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My diary – writing frames

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Children can research popular culture from a decade in the past 50 years and use the first frame to write a diary entry including experiences such as seeing a film, reading, eating out, discussing the news. They could then write a futuristic diary on the other frame, imagining popular culture of the future. The diaries could then be shared and discussed.

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