Sensory DetailsSensory Details Worksheet Worksheet Worksheet Adding Details adds Interest Sensory details allow the reader to put themselves into your story mentally by forming a picture in his/her mind. Without sensory details, the reader becomes bored and cannot emotionally connect to the story.
TONE (The author's emotional attitude toward the major character and his/her situation, as gauged by the reader's emotional response, or mood, at the end of the story) a. Identify the tone of the opening paragraph. b. Identify the dominant tone (reader's emotional reaction as a result of the outcome of the conflict).