Show, Don't Tell Writing PowerPoint: The "Show, Don't Tell" writing strategy is designed to help students use descriptive words and sentences to improve the quality of their writing pieces.
This file contains both a 23-slide PowerPoint and a matching flipbook which students will be able to use as reference for the remainder of the school year. Furthermore, the flipbook is available in both printable and digital format. The digital version is compatible with Google Slides.
Also, you DO have my permission to convert this PowerPoint to a Google Slides format to share with your students.
The PowerPoint contains the following format:
Slides 1-4: Introduction to "Show, Don't Tell" & explaining what the phrase means.
Slides 5-10: Showing Sentence or Telling Sentence Two sentences are provided on each slide. Students must determine which sentence shows, and which sentence tells.
Slides 11-18: Focusing on Emotions when Showing Sentence charts are providing for six emotions (nervous, happy, scared, angry, sad, & tired). Students consider what happens with their hands, heart, face, feet, and other body parts when they feel a certain emotion. They fill in their chart with related showing sentences.
Slides 19-23: Revising Telling Sentences Not Related to Emotions Students revise four telling sentences to make them showing sentences.
Along with the PowerPoint, an 8-page FLIPBOOK is included in this file! As students progress through Slides 11-23, they can record the sentences that appear in the PowerPoint in their own flipbook. Then, this flipbook becomes a valuable reference tool for students to use when they are writing independently for the rest of the school year.
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