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This is an individual lesson taken from a multisensory unit on story elements. As you will see, students are provided with the necessary information and additional activities to support development of imagery as a story element beyond the memorization of story elements.
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It is critical for students to engage in learning where they go beyond memorization of definitions and into a stage of application of the concept. Just think about how many of your students can tell you about story elements, but when it comes to sharing different elements in written work presented in class it is almost as if students have never been exposed to story elements. BUT you know you have completed lessons with your class on story elements!
Why is it important to understand at a deeper level the impact and importance story elements have when students are reading novels, either fiction and non-fiction? For more meaningful learning!
Unfortunately, students often skip through pages because they just see "words" and not the complex, but interesting strategies and techniques authors use to create a plot from beginning to end.
Also, students who understand imagery as a writer's tool, will view a page of "words" differently. Students begin to see the images through visual, auditory, thermal images. This is a great concept that students often miss or have not learned. So it needs to be taught in a multisensory manner for true learning.
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