Utilizing Brush Strokes to Create a Masterpiece

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Utilizing Brush Strokes to Create a Masterpiece Lynn Nguyen Creek Valley Middle School Lewisville ISD nguyenl@lisd.net

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Why ought to understudies learn approaches to utilize linguistic structures to upgrade their composition? Instructors are in charge of giving understudies a huge number of information and apparatuses they can really apply to their written work. Permitting understudies to investigate composing methods and traps prompts to all the more effective sentence structure, word decision, symbolism, and cohesiveness.

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Empowering Students with Grammar Tools "As opposed to advising understudies to reconsider, utilize adjust linguistic use, or alter their mix-ups, I start by demonstrating to them industry standards to make effective written work ." - Jeff Anderson Mechanically Inclined

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Research says… Constance Weaver (2007) clarifies, "Language structure educated in segregation from composing does not create critical upgrades in composing. It is both all the more spurring and more down to earth to instruct chose parts of syntax in conjunction with the written work prepare. (pg.8)" "It is ideal to instruct a couple of things over and again and well than a ton of syntactic terms that have almost no functional importance to composing."

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Advantages to Using Brush Strokes Students are utilizing linguistic structures, for example, participles and descriptors. Understudies are effectively learning syntax with regards to their own particular written work. Understudies are executing symbolism, disposition, and word play to draw in the gathering of people. Understudies get devices they can apply to both story and descriptive content.

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I'm an essayist, not a craftsman… right? "The author is a craftsman, painting pictures of existence with particular and identifiable brush strokes, pictures as sensible as Wyeth and as theoretical as Picasso." "Written work is not built only from encounters, data, characters or plots, however from central aesthetic components of sentence structure." - Harry Noden, Image Grammar

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What is a brush stroke? An essayist's brush strokes are their collection of sentence structures. Understudies can start with these five essential brush strokes: The participle The outright The appositive Adjectives moved out of request Action verbs

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Painting with Participles Participle= ing verb labeled on the starting or end of a sentence Original sentence: The irritated puppy assaulted the gatecrasher. Adding participles to the starting: Grunting, salivating, and charging, the chafed canine assaulted the interloper.

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What symbolism, activity, and disposition do the participles bring out?

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Variations on the Participle Brush Stroke Add a participial expression (participle + modifiers) Ex. Snorting from the gut and accusing of a retaliation, the chafed puppy assaulted the interloper. Single participles = fast development Participial expressions =slower, yet similarly extreme pace

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Painting with Participles Use your participle brush to overhaul the accompanying sentence: The delightful lady of the hour strolled down the walkway towards her ruler. You may utilize single participles or participial expressions. Underline the participles you have utilized.

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Adjectives Out of Order >Students regularly overpower their clear sentences with an excessive number of descriptive words in succession. Unique sentence: The dainty, sensitive, wide-looked at flamingo strutted over the lake. >To dodge the three in succession design, utilize this brush stroke to keep one descriptive word in its place and move the others after the thing. Descriptive words out of request: The dainty flamingo, sensitive and wide-looked at, strutted over the lake. Ex. The expert rifleman, careful and figuring , arranged to execute his objective.

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Painting with Adjectives out of request Use the modifiers out of request method to make a sentence with no less than two descriptive words out of request. Underline the descriptors you have utilized. The young lady kept running into her dad's arms with a smile all over.

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Combining Brush Strokes Using any one or the greater part of the five pictures, start a bit of composing joining the two brush strokes as needs be. Attempt to utilize every one in any event twice in your piece. Underline or highlight the brush strokes as you paint with them.

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Professional creators utilize these instruments to make perfect works of art " Shifting the heaviness of the line to one side shoulder and bowing painstakingly , he washed his deliver the sea and held it there, submerged , for over a moment, watching the blood trail away and the enduring development of the water against his hand as the vessel moved." - Ernest Hemingway Old Man and the Sea " Dazed and muddled , I turned upward from the splendid red blood beating out of my arm—into according to the six abruptly voracious vampires." - Stephanie Meyer New Moon

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Why Brush Strokes? Jeff Anderson (2005) states, "Showing one thing at once and applying it to our every day composing urges understudies to continue developing and producing content while signaling them into particular ideas and strategies.(pg.12)"

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Extensions Students include the brush strokes they learn into their "Written work Trick and Tools" book to use consistently. Understudies take the piece they composed for the lesson and form it into a finished, distributed piece. Understudies use the brushstrokes to make verse. Understudies utilize coach content to grow their insight into powerful approaches to utilize the strokes.

