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Copy of Imagery

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Nicole Brichler

on 7 November 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Imagery

Imagery
The 5 Senses
Video: Willy Wonka
Imagery
in
Poetry
Glue the poem "Oranges" in to the left side of your interactive notebook.
Definition of Imagery
Using adjectives and the five senses to paint pictures in a
reader’s mind so he/she can vividly imagine the story


Also consider...
emotions
&
feelings
to help picture the story

Sight


Sound
Smell
Taste
Touch
Imagery in Writing
As you watch the video, write down notes of the imagery in this clip:
Sights:
Sounds:
Smells:
Tastes:
Touch:
Feelings:
Which words in the passage below help you visualize the story?
"The first kid I buried was an eighteen-year-old identical twin. Even the family had a hard time distinguishing these two brothers from each other. At the funeral, Vicente peered into the casket of his brother, Danny. They were both wearing identical clothes. It was as if someone had slapped a mirror down and Vicente was staring at his own reflection. Because this was my first funeral of this kind, the snapshot of a young man peering at his own mirror image has stayed with me all these years..."
"Tattoos on the Heart"
-Father Gregory Boyle

Reading Skill: Visualizing

Helps you understand what is going on in the text.

Good Readers...
1. Find the imagery
2. Create a picture in your
mind
3. Ask, "Why did the author
describe this?"
Read your assigned myth. Think about where imagery could be used to improve the story, and add it to the text.
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