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Meghana shete

on 27 September 2015

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Articulate experiences and express what is thought, felt and imagined
Understand and use a range of appropriate vocabulary
Use language and register appropriate to audience and content

Learning Objectives
Hints :
A detailed description of the place, using imagery

A description of the people, sounds, movements

Learning Outcomes
Will be able to Understand and use a range of appropriate vocabulary
Articulate experiences and express what is thought, felt and imagined
Able to write a monologue.

Main skills-Descriptive writing, responding imaginatively
Write the opening paragraph

Time: 10 minutes

Group Assessment: Read the opening paragraph and give feedback to peers.

Each group will read the best description

DESCRIPTIVE Writing Rubrics

• Each stage is linked to the preceding one, and
sentences within paragraphs are soundly sequenced.

There are many well defined, well-developed ideas and images, describing complex atmospheres with a range of details.

• Overall structure is provided through devices such as the movements of the persona, the creation of a short time span, or the creation of atmosphere or tension.

• There is no confusion with writing a story.

• Repetition is avoided and the sequence of sentences makes the picture clear to the reader.
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