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Beverly Cleary How an Author Writes Today we are going to learn about Using descriptive words to make our writing interesting Connect 4 Run the show Click a circle once to change it to yellow ID: 510821 Download Presentation


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Henry Huggins

Beverly Cleary

How an

Author WritesSlide2

Today we are going to learn about


Using descriptive words to make our writing interestingSlide3

Connect 4

Run the show.Click a circle once to change it to yellow

Click twice to change it to red.Slide4





& A




Henry Huggins Connect 4Slide5

Sentence search

Write the number of these sentences next to their more meaningful descriptions.

He didn’t buy any books, so he just read them.

He was a medium sized dog.

He went swimming and went back home.

He was a



He ate some chocolate ice cream.

His hair was untidy and he had most of his teeth.He bought some ice cream.8. Henry had an ordinary life.Slide11

Sentence search

: Answers

It was a free look because he only had two nickels left.He was too small to be

a big

dog but, on the other hand, he was much too big to be a little dog.

After he swam for an hour, he got on the bus again and rode home just in time for dinner.

He wasn’t a white dog, because parts of him were brown and other parts were black and in between there were yellowish patches.

He stood there licking his chocolate ice cream cone and reading one of the funny books when he heard a thump, thump, thump.

His hair looked like a scrubbing brush and most of his grown up front teeth were in.

Then, with three nickels and one dime in his pocket, he went to the corner drugstore to buy a chocolate ice cream cone.8. Except for having his tonsils out when he was six and breaking his arm falling out of a cherry tree when he was seven, nothing much happened to Henry.Slide12

Using descriptive language

1. I ate rice for lunch.

2. I’m fine, thank you.3. In the holiday, I stayed at home.4. My mother has two big eyes and wears glasses.

5. We went back home.

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