WARMUP: An A-z list of "things that can be deadly"

QUICK WRITE: An in-depth physical description of a living person in the room

NOTES: "Connotation" is the cultural, rather than the literal, meaning of a word. Similar to euphemism, it can be used to color a description either positively or negatively without outwardly stating an opinion.

DAILY GOALS:
  1. Make sure that your "story starter" assignment is submitted to my digital inbox or in person.
  2. Pick one of the provided photographs (see below) and write an in-depth description of that person (using connotation and action to describe when possible) in a positive light, as if they were someone you liked or loved. DO NOT directly or overtly state an opinon of this person. This should be about 1/3 to 1/2 of a page typed.
  3. In the same document, and using the same picture, write an in-depth description of that person in a negative light, as if they were someone who disliked or hated. Again, DO NOT directly or overtly state an opinion.
  4. To the end of this document, add your detailed description of an object or place that you wrote on the 6th. Submit the document to the digital inbox, naming the file LASTNAME DESCRIPTION (ex: Baker Description.doc)




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