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Unformatted text preview: Become aware of sensory input—colors, shapes, sounds, whether it’s hot or cold out, etc. I’d like you to then describe whatever you are seeing, using strong sensory detail (you may even use simile and metaphor to describe what you are seeing and hearing). This hecan include small details—a crack in the sidewalk, the color and texture of a leaf, etc. If interesting people show up or something that veers away from the original assignment of “being in nature” happens, that’s fine—write it down! In addition, if memories or emotions come up during the writing, that’s fine—let the writing lead you where it wants to go. The writing may be purely descriptive, or end up being a more reflective piece. Please upload this to turnitin and include the usual rewrite of one piece of in-class writing (any you have done so far)....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course ENGL 71 at San Jose State University .