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Brainstorm 5 places you could write about in a list below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Choose 1 place As inspiration for your poem, complete these sentences describing the place. I see I hear I feel or touch I smell I taste Combine at lease 3 images into your imagery poem. It must be at least 5 lines long. Write your poem on the template on Page 2. Add an image for your background and type your poem on top of the image.

Joan Mackin

Student Instructions

Places - Imagery

Imagery is writing with details to arouse the senses of touch, taste, sight, smell or sound. Follow the directions to write an imagery poem describing a place of your choice. See example on Page 1 and use Page 2 to create your own poem.

6th Grade, English Language Arts
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