Name And Describe The Two Main Elements Of Point Of View Of A Descriptive Essay

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Introduction questions: 1. When is “description” used? Whenever you use words to depict or re-create a scene, an object, a person, or a feeling, you use description. 2. Description draws on perception of the 5 senses to help convey a particular experience. Name the 5 senses. The five senses are sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. 3. What is Objective description? Objective description strives for precisions and objectivity, trying to convey subject impersonally, without emotion. 4. What is Subjective description? Subjective description draws ecplicitly on emotions, giving an impression of the subject filtered through firsthand experience. 5. What is Dominant Impression? A central theme or idea about the subject to which readers can…show more content…
5.Editing-This involves looking at each sentence carefully, and making sure that it 's well designed and serves a purpose. Proofread and check for any spelling and grammar errors. Description Chapter 6 Short Story Questions: (Please answer all of the questions that are found under each number. I have not assigned all of the questions under each story. So, please pay attention to the header and the number(s) under each one. In order to get full points please use complete sentences, one word answers won’t be accepted and you will receive zero points for them. In regards to the terms that need to be looked up in a dictionary, use the definition that best matches the story.) Desert Dance by Marta K. Taylor, pgs. 100-101 Meaning 1. She was in a sort of daze watching the night sky in the desert and listening to the sounds. She was very much enjoying herself. 2. *Paragon- A person or thing regarded as a perfect example of a particular quality. *Silhouette The dark shape and outline of someone or something visible against a lighter background, especially in dim light. *Strobe- flash intermittently. *Gnarled-knoblly, rough, and twisted, especially with age. *Frolicked-play and move about cheerfully, excitedly, or energectically. *Marionette-A pupper worked from aboe by strings attached to it 's limbs. *Gaudy-Extravagantly bright or showy, typically so as to be tasteless. Purpose and Audience 1. Taylor opened with this as a way to inform the reader that her
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