This Writing With All Your Senses lesson plan also includes:
If you're looking to get your budding novelists writing with all five senses, this may be a good place to start. First, learners describe a strange object without saying any overused description words (ideally, there would be a list of these somewhere). Then, the class uses their senses to describe the classroom, collaborating to fill out a chart (pictured). Finally, learners practice describing settings and using metaphors and similes. For this last section, the worksheet is not included. However, the description allows for an easy reproduction of one.