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…make writing more interesting! How many powerful words have you used today?
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glared stared peered saw glanced examined observed viewed watched peeped peeked gazed gawped admired
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colossal massive monstrous towering gigantic enormous tall huge great vast extensive fat immense spacious
ANOTHER WAY TO SAY IT When using dialogue, it is rather boring, dull and redundant to constantly use the word ‘said’ or ‘stated’. As a writer, you should.
LANGUAGE ARTS SIXTH GRADE BIG I’m talking big! I’m talking huge! I’m talking enormous, immense, Tremendous! I’m talking hulking, towering, Titanic, mountainous!
Now do you believe me croaked the bird. Now do you believe me croaked the bird. “Now do you believe me?” croaked the bird.
NARRATION HOW TO EFFECTIVELY WRITE A STORY. STORY STARTERS (SYNTAX) Most important part of a story is the first few sentences. The beginning of a story.
Writing – Vocabulary and Word Choice. Vocab/Word choice = the variety and complexity of words used. Some words suit the content and purpose of writing.
Speech Marks. RULES FOR WRITING DIRECT SPEECH Two things are important when writing direct speech: a. The direct speech must be separated from the.
VCOP Openers. OPENERS – DESCRIPTION 1 Sentences and stories can sometimes begin with a descriptive phrase. For example, The lean, black cat crept quietly.
Direct Speech What is actually said Word for word Present tense Speech marks.
INTRODUCTION TO SOUND STUDIES Class Topic: Sound and Sound Studies.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011 Please follow the procedure for entering the classroom. Turn your notebook to your completed homework page and have it on your.
Says Who?. Be prepared to share your predictions with the class! What do these words mean? Talk with a partner! taunt attest wail.
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A Word a Day Grade 3 Week 1. DAY 1 impatient Say the Word impatient.
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Introduction mood what example how personality anger example sorrow example humour example Home Page rules.
Stomp As long as a giraffe Long body. DANGEROUS AGGRESSIVE EVIL DINOSAURS!
Harry and Elizabeth 1 The Old Woman Adventure Harry Chandler and Elizabeth.
A thesaurus lists words as entries, similar to the dictionary. Big adjective 1. ◊ colossal, enormous, gigantic, huge, immense, large My St. Bernard.
In a swamp beside a river, where the land was thick with veg, Lived a herd of duckbill dinosaurs who roamed the water’s edge.
The Makeup Stand By: Kate. When everyone saw that there was going to be a makeup stand across from the field they all sat on benches and stared.
HOW TO INCLUDE LANGUAGE DEVICES AND DIALOGUE IN YOUR CREATIVE WRITING Short stories.
Spice up your Writing Using Action Verbs Adapted from: Strausser, Jeffrey. Painless Writing. Hauppauge, NY: Barron's Educational Series, Print.
Unit 2 :Tales to tell. Objectives Name and understand saying verbs of different feelings. Express feelings when reading texts with saying verbs. Use saying.
GROUP 9 VOCABULARY BLOCKS 7 / 8. EACH IMAGE BELOW REPRESENTS SOMETHING MASSIVE AND COLOSSAL. WOAH! CHECK OUT THAT MASSIVE SOCCER BALL! That thing is colossal!
CIRCUMLOCUTION. a an some a lot of many several one a great number a large amount a large quantity tons of enough too many a (can, box, bottle, cup, glass)
Dialogue 2 “The Penguin and the Flamingo”. “Hope”-Emily Dickenson Narrator 4: Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the.
Voice “That’s what I’m talkin’ about” Why is it that whenever you call your friends, they always recognize you? It is because your voice is unique! Only.
Willows Power By Vincent DiMele. Chapter 1 One day Willow was hiding in a tree as he always does trying to find someone to scare with his powers to.
The dictionary definition. The additional meaning a word may carry.
SPEED READING JOHNNY - CAKE 80 words per minute. Once upon a time there was an old man and an old woman, and a little boy. One morning the old woman made.
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Direct Speech / Quo Indirect Speech Indirect Speech Saying exactly what someone has said is called direct speech (sometimes called quoted speech). Here.
Vocabulary for Short Stories. Brunette Bulky Chubby Circular Clean Cloudy Colorful Colossal Contoured Angular Bent Big Billowy.
PYRAMIDS S.F.A. Hidden – to hide something I concealed my money from my little brothers. Denisse concealed.
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The Girls By Abbie. The Stables One scorching summers day at four Oclock Abbie, Olivia, Katie and Kinza were packing up their grooming boxes ready to.
Unit 4. I play football. I like football. I don´t play football. I don´t like football. John plays football. He likes football. Marry doesn´t play football.
* Around what is said by you or someone else. (dialogue) * Around famous sayings * (“Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna.
Figurative Language Personification. What is personification? Personification is giving human characteristics to everyday ideas, objects, and animals.
VOCABULARY Poetry Collections 1 and 3 Grade 8. FLATTERER (N.) Defintion: One who praises insincerely to win approval Example Sentence: I do not take Liz’s.
Page 1 Out of the seemingly endless blue abyss, a pin prick of green slowly emerged. I desperately veered towards it hoping with all my heart it was the.
Creative Writing Group Project Students are to develop a creative story and use their knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint to enhance the process. Students.
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ACTION!. Creep, Crept – to move slowly and quietly without alerting anyone. E.g. David crept out of the room when he was sure that his brother was asleep.
Shades of Meaning Initially, this will be a teacher-directed lesson Print the word boxes Cut out each word box Discuss the sets of words with students.
I AM FREE CCLI License No THROUGH YOU THE BLIND WILL SEE THROUGH YOU THE MUTE WILL SING.
AARON 5we In the distance, bulging boulders ran like Usain Bolt as bare bones rattled with fear. Gigantic holes slept lazily on the horizon. Pebbles.
The Three Little Pigs. There once was a mother pig. This old mother pig had three little pigs. She loved every pig with her heart. Every pig was in her.
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