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Descriptive Writing by Mind Map: Descriptive Writing
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Descriptive Writing

(Claire) Descriptive writing entails many parts such as: Describing appearances of characters, describing settings, describing the emotions and thoughts of the characters involved.

(Claire) Descriptive Writing is different from the other text types such as expository or argumentative essays as it takes on a more narrative feel and is able to reach out to the reader in the sense that readers are invited to join in on the visual spectacle. In other words, descriptive writing is able to present the reader with visual images, while other text types do not.

(Claire) In my opinion, descriptive writing is basically describing different aspects of a story. The purpose of it is to give the reader a visual presentation of the particular scene, in order to make the story 'come to life' and engage the reader to want to continue reading.

2. what does it entail? It must make the reader be able to grasp what the character is feeling, tasting, etc. this is done through the description of the character's feelings. And the use of good vocabulary to describe other things like the setting .

1. What in your opinion is Descriptive Writing? - A form of text used to describe anything. It uses alot of adjectives and adverbs, and must make the person or the object it is describing more lively and interesting so as to maintain the interest of the reader.

2. What does it entail? It involves alot of thought so that the subject is made more interesting and life-like. Alot of common knowledge must also be put into place so that the descriptions do not stray too far from the subject in real life and a clearer picture can be made to the reader.

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[Shamini]: Descriptive writing is when one refers to matters of observation or experience. It would consist of many adjectives to elaborate on an object, setting or character.

[Shamini]: Descriptive writing is when one refers to matters of observation or experience. It would consist of many adjectives to elaborate on an object, setting or character.

[Shamini]: What does it entail? It involves much time, as one needs to think how and object could be described as detail as possible to help readers get a clearer picture of it but at the same time maintain its reality.

[Shamini]: What does it entail?It involves much time, as one needs to think how and object could be described as detail as possible to help readers get a clearer picture of it but at the same time maintain its reality.

[Shamini]: How is it different from other text types (e.g. expositions, formal letters) you have learnt? Descriptive texts are more interesting to read as they allow readers to get to imagine how the object would look like compared to other texts where readers just digest the content.

[Shamini]: How is it different from other text types (e.g. expositions, formal letters) you have learnt? Descriptive texts are more interesting to read as they allow readers to get to imagine how the object would look like compared to other texts where readers just digest the content.

[Amanda]: Descriptive writing is a method of writing in which one explains the scene through the use of the different senses, so that the reader feels like he or she is in the story.

[Amanda]: Descriptive writing entails the use of writing through the five senses, exploring the emotions of characters, as well as tapping into the right vocabulary.

[Amanda]:Descriptive writing is different from other forms of writing as it enables the reader to feel like he or she is witnessing/experiencing the incident from the viewpoint of the writer.

[Stacy]: Descriptive writing is very detailed, mentioning the surroundings precisely so that the readers may experience the story with full-colour and imagination.

[Stacy]: Descriptive writing is different as it does not follow a certain format and does not address a particular person, but is something that many are allowed to read and enjoy.

[Stacy]: Descriptive writing entails the use of imagination, the five senses and tone of voice.

[Emily] Descriptive writing is writing in depth about each and every detail. It uses a lot of adjectives to elaborate on a person's character or the person's physical appearance or place and setting.

[Emily] Descriptive writing entails many parts such as: appearances of characters, settings, emotions and thoughts of characters involved in the story.It helps readers imagine what is happening in greater detail.

[Emily] Descriptive writing is different from other forms of writing as it touches more on the details of the story rather than narrating it.

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1. what is descriptive writing? It is the use of writing to describe a person or place in great detail to give the reader an insight into how the character feels.

3. How is it different from other types? They are set in a more story-like plot, with the author giving detailed insight on how the character is feeling and what exactly they are doing.

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