Vivid & Specific
Make writing more specific Direction: Go from general to more specific, to most specific
Practice Making writing vivid
(G)eneral ‑ Yesterday I had a wonderful day
1. G ‑ The house is beautiful, but it does needs some repairs.
2. G ‑ Robert's boss appreciated the job he did for the company.
3. G ‑ Good students meet their responsibilities.
4. G ‑ I plan to work very hard to become a success.
5. G ‑ My best friend is great because he is always there when I need him most.
Describe something concrete using your five senses. (See ‑ Smell ‑ Hear ‑ Touch Taste)
your bedroom, a beautiful friend, an admired person, person you don't like, a vacation spot
Describing an experience using your 5 senses) (See ‑ Smell ‑ Hear ‑ Touch Taste)
first: day of college, a kiss, an experience with death, wedding party, Christmas day, your birthday