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.
How to get started
If you have any questions or would like to get to know me prior to beginning, please send me a message expressing your interest. We can set up a free counseling session and I will help you to get started.
Keeps you motivated
By writing a short amount, 150 words each day, you will keep your motivation to learn. This is a huge part of improving and I will motivate you each and every day!
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.
After scheduling your 1st journal entry lesson. I will send you 29 free coupons to use in 30 days from your first lesson. That's up to 4500 words that you will have completed in 1 month. Imagine your improvement!!
Hi!My name is Matthew and I am from Buffalo, NY. I have been teaching English to Japanese students since 2006, when I moved to Japan. I lived there until 2012 and really enjoyed my time there. I miss...
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