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Comm Arts-Day 5 (no computers) . Bell Ringer: Choose a location, object, or person well known and use at least two of your senses to describe it. Don’t tell anyone what you are describing! (Four minutes)

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Comm arts day 5 no computers

Comm Arts-Day 5 (no computers)

  • Bell Ringer: Choose a location, object, or person well known and use at least two of your senses to describe it. Don’t tell anyone what you are describing! (Four minutes)

  • Example: Her dark, black, silky hair is tied back as she her squeaky, yet deep voice carries across the basketball court. As she hollers the blue and white, shiny jerseys fly by. Her eyes grow wide with joy, her arms are bumpy from anticipation as she sees the final score. 22-34. Go Hershey.

  • Who is it?


Lesson goal and essential question

Lesson Goal and Essential Question

  • Lesson Goal: Use literary techniques to convey meaning.

  • Essential Question: How do I convey my ideas clearly?


Imagery words 2 minutes

Imagery Words (2 minutes)


As we read

As we read…

  • The first time we read Katie’s poem, identify what senses she is using and what words she uses to describe that sense. (2 minutes)

  • The second time we read answer this question: What is the main idea of her poem? What are two lines that support this main idea best? (3 minutes)

  • What imagery does: Just like in the bell ringer, draw what you see as you read this third and final time. (3 minutes)


Stanzas and line breaks 3 minutes

Stanzas and line breaks (3 minutes)

  • Now to exercise your brain a little more—take the description you wrote for your bell ringer and using stanzas and line breaks turn that description into a three stanza poem, with two lines in each stanza.

  • Example:

  • Her dark, black, silky

  • hair is tied back as she her squeaky,

  • yet deep voice carries across the basketball court.

  • As she hollers

  • the blue and white,

  • shiny jerseys fly by.

  • Her eyes grow wide with joy,

  • her arms are bumpy from anticipation

  • as she sees the final score. 22-34. Go Hershey.


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket

  • What is the purpose of imagery? (2 minutes)


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