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Parts 3-6 of 6 - Creativity & Harry Noden's Image Grammar

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  • 1. BRUSH STROKES by HARRY R. NODEN PART 3

2. STANDARDS

  • WRITING STRATEGIES
  • 1.2 Usepreciselanguage,action verbs ,sensory details , appropriatemodifiers , and theactiverather than the passive voice.

3. STANDARDS

  • WRITTEN AND ORAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE CONVENTIONS
  • 1.1 Identify and correctly useclauses(e.g., main and subordinate),phrases(e.g., gerund, infinitive, and participial), andmechanics of punctuation(e.g., semicolons, colons, ellipses, hyphens).

4. STANDARDS

  • WRITTEN AND ORAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE CONVENTIONS
  • 1.2 Understandsentence construction(e.g., parallel structure, subordination, proper placement of modifiers) and proper Englishusage(e.g., consistency of verb tenses).

5. OBJECTIVE

  • Using________________ , students will identify and apply five basic Brushstrokes and practice composing andrevisingsentences.

6. THE BRUSHSTROKES

  • Participles
  • VIVID VERBS
  • Inverted Adjectives
  • Absolutes
  • Appositives

7. PAINTING WITH VIVID VERBS

  • verbs that show action not passive voice

8.

  • The result was spectacular. The voltage hit his wet mouth like a sledge and stiffened him like a poker. He snarled, growling deeper, and tried to hang on, but the jolt was too powerful and slammed him back and down on his rump.

VIVID VERBS PAINTED BY GARY PAULSEN INMY LIFE IN DOG YEARS : 9. VIVID VERBS PAINTED BY GLORIA

  • The UFO shot across the sky leaving a trail of light.
  • The UFO hurtled across the sky splitting the sky with a trail of light.

10. GUIDED PRACTICE :TRY THIS BRUSH STROKE WITH THE FOLLOWING 11. 12. 13. BRUSH STROKES by HARRY R. NODEN PART 4 14. THE BRUSHSTROKES

  • Participles
  • Vivid Verbs
  • INVERTED ADJECTIVES
  • Absolutes
  • Appositives

15. PAINTING WITH INVERTED ADJECTIVES

  • Adjectives shifted out of order amplify the details of the image.

16. ADJECTIVE OUT OF ORDER PAINTED BY NEWTON PECK INA DAY NO PIGS WOULD DIE :

  • I could smell Mama, crisp and starched, plumping my pillow, and the cool muslinpillowcase touched bothmy ears as the back ofmy head sank into allthose feathers.

17. INVERTED ADJECTIVES PAINTED BY ANNA

  • The kitten yawned after a hard day of chasing birds.
  • The kitten, rotten but irresistible, yawned after a hard day of chasing birds.

18. GUIDED PRACTICE :TRY THIS BRUSH STROKE WITH THE FOLLOWING 19. 20. 21. BRUSH STROKES by HARRY R. NODEN PART 5 22. THE BRUSHSTROKES

  • Participles
  • Vivid Verbs
  • Inverted Adjectives
  • ABSOLUTES
  • Appositives

23. PAINTING WITH ABSOLUTES

  • Noun + Participial (-ing, -ed)

24. ABSOLUTES PAINTED BY ANNE RICE IN THE VAMPIRE LESTAT :

  • The mummy was moving. Themummys right arm was outstretched,the torn wrappings hanging from it,as the being stepped out of its gilded box! The scream froze in her throat. The thing was coming towards her towards Henry, who stood with his back to it moving with a weak, shuffling gait, that arm outstretched before it, the dust rising from the rotting linen covering it, a great smell of dust and decay filling the room.

25. ABSOLUTES PAINTED BY DARRIN

  • Andrew smiled as he stared at the wrinkly figure that was to be his baby brother.
  • Andrew sat, heart pounding and smile beaming, as he stared at the wrinkly figure that was to be his baby brother.

26. GUIDED PRACTICE :TRY THIS BRUSH STROKE WITH THE FOLLOWING 27. 28. 29. BRUSH STROKES by HARRY R. NODEN PART 6 30. THE BRUSHSTROKES

  • Participles
  • Vivid Verbs
  • Inverted Adjectives
  • Absolutes
  • APPOSITIVES

31. PAINTING WITH APPOSITIVES

  • a noun that adds a second image

32. APPOSITIVES PAINTED BY CORNELIUS RYAN INTHE LONGEST DAY :

  • Plowing through the choppy gray waters, a phalanx of ships bore down on Hitlers Europe, fast new attack transports, slow rust-scarred freighters, small ocean liners, channel steamers, hospital ships, weather-beaten tankers, and swarms of fussing tugs.

33. APPOSITIVES PAINTED BY EDUARDO

  • The woman stared at the smooth waters and dreamt of days gone by.
  • The woman, a devoted wife and mother, stared at the smooth water, the water that mystified her as a child, and dreamt of those whimsical days gone by.

34. GUIDED PRACTICE :TRY THIS BRUSH STROKE WITH THE FOLLOWING 35. 36. 37. BRUSH STROKES by HARRY R. NODEN ON YOUR OWN 38. THE BRUSHSTROKES

  • PARTICIPLES
  • VIVID VERBS
  • INVERTED ADJECTIVES
  • ABSOLUTES
  • APPOSITIVES

39. PRACTICEPAINTINGSCENES

  • Find & cut out a scene, image, or photograph from a magazine.
  • Write out [describe] the what is going on in the image on your own sheet of paper.
  • Magazines or Newspapers:
    • Sports Illustrated
    • Time

40. CLOSURE Any Questions? Note 1 or 2 Brush Strokes you need MORE work on for tomorrow. 41. HOMEWORK

  • Person, Place, Object
  • Describe it (simple sentence)
  • Describe/Revise it with2 or 3 brushstrokes

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