Writing to SHOW emotion instead of TELLING.

Writing to SHOW emotion instead of TELLING.
Writing to SHOW emotion instead of TELLING.
Writing to SHOW emotion instead of TELLING.
Writing to SHOW emotion instead of TELLING.
Writing to SHOW emotion instead of TELLING.
Writing to SHOW emotion instead of TELLING.
Writing to SHOW emotion instead of TELLING.
Writing to SHOW emotion instead of TELLING.
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Are you tired of your students writing the same old words to describe how a character is feeling? "The monster was scary', "The boy was sad" ????

How about this instead - "As the monster finally revealed itself, I felt the hairs stand up on the back of my neck" or "The boy hung his head low as tears pooled in his eyes."

These a great set of posters to display for students to experiment with showing feelings and emotions in their writing when building characters.

Rather than simply telling the reader a character is scared or tired or happy etc Students can learn to use descriptions to enable the reader to infer how the character is feeling instead.
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15 pages
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Lifelong tool
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