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Briefly discuss what is being described-the main idea and the effect created.

Have students think of positive and appropriate adjectives to describe four examples written on the board. Describes how something or place or thing.

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Ask students to describe what an adjective is.

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Ask the students and see if anyone can connect this to the activity done above.