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English Literature-SENSORY IMAGES

By: Kaitlyn Shanae Palaming and Anjanette Morales
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Anjanette Morales

on 25 January 2013

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Transcript of English Literature-SENSORY IMAGES

SENSORY IMAGES Objectives:
1.) To briefly Discuss about Sensory Images.
2.) Students will know and be able to identify the use of sensory images in a text or poem.
3.) To know its importance, functions and uses.
4.) To participate actively in the class. How Do Sensory Images Help You Comprehend? Why we need to use SENSORY IMAGES? SENSORY IMAGES MORE INFORMATION What is Sensory Images? -Sensory images are images created in your head from a very detailed description of something, often using more than one of the five senses (sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing). -Also the sensory images can be what you imagine in your head as you read the story. You image what is happening in the book or poem or story its the little TV inside you. -It has something to do with psychological activities. In Addition to this... -It is also called as IMAGERY. -These are the languages that appeals to a reader's five senses. -This Imagery is not used only for poetry, but also in prose -These are created with details that help a reader see, feel, smell, hear, or taste things without actually experiencing it. Did you know that... -A writer uses images to help a reader create a mental picture of a particularly person, event, place, or object. Example: "cuddly and smooth." -This appeals to your sense of touch, creating a mental picture that the pillow is very soft to feel. -Sensory Imagery, in a literary text, occurs when an author uses an object that is not really there, in order to create a comparison between one that is, usually evoking a more meaningful visual experience for the reader. -It creates a collection of images -The elements in a literary work used to evoke mental images, not only of the visual sense, but also of sensation (touch, taste, smell, hear and sight) and emotion. -Sensory images make reading active instead of passive. -Sensory images help make something you read concrete in your mind and help to cement it to your memory. -Sensory images help make your reading three-dimensional – you can see, hear, feel, smell, and even touch what the text describes -So that the readers will be aware in imagery when reading a book or an article. -Sensory images are not only for books, but for also in a song, a movie, or even a grocery list. These should begin a motion picture in your mind. -To make the reading fun!
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