Imagery Introduction Lesson and Practice

Imagery Introduction Lesson and Practice
Imagery Introduction Lesson and Practice
Imagery Introduction Lesson and Practice
Imagery Introduction Lesson and Practice
Imagery Introduction Lesson and Practice
Imagery Introduction Lesson and Practice
Imagery Introduction Lesson and Practice
Imagery Introduction Lesson and Practice
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This lesson introduces students to the concept of imagery and provides them with an opportunity for some independent practice in writing their own imagery.

This lesson also introduces students to simile, metaphor, personification, and onomatopoeia.

What's included:
- Slides to teach the lesson (including written examples)
- Guided notes for students to complete (with blanks to keep them engaged and an independent practice for assessment)

The independent practice asks students to re-write five "boring" statements using imagery. Example statement: The pizza tasted good.

This lesson can be used to help students analyze literature or in a creative writing class.

Created for Ms Moore's English Classroom
Total Pages
11 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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