Sensory Writing with Inferring Emotion

Sensory Writing with Inferring Emotion
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Sensory stimuli that we receive affect how we feel emotionally. I group them as follows in this lesson and provide original examples that you can use with your students.
1. Sight
2. Smell/Taste
3. Touch
4. Hear
5. Emotion - Emotion is the ultimate goal, and it can be achieved better by using the physical senses (1-4) in your writing. It is usually more effective to NOT use an emotion word, and to let the reader infer it and feel it for themselves.
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