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COLOURS

IMAGERY

ASSONANCE

abyss-black

The starless sky spoke of bad things to come.

alone

bat-black

The sunless sky covered the forest in gloom.

groan

cat-black

The joyless moon looked down on me like a sour eye.

grove

cave-black

The blood-red moon was comfortless.

lonely

cellar-black

The trees glared at us like silent sentries.

low

cobra-black

Their boughs reached up like the limbs of the damned.

moan

doom-black

Beards of moss dripped with centuries-old hate.

shadow

midnight-black

Steam rose from the floor like spooky incense.

sorrow

raven-black

In the shadows, spiders clutched their snare-strings.

soul weary

tar-black

Their cobwebs shimmered like steel nets.

woebegone



SMELLS

PUT IN BEAUTIFUL WOMAN DESCRIPTIONS

OTHERS

clammy




bittersweet

dank




cheerless

decaying




foul

mouldy




gloomy

musty




sooty

rotting




howl

sickly




lifeless

stale




murky

stuffy




old willows

sour




hooting owls

PHYSICAL SENSATIONS SPIRITUAL SENSATIONS SOUNDS

blood-curdling

My mind was flash-frozen to the spot.

cackling

bone-chilling

heart-sickening

creaking

knee-knocking

mind-numbing

hissing

marrow-freezing

nightmare-inspiring

rustling

rib-rattling

spirit-killing

screaking



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

INTERNET RESOURCES

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1) TI: Describing a zombie to:

descriptivewriting.wordpress.com
A light-hearted way to write a horror story. This is my blog site.

PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

HOMEWORK IF REQUIRED

1)



Date: __/__/__

Title: DESCRIBING FEMALES: 4th GRID

Lesson number: 130

Definition: Knowledge has no enemies but the ignorant.

Spelling revision

New words

Dictionary definitions, corrections, and synonyms.

ebony

willowy




ringlets

burnished




sable

oxbow




velour

megawatt




tresses

henna




nougat

rushlight




gloss

pendant






ruby-red

wine-red

rouge-red

henna-red

rose-red

windfall-red

rushlight-red

Titian-red

sunrise-gold

moongleam-gold

starflame-gold

flaxen-gold

sunset-gold

moonglint-gold

starbeam-gold

harpstring-gold

a shapely figure

a queenly figure

chalice shaped

wasp waisted

a willowy figure

a mermaid’s figure

goblet shaped

an oxbow waist

healthy

flawless

apricot complexion

burnished

perfect

peerless

bronzed complexion

peaches and cream

pendant-shaped nails

wasp-waisted

a pert nose

luminous teeth

an acorn cup chin

a megawatt smile

spellbinding eyes

stiletto-shaped nails



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

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1) The students should make out a grid listing the different qualities they can use to describe a female. Get them to use one word from this book for each and one they can think of themselves.



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OBSERVATIONS:

Date: __/__/__

Title: DESCRIBING A WITCH

Lesson number: 131

You should have completed your story about a beautiful woman turning into a witch. Now try it again using these words and phrases to help you. You should notice a small improvement in your story.



bloodless lips

moonlight-pale skin

spindly legs like a spider

hissing voice

wolfish eyes

buck-toothed

dead fish eyes

saw-toothed

slitted eyes

pockmarked skin

soulless stare

raspy voice

she looked beastly

wart on her nose

bat wings and frogs’ legs

casket-black robe

a thousand-yard stare

hair like boar bristles

eyes glinted with cruelty

gravelly voice

looked ghastly

straw-like hair

a heartless laugh

time-decayed skin

breath like a troll

gnarly hands

teeth like broken glass

fish hook eyebrows

faded skin

beetle-browed

cat-like eyes

lifeless hair

lice-infected hair

hawkish nose

hissing voice

cob-nosed

manners of a bin fly

teeth like broken tombstones

face like snakeskin leather

snaggle-toothed

hooked nose

bubbling cauldron

gimlet eyes

sickly breath

the morals of a mamba

wheezy voice

spider cold eyes

looked hideous

stale breath

raven’s nose

zombie-white skin

eyes gleaming with cunning

cackling voice

hair looked electrified



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

INTERNET RESOURCES

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MAIN LESSON

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1) TI: Describing a witch to:

descriptivewriting.wordpress.com
Read the story to the class.

