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Big Fish – Day Two Find a partner and switch homework papers! But first, a few amazing examples!
Time stopped as the tall, lean handsome man, was taken by the beauty of a tantalizing, shapely woman with full, cherry lips and porcelain blue eyes.
The massive group of exultant trumpets screaming, bouncing drums and audacious trombones create the perfect atmosphere for chaos.
As the letter crinkles and opened, his pounding heart stops beating and her silent breath stops, he is called to war.
When Edward found out Sandra was engaged to be married his mouth began to pucker with a foul taste of embarrassment and shame.
A fist collides into his face with the force of a wild buffalo; causing him to crumble to the bed of cozy daffodils, only to be wrenched up again to suffer through yet another monstrous blow.
Edward clasps the sanded clothespin, and pushes aside the downy sheet to greet his wife, running his hand through her soft hair, and saying hello with a gentle, warm, and altogether perfect kiss.
Have two colors of highlighters – You can share at your table! Highlight spectacular descriptive words with one color – label somewhere on the page what the color means. Highlight weak descriptive words with another color – label somewhere on the page what the color means. Check for copula! Cross any out if you see them! (is, am, was, were, have, has, had, be, being, been) One overall strength to the writing & One area of improvement
One more chance... Choose one of your sentences to work with. You can edit and change this original sentence however you see fit. Then you will weave in two more sentences. Within the two new sentences you will bring in another sense – your choice. Include one literary term. Also, add one lesson 1 vocab word. Somewhere on the back of your homework write your three new sentences. Make a squiggle line underneath your original sentence. Highlight your vocabulary word. Highlight in another color your literary term. And you can have just one copula – no more. If you don’t need any copula – that is even better! Turn this in to the in-tray once you finish!
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