Show, Not Tell is a technique that helps create a picture in the readers mind.
Martin was angry. (This tells the reader that person is angry.)
Sitting at his desk, his jaw tightened. His eyes flashed heat waves at me. The words erupted from his mouth, “I want to talk to you after class.” The final hiss in his voice warned me about his feelings. (This shows that the person is angry.)
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