Instructions to Use Sensory Words .

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How to Use Sensory Words. Poets use sensory words to help their readers see, hear, smell, touch and taste what the poem’s about. Sensory words are words that remind us of our five senses: -sight -sound -smell -touch -taste. What are examples of sensory words for sight? -shiny -gigantic
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The most effective method to Use Sensory Words

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Poets utilize tangible words to help their perusers see, listen, notice, touch and taste what the lyric\'s about.

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Sensory words will be words that help us to remember our five detects: - locate - sound - smell - touch - taste

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What are cases of tactile words for sight? - sparkly - immense - thin - strong

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What are cases of tactile words for sound? - slamming - ringing - shrieking - spouting

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What are cases of tangible words for smell? - fishy - colorful - smelly - spoiled

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What are cases of tactile words for touch? - cushy - uneven - smooth - satiny

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What are cases of tactile words for taste? - biting - delicious - hot - crunchy

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Let\'s take a gander at this ballad: In the morning while I eat my oats I can notice the fragrance of toast originating from our toaster.

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Think about how it may sound if tangible words were utilized as a part of better places: In the crisp morning while I eat my warm and pale cereal I can notice the sweet aroma of cinnamon raisin toast originating from our little , tin toaster.

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Showing versus Telling Instead of simply telling their perusers something, artists utilize tangible words to show them it!

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Today, we\'ll work on setting tangible words in a ballad. Perceive how it changes the lyric!

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Get your tangible words prepared… !

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