diary entries using their characteristics.
In this online interactive reading comprehension learning exercise, students respond to 12 multiple choice questions about Anne Frank's The Diary of Anne FrankStudents may submit their answers to be scored.
Students read a section of Sidney Montz's D-Day diary, focusing on understanding new vocabulary and examining diaries as primary source documents. They answer questions and discuss the diary.
Students read the books Diary of a Fly, Diary of a Worm, and Diary of a Spider and write diary entries about them. In this reading lesson plan, students also draw pictures to go along with their diary entries.
Students read the book Diary Of A Spider and then create their own diary entries. In this writing lesson plan, students respond to the book and complete a prewriting activity.
In this online quiz worksheet, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about Diary of a Wimpy Kid-Rodrick Rules. Page has multiple links to ads, resources and references.
For this online quiz worksheet, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about the movie trailer, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid." Page has links to answers, ads and resources.
In this online quiz worksheet, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about Diary of a Wimpy Kid-The Last Straw. Page includes links to answers, ads and resources.
In this online quiz worksheet, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about Diary of a Wimpy Kid-Ugly Truth. Page includes links to answers, ads and resources.
In this literature worksheet, 3rd graders test their knowledge regarding the story entitled Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Students respond to 12 multiple choice questions on this interactive webpage.    
In this online quiz worksheet, students answer a set of questions about Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Page has links to answers, ads and resources.
In this online quiz worksheet, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about Diary of a Wimpy Kid 9. Page includes links to answers, ads and resources.
In this online quiz worksheet, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about Diary of a Wimpy Kid-The Ugly Truth. Page includes links to answers, ads and resources.
As part of the study of WWII and the Holocaust, class members read a series of diary entries written by children during the onslaught of Nazi occupation. Each entry is accompanied by biographical information and discussion questions. The tone of the entries becomes more and more terrifying as the persecution progresses.
Twelfth graders examine two pieces by Lu Xun to show his importance as a revolutionary of 20th Century Chinese society and literature. They explain the aspects of Lu Xun's life. They summarize "Diary of a Madman" for form and content. They formulate a theme statement for "Diary of a Madman".
Reflecting on what life was like during the Holocaust, 8th graders will read excerpts from the book, The Diary of Anne Frank, then complete five classroom activities that reflect on the readings. The classroom will be set-up to portray the "Secret Annex" in this simulation. Students will keep a diary, question, conclude, and participate in a variety of highly engaging interactive scenarios. Many varietions can be added to these scenarios as wel
Guide your class through an Anne Frank unit with this reading activity. Complete with a plot chart, character map, and literary response activities, this assignment is a great way to engage with the text of Diary of a Young Girl. A reading schedule provides the opportunity to assign outside reading. The lesson plan is not specific to the novel, and can be used with any book or story. Also, the activity would work in any class setting, not just homeschool.
Students write an organized, unique response to the book, The Journey. For this creative writing lesson, students read the book and discuss how the author showed the different places the character visited. Students are asked to write creative and organized diary entries that tell about a place they have visited.
Launch this lesson with Doreen Cronin's Diary of a Worm! Discuss the format and content of a diary, and ask learners if they've ever kept a diary before. Then, after an introductory discussion, have learners choose an insect or another animal that they don't know too much about (you could create a list to choose from). They then research their topic and create a diary from that animal or insect's point of view. 
Students read Diary of a Worm by Foreen Cronin. In this journal writing lesson, students research an animal and write a diary by their animal. Students apply the research they've completed in their writings. Students share their diaries. Students are evaluated on the content in their diaries.

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