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Sensory Language - Imagery

Sensory Language - Imagery
Sensory Language - Imagery
Sensory Language - Imagery
Sensory Language - Imagery
Sensory Language - Imagery
Sensory Language - Imagery
Product Description
Students learn how to use their five senses to become better writers!

"Thanksgiving dinner was not good," can be re-written using sensory language to make the reader feel he or she is seeing, smelling, and tasting the same dinner. "The dressing was so dry that my throat became parched, but the water smelled a bit fishy and I could not bring myself to drink more of it."

Three writing prompts including images make for easy grades for you!
Total Pages
13 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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