2 Written Response #1Your kitten just ran in this haunted house. You must go inside to find him and take him home. Describe what it’s like going inside this house.
3 Literary TermsImagery - the use of words and phrases that appeal to the five senses. Writers use sensory details to help readers imagine how things look, feel, smell, sound, and taste.Loneliness seems golden yellow Like the hazy colors fall days bring I see the leaves of red I hear the birds announce themselves I smell burning leaves that signal the end I touch no one, for I stand alone I taste the salt of my tears
4 Your Turn to Practice Imagery Autum:Looks like…Smells like…Sounds like….Tastes like…Feels like…
5 Written Response #2 : Your Turn to Practice Imagery STOP PERIOD 4 Imagery is not only used in poetry, it is used in all types of writing. Go back to written response #1 from today. Rewrite your entry adding words to created tone and mood.Remember:Appeal to the 5 sensesLooks like…Smells like…Sounds like….Tastes like…Feels like…When you are finished,Highlight the words thatAdd imagery to your writing.
6 Practice With ImageryWriters use imagery to appeal to the senses. They do this by adding details about color, texture, scent, and so forth. The same idea can often be presented in different ways, to appeal to different senses. The sentence below gives a straightforward description of an event. As the snow fell, she walked down the street with a cup of hot chocolate. Rewrite the sentence 5 times, using words that appeal to each of the 5 senses: hearing, smell, touch, taste, and sight.
7 WNB TuesdayDescribe how you feel right now using your sense of smell. If you are happy right now, describe what your happiness smells like. Use vivid words and lots of adjectives.
8 Literary TermsFigurative language – expressions that are not literally true.SimileMetaphorPersonification
9 Literary Terms Simile – comparing two things using the "like" or "as” FlintAn emerald is as green as grass, A ruby red as blood; A sapphire shines as blue as heaven; A flint lies in the mud.A diamond is a brilliant stone, To catch the world's desire; An opal holds a fiery spark; But a flint holds a fire.Christina Rossetti
10 "Life is a journey, travel it well." (United Airlines) Literary TermsMetaphor - a comparison between two things that are unalike but have some quality in common. "Life is a journey, travel it well." (United Airlines)
11 Brainstorming: Complete the phrase: 1. Friendship is like a These are examples of _______________Now remove “like”3. Friendship isWhat have you created ___________________
12 Literary Terms Write your own example of personification Personification- a figure of speech where animals, ideas or objects are given human characteristics.The Cat & The FiddleHey diddle, Diddle, The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon; The little dog laughed To see such sport, And the dish ran away with the spoon.By Mother GooseWrite your own example of personification
13 Literary Terms Finding examples of figurative language in poetry SimileMetaphorPersonificationFill in the table with examples of figurative languageList three examples of imagery
14 Your Assignment – write three poems 1.) Free verse with imageryFree Verse is poetry where lines can rhyme or be unrhymed. For example:Loneliness seems golden yellow Like the hazy colors fall days bring I see the leaves of red I hear the birds announce themselves I smell burning leaves that signal the end I touch no one, for I stand alone I taste the salt of my tears
15 Your Assignment – write three poems 2.) Emotion PoemWords that could be used are: love, hatred, injustice, anger, sadness, joy, happiness, insecurity, peace, jealousy, pride, anxiety, hope fear, loneliness, or any other emotion you may think of. For example:Love is _____________ Love smells like_______________________ Love tastes like________________________ Love sounds like_______________________ Love feels like_________________________ Love looks like________________________ Love is _________________
16 Your Assignment – write three poems 3.) Metaphor PoemWrite using a comparison between two unlike things that continues throughout the poem. For Example:Achievement is a bedWarm and comfortingAfter a hard day’s workAchievement is a magnetSticking with youAchievement is a blanketIt covers youSurrounds youAnd makes you feel safe