Using Picture Books To Think About Visual Imagery

Unit 9: Personal Narrative/Memoirs: Writing And Conferencing
Lesson 5 of 13

Objective: SWBAT analyze description in a picture book to represent imagery.

Big Idea: Why thinking about the picture in the reader's mind is important.

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English / Language Arts, description (Creative Writing), Writing, picture books, Narrative Writing, personal narratives, memoir, conferencing
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