Types of Imagery
What is Imagery?
Helps the reader put themselves in the story by appealing to one or more of the five senses.
Imagery is extremely important because it stimulates the reader's imagination which is essential in any writing.
It appeals to one's sense of sight and is an attempt to put a certain imagine in to the reader's mid.
The skies seemed to part as the sun began to shine down on the green park.
It's important to be able to help the reader imagine what they are hearing in the story.
The sound of Jack bouncing his basketball was quickly muffled as the train roared by.
He awoke to the strong smell of freshly brewed coffee.
When Paul was pushed under the water his mouth was filled with salt water.
Normally in the form of hard or soft, hot or cold, etc.
When the dog licked me it's rough tongue felt like sandpaper.
The ride suddenly came to a screeching halt and I had a bad feeling in my stomach.
Matt became exhausted during his workout, his mouth was dry and he was gasping for air.
- Each table has a different type of Imagery.
- Come up with a sentence using your type of imagery.