Creative Writing: Pictures to develop setting and character

Creative Writing: Pictures to develop setting and character

A teaching resource provided by lisa davies.

Resource Description

This resource consists of a booklet and power point presentation showing some truly crazy homes. Inspire and TEACH your pupils the language required to create some fantastic settings and characters using this innovative resource. It contains detailed notes of how to use the pictures to write short creative pieces, either as a class, independently or through collaborative talk and small group work.

......The images have been sourced with respect for copyright, all are attributed and are available for use and modification, even commercially.

Resource Files

There are 2 files for this resource.

File Name File Type File Size
who lives here.ppt
Microsoft Powerpoint 2.9MB
whole booklet.pdf
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PDF Document 4.0MB

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About the Author

lisa davies
EAL Advisor
Having taught in primary classrooms for the last 20 years, I am now an EAL advisor. Throughout this experience I have been constantly impressed by the power of visual images to motivate and improve children to talk, discuss, improve their vocabulary and write creatively. The only difficulty with this is the time taken to find these images.

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