Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014
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Free Write #5
- Started 1:58; ending about 2:08
Focus for the Last Fifteen Days
Writing Lesson—Line Breaks!
Pair-share, then whole-class discussion
Line Break Form Link: https://drive.google.com/a/washington.k12.ia.us/?tab=wo&urp=http://schoology.washington.k12.ia.us/assignment/1&pli=1#folders/0B4pq4r-bWrm_NW80aGJmUGpGa2s
Writing Lesson: Show, Don’t Just Tell
Review--pass back page 32 from yesterday, so you can put that back in your binder.
1. Difference between “literal” and “figurative language” (p. 32)
2. Least Vivid to Most Vivid (p. 32 )
3. Diction Sandra Cisneros (p. 32)
4. Vocabulary Variety—reminder
Writing Lesson: Show, Don’t Just Tell—How to Create Imagery
1. Imagery (Emily Bronte)—(p. 33)
Writing Assignment: Sense Poem Pre-Write
1. Think of a place you love to be.
2. Fill out the Visualizing Worksheet listing twenty concrete details.)
NOTE: I want you to think about what you’ve learned about diction, about one word making a difference, about vivid and precise writing when you list your details.
3. Number them.
4. Use your Vocab Variety sheet for help with strong diction.
5. Make sure your name and topic are listed in the top right box, then turn this sheet into the drawer.