This lesson teaches the three fundamental components for producing great characterization in descriptive writing:
Students are given three examples to properly utilize the above components. The first example is read, and gives the answers to each. The final two allow the students to practice the trade. An answer key is included. Great description flows in each of the short paragraphs enticing proper creative writing!
Students then write a final descriptive paragraph of 4-5 lines utilizing what they learned above.
This step-by-step guide is fantastic and leaves little to wonder about the tools of the trade! Great writing begins with a great creative writing teacher to sharpen those tools!
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