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  • ElaborationUsing details to explain your argument
  • Have you ever had a conversation like this? Chantal- Hey Becky, what happened with that fight in the hall yesterday? Becky- Well, you know, there was a fight, and it was crazy! Chantal- Yea? Who was there? Becky- Some of those girls who wear T-shirts all the time. Chantal- Huh. Why were they fighting? Becky- Someone was mad about some stuff she said. Chantal- What did you actually see happen? Becky- She was all up her face, you know? Crazy!
  • Sometimes what we say or write needs elaboration…What detail could this news anchor addto have a more interesting story?Elaborating often answers the questions:Who? What? When? Where? Why? And How?
  • Elaboration Foldable!We will use this Directions: tool to help you 2. Fold your paper in think of details to half, then in half again add in your vertically (hotdog). writing. 3. Unfold it, then fold it in half, and in half again horizontally (hamburger).
  • Type of elaboration 1:  Describe thoughts ◦ Opinions ◦ Wonderings ◦ Facts ◦ Beliefs
  • Type of elaboration 2:  Describe what can be heard ◦ Dialogue ◦ Sounds ◦ Rumors ◦ Music lyrics ◦ Famous quotes
  • Type of elaboration 3:  Describe what can be seen ◦ Descriptive imagery ◦ Observations
  • Type of elaboration 4:  Describe actions ◦ Movements ◦ Physical interactions
  • Type of elaboration 5:  Describe an example from a movie ◦ Or TV Show
  • Type of elaboration 6:  Describe an example from a book ◦ Or story ◦ Or play
  • Type of elaboration 7:  Describe feelings ◦ Emotions ◦ Hopes ◦ Dreams
  • Type of elaboration 8:  Describe Information ◦ History ◦ Science ◦ Current Events ◦ Sports
  • HOW TO USE THEFOLDABLE:Now take the dialogue from the beginning of class, and usethe foldable to make it better!
  • Who can make the most interesting, elaborative dialogue? Chantal- Hey Becky, what happened with that fight in the hall yesterday? Becky- Well, you know, there was a fight, and it was crazy! Chantal- Yea? Who was there? Becky- Some of those girls who wear T-shirts all the time. Chantal- Huh. Why were they fighting? Becky- Someone was mad about some stuff she said. Chantal- What did you actually see happen? Becky- She was all up her face, you know? Crazy!
  • Remember: SUPERSTARSELABORATE!!!