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Task 1 : Write the Journal Entry in your own words. It should be about 250 words You visit your old high school hoping to relive your childhood memories only to find that it was closed down years ago. However, you decide to explore the grounds anyway. Write a journal entry detailing our experience for the day. Begin your journal with ….. 22 October 2021 Writing Task 1 : For your Journal writing use the following points as a guide.Don’t miss out any of the points. You have to inculcate everything I have mentioned. Vocabulary Challenge Use the following words: Precarious: (adjective) Not securely held, dangerously or likely to fall or collapse Perturbed: (adjective) feeling anxiety or concern or disturbed Magic Ingredients Emotive Language Short sentences Rhetorical Questions Repetition Semi – colon Aim of your Journal Entry : Use appropriate voice throughout Use your own vocabulary choices Vary your sentence structures ( use complex, compound and simple sentences) Use consistent tense Use paragraphs Spell accurately Student Sample of a Journal Entry : 12th October 2021 Today was a really strange day. A really strange day. I just had to put pen to paper, so here goes! I promised myself that I’d revisit my old school. It sounds stupid, but I wanted to see if it brought back any memories, both good and bad. Unfortunately, things didn’t go exactly to plan. My school no longer existed. Well, the exterior, to some degree, still existed, but it had clearly shut down a long time ago. When I saw it in its current state, I felt an immediate sinking feeling. A feeling of regret. It is still playing on my mind as I write this. Why did I leave it so long? But, I didn’t want to turn back, so I decided to do something senseless...perhaps dangerous. I entered my old school. It was an eerie sight; debris carpeted the floor, and a few old light fixtures hung precariously from the ceiling. I momentarily convinced myself that I could hear gleeful children talking about the magical books they were reading. I convinced myself that where I was standing was still the place that had once brought me so much happiness. I convinced myself that my school was exactly the way I remembered it. But, everything had changed. There was no laughter, no joy, no magic. Nothing. It was a lonely sight, and I was left shrouded in misery. I felt perturbed by the changes; it was an assault to my senses. So, yes, today really was a strange day. I don’t know what to make of it all.