Imagery or Sensory Detail in Writing

Imagery or Sensory Detail in Writing
Imagery or Sensory Detail in Writing
Imagery or Sensory Detail in Writing
Imagery or Sensory Detail in Writing
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Students explore the difference between using simile, metaphor, and imagery in writing. Then use rich precise words to create sentences that demonstrate imagery (sensory detail).

Page two challenges students to write a description of an object that can be shared with a partner or the class--to try and guess the correct answer.
KEY for samples: goldfish, lava lamp, popcorn.

I've often used this worksheet/activity before or during a poetry unit.
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2 pages
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