6 weeks project

By: Hayley valdez

Sensory Language

Hear- The car squeaked every time I a bump on the road.

Smell- The dog sniffs the air to help her get home again.

See- A tiny red ant climbed up the broken twig.

Taste- One bite of the sour lemon caused my lips to pucker.

Feel- The sharp edge of the paper cut my finger.

Brainstorming

is a group creativity technique by which efforts are made to find a conclusion for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas spontaneously contributed by its members.
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The 5 W's

Who did it- Karri.

What happened- Bit by the dog.

Where did it take place- Her friend Sarah's house.

When did it take place- 2 days ago.

Why did it happen- Because she was holding food.


Paragraph:

2 days ago, Karri went to her friend Sarah's house. Sarah's dog bit Karri because she had food in her hand that the dog wanted.

revising and editing techniques

Graphic Orginers

Graphic Origanizers

Helps sorting out ideas

Influence of setting and plot

The setting can influence a story in many ways. 1.). Setting can influence the plot and its resolution.

Point of view 1st & 3rd person

The second person point of view makes the reader a character in the story and directly addresses the reader as 'you'. In the third person point of view, the narrorator is someone outside the story, who frequently uses pronouns, like 'he,' 'she,' and 'they,' to describe the characters.

Types of narratives

  • Science Fiction
  • Mystery
  • Fantasy
  • Time Travel