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Organise new vocabulary 1. Don' t forget that.. Look at the way Jerry Spinelli makes a dilapidated house come alive in his young adult novel, Maniac Magee. This is a good example when explaining "snapshots" to students. Students may be familiar with this book. Plus, it will get their attention! Maniac had seen some amazing things in his lifetime, but nothing as amazing as that house. From the smell of it, he knew this wasn't the first time an animal had relieved itself on the rugless floor. In fact, in another corner he spotted a form of relief that could not be soaked up by newspapers.
And everywhere there were raisins. The hole in the ceiling was so big they both could have jumped through it at once.
He ran a hand along one wall. The peeling paint came off like cornflakes. Nothing could be worse than the living and dining rooms, yet the kitchen was. A jar of peanut butter had crashed to the floor; someone had gotten a running start, jumped into it, and skied a brown, one-footed track to the stove. On the table were what appeared to be the remains of an autopsy performed upon a large bird, possibly a crow.
The refrigerator contained two food groups: mustard and beer. The raisins were even more abundant. He spotted several of them moving. They weren't raisins, they were roaches , pp. Begin by explaining to students that writers have a magic camera that they can point at the world and create snapshots that contain smells and sounds as well as colors and light.
What do the students like about these passages? Review some of the things writers can do to dig deeper for the details when they stall out.
What do they see? What do they hear? What do they smell? What do they feel? In science class, have students pick one moment and write a "snapshot" of a landscape or event at that particular moment. Encourage them to create a picture with words. This is a great exercise for field trips we do this at a local rock quarry and our hike along the river behind our school every year.
Ask the students to write for 20 minutes or however long it takes to create a snapshot of their moment.