Keeping a Journal
I often recommend my students to keep a journal. Why? By keeping a daily journal, we are forced to practice English everyday. In the journal, you can talk about your experiences, thoughts, feelings and ideas. By putting these things into a journal, you will be forced to look up new words in the dictionary and put them to use, which will help you remember the new vocabulary. It's a win-win! As the days and the months of your calendar fly by, you will have something tangible to look back on and see your improvement.
What is in this lesson?
Write about your day and send your writing to me. I will check over your journal, provide any corrections and give you feedback on your entry.
300 points per entry
This lesson fee is for one journal entry with a maximum amount of words set at 150. I have kept the word amount short because I do not want you to feel like this should be a daunting task. Learning should be fun and easy to do! If you feel like exceeding that amount, it is fine, please just book the lesson twice.
Get Started Today
The best time to get started is now! Before you know it, your writing and your vocabulary will have improved. The best part is, you will begin thinking about your day in English, which will improve your overall fluency.
Please note that you have 30 days to book these lessons. That means that you will have roughly 1.5 months to submit all 4 entries.