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Extensions Continued Students overhaul dull, straightforward sentences utilizing brush strokes. Understudies apply brush strokes to their account and interpretive written work. They report these on their update test. Understudies make their own minor departure from brush strokes. (Calm. Quiet. Still. The night was at last settled.)

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Adaptation for Grades K-3 K-3: As a class, conceptualize modifiers and participles for a particular subject. The sentence length and structure can be lessened by capacity. Awesome approach to show disposition and tone. - Jumping here and there, the kids couldn't hold up to eat cake and frozen yogurt. - The pooch, enormous and round, could scarcely walk.

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Adaptation for Grades 4-8 4-8: Students can discover cases in tutor message and make a page with quotes from different creators' works. Urge understudies to incorporate a participial expression and discover elective activity verbs and descriptors utilizing the thesaurus. Shouting: whooping, hollering, howling, yelping

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Adaptation for Grades 9-12 Challenge understudies to make a sonnet utilizing brush strokes. Request that understudies modify 2-3 sentences in both their account and informative written work. Make a brush strokes book with coach content cases, understudy cases, and distributed understudy pieces. Understudies may utilize a mix of participial expressions and descriptive words out of request in shifted structure.

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TEKS for 7 th Grade TX-TEKS.110.23.7.15  Writing/purposes . The understudy composes for an assortment of groups of onlookers and purposes and in an assortment of structures. TX-TEKS.110.23.7.17  Writing/linguistic use/utilization. The understudy applies standard punctuation and utilization to impart plainly and successfully in composing. TX-TEKS.110.23.7.17.D TSIET... utilize descriptive words (comparatives and superlatives structures) and intensifiers fittingly to make composing distinctive or exact (4-8).TX-TEKS.110.23.7.18.A TSIET... produce thoughts and arrangements for composing by utilizing prewriting procedures, for example, conceptualizing, realistic coordinators, notes, and logs (4-8).TX-TEKS.110.23.7.18.C TSIET... change chose drafts by including, explaining, erasing, consolidating, and reworking content (4-8). TX-TEKS.110.23.7.19 Writing/assessment. The understudy assesses his/her own particular written work and the compositions of others. TX-TEKS.110.23.7.19.C TSIET... assess how well his/her own particular written work accomplishes its motivations (4-8).TX-TEKS.110.23.7.19.D TSIET... dissect distributed cases as models for composing (4-8).TX-TEKS.110.23.7.8.C TSIET... perused for fluctuated purposes, for example, to be educated, to be engaged, to welcome the essayist's specialty, and to find models for his/her own particular written work (4-8).TX-TEKS.120.2.4.A TSIET ...show essential composition abilities through relegated undertakings;

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Empower our Students "We serve understudies best when we enable them to settle on intentional decisions and choices in view of a comprehension of the impacts those linguistic decisions will have on both our brains and our hearts and the way they can influence and fortify significance." - Mary Ehrenworth and Vicki Vinton The Power of Grammar

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References Noden, H (1999). Picture Grammar . Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. Ehrenworth, M, & Vinton, Vicki (2005). The Power of Grammar: Unconventional Approaches to the Conventions of Language .Portsmouth: Heinemann. Anderson, J (2005). Mechanically Inclined . Portland, Oregon: Stenhouse Publishers. Schuster, E.H. (2003). Breaking the Rules: Liberating Writers through Innovative Grammar Instruction . Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. Thomason, T, & York, C (2002). Completely Write! Instructing the Craft Elements of Writing .Norwood: Christopher-Gordon. Weaver, C (2007). The Grammar Plan Book . Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. Weaver, C (1996). Showing Grammar in Context . Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann.

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