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Title: Emotive Words


1
Emotive Words
  • Emotive language is made up of words that make
    you feel a certain way. These are known as
    EMOTIVE WORDS.
  • Can you guess why they are called EMOTIVE words?

2
Emotive words can be found in a variety of text
types
  • Newspaper reports
  • Poems
  • Leaflets
  • Speeches
  • Can you think of any more?

3
Which emotive words could describe this mans
anger?
  • Boiling anger
  • Explosive anger
  • Steaming with anger
  • Red hot anger
  • Think of your own emotive words and phrases.

4
An emotive word helps you to understand a
particular feeling
  • Can you remember the emotive words from the
    previous slide?
  • Boiling
  • Explosive
  • Steaming
  • Red hot
  • How do you imagine the man was feeling?

5
Mime the following emotive words
  • Heart-stopping fear

6
Mime the following emotive words
  • Icy pale with worry

7
Mime the following emotive words
  • Explosive anger

8
Mime the following emotive words
  • Brutal embarrassment

9
Mime the following emotive words
  • Brimming with happiness

10
Mime the following emotive words
  • An ecstasy of pain

11
Emotive words are used to try and make you feel
a certain way. Can you think of a few examples
for the following?
  • Charity leaflets that try to persuade you to
    donate money by encouraging you to feel
    sympathetic
  • Newspaper articles that are biased because the
    writer wants you to feel the same as they do
  • Poems - The poet may want you to feel the same as
    they do about their chosen topic.

12
Well Done!
  • Remember to look for emotive words in both
    fiction and non-fiction texts and
  • Try to use emotive words in your own writing
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