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Miss Brianna Nish

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Choosing Better Adjectives

Today we are going to look at describing pictures with adjectives. We want to think HARD about our adjectives, not just pick the first, easy ones that come to mind. You may want to use a dictionary or thesaurus to help you expand your ideas. 1. Click the 2. Watch the video for today's instructions 3. Read through the adjective list and watch the adjective to gather ideas. 4. Complete each of the questions by typing in 3 of your own adjectives. 5. Check the Teacher's Choice adjective under the star. 6. When you have answered all the questions, click the to submit your work.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, English Language Arts, English Language Learners, Writing
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This activity is designed to get students thinking about their choice of adjective and delving past their initial thoughts (which are always the easiest) to access higher level words. Video Credits- Youtube 'The Bazillions' - Wide Open World of Adjectives