Sensory Language - Imagery

Sensory Language - Imagery
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Students need to understand that writing is more pleasing to the reader when the author uses the five senses to write.

Instead of stating "Thankgiving dinner was not good," a good writer would use his or her five senses and include words that made the reader able to taste, smell, and see the food as though they were at the dinner with the author! "The Thanksgiving dressing was rather bland and dry causing my taste buds to recoil. The turkey had a bitter taste and the it smelled a bit putrid as though it was rotten."

This PowerPoint presentation has three writing prompts that allow you an easy grade!
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13 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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