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Description. Chapter 20, pg 387. Description. Uses Sensory images to create a picture with words Read the descriptive paragraph on pg 388 Answer the questions about the reading What do you see? What do you hear? What suggests touch (tin cups, wooden crates, sheepskin)? What can you smell?

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Chapter 20, pg 387


Description1

Description

  • Uses Sensory images to create a picture with words

  • Read the descriptive paragraph on pg 388

  • Answer the questions about the reading

    • What do you see?

    • What do you hear?

    • What suggests touch (tin cups, wooden crates, sheepskin)?

    • What can you smell?

    • What can you taste?

1 room, fireplace, cabinets, dishes

Woman’s voice, soft ceremonial song

Tin would be cool, wood crates would feel rough

Odor of mothballs

Candy, cookies, Fig Newtons, coffee


Using description medical professional

Using Description: Medical Professional

  • You’ve been asked to greet the patient and do intake notes

    • Observe the “patient” who enters the room

    • Make notes about the patient for your doctor

    • Describe verbal and non-verbal

    • You may ask questions (but not about height, weight, or age – those will be filled out on questionnaire)


What did you write

What did you write?

  • Verbal

    • Did you ask them what brought them to the Dr. ?

    • Did you ask them about concerns they had?

    • Did you ask what they did for a living?

    • Did you ask about family medical history?

  • Non-Verbal

    • Approachable attitude

    • Attire: were they clean? Did they seem like they needed hygiene

    • Facial expression: did they seem depressed?

    • Signs of distress


Description2

Description

  • Get a partner.

  • Sit back to back (without looking/cheating)

  • With your back to your partner, describe them

    • Height

    • Approx weight

    • Hair color

    • Eye color

    • What is s/he wearing?

  • Turn around and see you did.


Description guessing game

Description – Guessing Game

  • In groups, look at the painting you’re assigned. DON’T SHOW ANYONE (or its an automatic F on the assignment)

  • Activity: on a separate paper, describe what you

    • Hear

    • Touch

    • Smell

    • Taste

    • See

      When you are finished, we’ll try to guess which painting is yours. If the class successfully guesses before we get to “See” then you automatically get an A on this assignment.

Words to avoid: good, bad, nice, fine, okay, normal, typical, interesting, beautiful


Using description

Using description

  • In groups of 3

  • On the note cards, each of you write down a location (keep it secret from the others!)

  • 2 classmates ask sensory questions in this order of the 3rd, getting him/her to describe the place in question.

    • What do you hear?

    • What can you touch?

    • What can you smell?

    • What can you taste?

    • What do you see?

  • Write down on your card which # they got to before they were able to guess.


Description chapter 20 pg 387

Description - Chapter 20 (pg 387)

  • Uses sensory images to create a picture with words.

  • Activity: on a separate paper, describe what you

    • See

    • Hear

    • Touch

    • Smell

    • Taste

    • When was another time you had this?

      • What was it like? How does this time compare?

      • Where were you?

      • How old were you?

Words to avoid: good, bad, nice, fine, okay, normal, typical, interesting, beautiful


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