Closure/Summary:In closing, the students will review what an adjective is as well as what they five senses are. Lesson Plan : Descriptive Writing. Lesson Plan : Descriptive Writing.

Divide into groups of 4, (ask them to do it themselves- they have 1 minute to do it) and then hand out a picture to each group. Now ask students to describe There are four types of (this will not be mentioned yet), Pre-assessment/Starter activity ( an audio used for auditory learners, allows for visual learners to imagine). 11 0 obj

etc.). Each team member should have the chance to use their sense on the object in the bag or box and contribute to an adjective list that the group comes up with to describe what they discovered through their sense.13. Roald Dahl's, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". paragraph. Students are asked to use both their creativity and their technical writing skills in order to write descriptive sentences, paragraphs, and even essays.

pencil boxes/lunch boxes/water bottles (whatever they have, it’s place or object appears. Play the sound of sea waves. (this will not be mentioned yet). What are the different parts of a paragraph? Once the students understand the importance of using the five senses in conjunction with adjectives, explain to them that they are going to now do an activity using their senses. They really help her to apply descriptive writing techniques in her own writing. Descriptive Writing. Extension IdeasExtension Ideas:: This activity could be extended upon to allow students to do descriptive writing over other items that don't necessarily appeal to all of the sense like chocolate does. TheMaster TeacherSeries Descriptive Writing Preface LESSON 1: Pretest and Portfolios LESSON 2: Introduction to Descriptive Writing LESSON 3: The Snow Person (Attribute Charts) LESSON 4: The Storm (Where Topic Sentences)LESSON 5: The Storm (Top to Bottom Paragraph Frames) LESSON 6: The Storm (Writing Concluding Sentences) LESSON 7: The Storm (Revising for Precise Language)

Students in each group will be encouraged to discuss words/phrases amongst themselves and choose the ones they as a group find most appropriate and write it down. They will recognize how a simple word change can create a different effect. Better Descriptive Words Lesson Plan. Repeat this activity with other students as well with other objects and write the descriptions on the board. There are four types of paragraphs that you need to know about: descriptive, narrative, expository, and persuasive.

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it takes into account the fact that different learners learn differently, thus incorporating Howard Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligences. Add to hair, round face, blue eyes, long nose, black dress). convincing. Size/shape/weight/material. Students to jot down words that convey what they visualize, hear, see or experience in their imagination-give them 3-4 minutes, 2. Question them and get them to analyze: Is the effect the same? Loved it. /S /URI >> Definition: Describes a noun (object or thing)5. [ 0 /XYZ 42.72 329.12 0 ] A whole lesson is available for practitioners who require learners to think creatively and imaginatively. paragraphs that you need to know about: descriptive, narrative, expository, and

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