The last activity will be for students to demonstrate their understanding of this concept, so they will do descriptive writing on their own.19.
Pass out the Adjective Brainstorming worksheet and the Descriptive Writing Template.
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.
Break students into five cooperative groups, hand out the bags or box, and have students begin the activity.
Next, have the students try to think of one sentence for each sense that uses some of the adjectives and best describes the object so that someone might be able to guess what it is17.
After a sentence for each sense has been written, have students combine the sentences to form a paragraph that is written on the board to serve as a visual of what descriptive writing should look like.
back to top All students can demonstrate mastery of descriptive writing.
However, it is not unusual to suggest that a student add more description to an initial reworking of a sentence.
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After having students brainstorm ideas of what descriptive writing may be, offer feedback to the students about what a possible definition could be.2.