This is my blog site.



PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

HOMEWORK IF REQUIRED

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OBSERVATIONS:

Date: __/__/__

Title: DESCRIBING FEMALES: 5th GRID

Lesson number: 132

Definition: Who keeps company with wolves will learn how to howl.

Spelling revision

New words

Dictionary definitions, corrections, and synonyms.

willowy

dainty




burnished

calcite




oxbow

crescent




megawatt

diva




henna

cherub




rushlight

finespun




pendant

Botox






she cried

she drawled

she mumbled

she shrieked

she croaked

she joked

she roared

she whispered

puffy lips

heart shaped lips

delicate ears

seashell ears

pouting lips

Botox boosted lips

elfin ears

a cherub’s ears

silky eyelashes

finespun eyelashes

slender eyebrows

arched eyebrows

sweeping eyelashes

velvety eyelashes

plucked eyebrows

crescent shaped

a pointy nose

a button nose

bleach-white teeth

unicorn-white teeth

a dainty nose

a diva’s nose

calcite-white teeth

wizard-white teeth

glossy skin

manicured nails

a nectarine voice

sugar-candy lips

an Amazonian figure

a terawatt smile

cosmopolitan clothes

trout pout lips



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

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1) Get the students to write a full essay entitled: ‘Strange encounters’. The grids will help. They must understand, however, that only one paragraph of an essay can be devoted to a character description. The focus must be on: plot, structure, narrative style and climax.

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OBSERVATIONS:

Date: __/__/__

Title: RECAP ON FEMALES MODULE

Lesson number: 133

1. Colour of blue eyes: duck-egg/robin’s-egg/heavenly/divine/galaxy/solar/chemical/plasma

2. Colour of green eyes: sea/lake/mint/forest/paradise/mist valley/beryl/jasper

3. Shape of eyes: doe/almond/saucer/Saturn/orb/opal/dew pond/millpond

4. Colour of black hair: raven/coral/velvet/gloss/sable/ebony/midnight/panther

5. Colour of brown hair: coconut/chestnut/biscuit/wafer/walnut/nougat/caramel/cinnamon

6. Hair movement: crashed/tumbled/swooped/plunged/toppled/cascaded/spiralled/plummeted

7. Colour of red hair: ruby/rose/wine/windfall/rouge/rushlight/henna/Titian

8. Gold hair: sunrise/sunset/moongleam/moonglint/starflame/starbeam/flaxen/harpstring

9. Figure: shapely/willowy/queenly/mermaid’s

10. Waist: chalice shaped/goblet shaped/wasp-waisted/oxbow waist

11. Complexion: healthy/perfect/flawless/peerless/apricot/bronzed/burnished/peaches and cream

12. Lips: puffy/pouting/heart shaped/Botox boosted

13. Ears: delicate/elfin/seashell/a cherub’s

14. Eyelashes: silky/sweeping/finespun/velvety

15. Eyebrows: slender/plucked/arched/crescent

16. Nose: pointy/dainty/button/a diva’s

17. Teeth: bleach-white/calcite-white/unicorn-white/wizard-white

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

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Date: __/__/__

Title: SCRIBBLE BOX FOR BEST IDEAS

Lesson number: 134

The grid below can be filled in as the class is doing a creative page of fill in the blanks. It may also be used at the end of the module for revision purposes. The teacher might also decide to put different headings in the grid. The template for the first two pages is done for you. The rest needs to be filled in by the student.

COLOUR OF BLUE EYES




COLOUR OF GREEN EYES




SHAPE OF EYES




COLOUR OF BLACK HAIR




COLOUR OF BROWN HAIR




HAIR MOVEMENT








































































Date: __/__/__

Title: MAKE A FUN CROSSWORD

Lesson number: 135

Ask your teacher for guidance if you need it. This exercise should be done with a partner.



























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Date: __/__/__

Title: DESCRIBING MALES: 1st GRID

Lesson number: 136

Definition: A wise man will rule the stars.

