Creative Writing - Using sensory to create imagery - plosives, fricatives, sibilance, Synaesthesia

There are many secrets that students need to know about that can help them turn a descriptive narrative with an interesting plot into a sophisticated and intelligently designed masterpiece.
The sound of a word and the way is feels to say/read it are very powerful opportunities for imagery and emotional avocation.
This presentation addresses using SOUND in your writing (plosives, fricatives, sibilants, etc.).
Using Synaesthesia - Creating Multi-sensory imagery in your writing - What is it and how does it improve your writing. Some practise activities.
Keywords:
symbolism narrative imaginative creative writing skills descriptive imagery prose fiction poetry English resource structure story telling write kids students easy extend extension conventions approach art book class lesson worksheet workshop session learning educating stimulus tips HSC Higher School Certificate ideas lecture techniques short course activities games advice discovery belonging class character

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