Spelling revision

New words

Dictionary definitions, corrections, and synonyms.

dainty

scrolled




calcite

dapper




crescent

hawkish




diva

lunar




cherub

bass




finespun

Popeye




Botox

narcissistic






colour blue eyes

colour brown eyes

colour black hair

colour red hair

colour green eyes

colour grey eyes

colour brown hair

colour gold hair

bass voice

dapper clothes

a bull’s neck

oyster-white teeth

winning smile

lunar shaped eyes

peppered stubble

scrolled ears

Popeye biceps

Atlas shoulders

a concrete jaw

an earthy smell

a raptor’s nose

defined cheekbones

a dashing personality

super student ideas



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

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1) Think of a famous person that these words could apply to. Get an image of that person. Then make out a list of his character descriptions in bullet points underneath the image. Compile a word bank of that her personality traits also by typing in:

638 primary personality traits to:



ideonomy.mit.edu

The students can choose the words they are most comfortable with.



PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

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OBSERVATIONS:

Date: __/__/__

Title: USING A THESAURUS

Lesson number: 137

Underneath is the list of words from the previous page. Using a dictionary or thesaurus if needed, substitute your own adjectives for the ones already given. The first example is done for you. Can you add five more male traits (i.e. characteristics) at the end?

1. A bass voice: a powerful voice.

2. A winning smile: a pleasant smile.

3. Dapper clothes: trendy clothes.

4. Lunar-shaped eyes: moon-round eyes.

5. A bull’s neck: a buffalo’s neck.

6. Peppered stubble: salt-and-pepper stubble.

7. Oyster-white teeth: seashell-white teeth.

8. Scrolled ears: whorled ears.

9. Popeye biceps: Samson biceps.

10. A raptor’s nose: a hawkish nose.

11. Atlas shoulders: Goliath shoulders.

12. Defined cheekbones: pinched-in cheekbones.

13. A concrete jaw: a lantern jaw.

14. A dashing personality: a magnetic personality.

15. An earthy smell: a wholesome smell.

16-20 are the students’ choice.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

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4)

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PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

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Date: __/__/__

Title: DESCRIBING MALES: 2nd GRID

Lesson number: 138

Definition: Be amiable, then you’ll be loved.

Spelling revision

New words

Dictionary definitions, corrections, and synonyms.

scrolled

raptor




dapper

Achilles




hawkish

Hades




lunar

Teutonic




bass

Apollo




Popeye

Nordic




narcissistic

Aryan






Viking-gold

Nordic-gold

Aryan-gold

Achilles-gold

Hercules-gold

Scandinavian-gold

Teutonic-gold

Apollo-gold

a crew cut

a Mohican

a marine cut

a buzz-cut

close cropped

a rooster cut

a military cut

a razor’s edge cut

bushy

sickle shaped

beetle-browed

Hades-black

bristly

scythe shaped

equinox-black

fireworshipper-black

domed

half-dome

arched

pinched-in

defined

half-moon

angular

prominent

a falcon’s

a Roman

a lordly

an aquiline

a hawkish

an imperial

a kingly

a prominent



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

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MAIN LESSON

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1) A fuller list of character descriptions may now be put underneath an image of a different male.


PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

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OBSERVATIONS:

Date: __/__/__

Title: DESCRIBING TROLLS

Lesson number: 139

In the land of Fantasia, an Elven army has gathered to fight a bigger army of trolls. Your job is to describe the features of both armies before the battle begins. Then you must write a battle scene describing what happened. There is a grid to describe the trolls underneath.

greasy hair

lank hair

hook-nosed

barracuda-eyed

a goblin’s grin

skin as rough as tree bark

pug-nosed

piranha-eyed

jug ears

teeth like talon tips

spittle-flecked lips

leprous-yellow teeth

frosty eyes

fin-shaped canines

cobra-cold eyes

dogtooth-yellow fangs

corpse-white skin

bulbous nose

razor-thin lips

glacial eyes

pasty-white skin

a buffalo’s neck

cruel, curved eyebrows

wintry eyes

bug-eyed

a shark’s teeth

tankard-handle ears

hatchet-faced

a sly look

demonic power

feline eyes

jeering voices

scaly skin

a gorilla’s shoulders

knotty fingers

matted hair

wild-eyed

pop-eyed

tomb-deep voices


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