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Narrative Essay Rubric for Suspense and Foreshadowing
4 Point Rubric for Writing a Suspense Narrative Essay focusing on these writing componenets: Development, Word Choice, Story Elements, Suspense and Foreshadowing, Grammar/Usage/Mechanics, Organization; Writing a Suspense story is perfect for around Halloween. You may also want the power point proudu
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Narrative Essay Writing PPT-Focus on Suspense & Foreshadowing
Power Point is 16 slides explaining what a narrative essay is, components it should contain, what a "hook" is, suggestions for a hook, and the grading criteria (each component broken down on 4 point scale). The grading criteria is in a 4-point rubric style for these categories: development;
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Teaching Suspense and Foreshadow through Toy Story of Terror
Common Core mini-lesson created by The House of Roush to review the elements of suspense with intermediate level students. Students watch the Pixar short "The Toy Story of Terror" (teachers will need to purchase the DVD) and analyze it for suspense, setting, foreshadow, irony and traditional scary
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Storm on the Mountain: Fiction to Teach Suspense, Foreshadowing, & Imagery
Looking for a suspenseful story to share during a stormy fall day? Or Halloween? Then read Storm on the Mountain, a story about an author who inherits a secluded cottage in the mountains and the friend who saves her life! Storm on the Mountain is 8 pages long with great plot breaks that allow for
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Suspense and Foreshadowing PPT
A brief overview of suspense and foreshadowing in literature. Within the power point thee are THREE original practice passages that test students' mastery of foreshadowing and suspense. A small, but engaging power point. Ideally, you'd show this before reading a short story like "Tell Tale Heart", "
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Teaching Suspense and Foreshadowing with Three Skeleton Key
This lesson is centered around George Toudouze's Three Skeleton Key. Students will read the story, listen to a 1950 radio broadcast of the story, then choose from one of four assignment options that serve as a fun assessment. I usually give a quiz after students read the story and prior to choosin
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Fiction-Composing Flash Fiction using Real Setting, Suspense, and Foreshadowing
This fun writing assignment has students reading and composing a work of flash fiction. Students will read a work of flash fiction, then identify the setting, suspense, foreshadowing, and major conflict. Next, students will compose their own work of flash fiction incorporating these elements. Thi
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The Landlady - Suspense and Foreshadowing Analysis
Have students dig deeper into Roald Dahl's use of foreshadowing and suspense in the short story The Landlady. Students will complete close readings of key passages and recognize the techniques which authors use to create foreshadowing and build suspense. Students will see how descriptions, mood, and
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Movie Guide: The Canterville Ghost-Suspense, Foreshadowing and Characterization
The Canterville Ghost (92 min) is a nice way to reinforce teaching Suspense, Conflict, Foreshadowing and Characterization. It is also a means to demonstrate to students that literary elements are found in media as well as books. Common Core Aligned. This work by Kathryn M. Smith is licensed under
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Literary Elements: Conflict, Suspense, Foreshadow
Close Notes that discuss conflict, suspense, and foreshadow.
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The Lottery by Shirley Jackson Short Story Unit
This print-and-go resource for Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery" includes EVERYTHING you need to teach this exciting and shocking short story! Six engaging activities, teacher notes, vocabulary word wall, essay question, and a complete unit test! Perfect for middle school and even high school students

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Literature Guide for The Cay ~ Handouts, Activities, Tests Common Core Aligned!
This is a teaching unit for the novel The Cay by Theodore Taylor. This unit contains ready-made, Common-Core-aligned handouts to accompany each chapter of this book. These handouts will require students to analyze the author’s craft and literary elements such as point of view, conflict, and setti
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The Hitchhiker by Lucille Fletcher Short Story Unit (Drama/Play)
This is the Short Story of the Month Club, Grade 6: October Selection – Click here to read more about the Short Story of the Month Club! Skills Focus: Story Devices - Flashback, Suspense, Foreshadowing Elements of Plot Finding Text Evidence Comparing Written, Audio, & Video Versions Vocabula

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9 Short Stories Bundle for Middle School ELA
These Nine Short Stories included in this bundle are perfect for your middle school classroom! Incorporating more short stories into your curriculum can result in higher student engagement, increased proficiency in citing and justifying textual evidence, and more complex analysis just to name a few!
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Plot, Characterization, Setting, & Foreshadow using Pixar Shorts BUNDLE
Hook your students in to Common Core lessons dealing with a variety of Plot elements by using these fun and engaging lessons using Pixar shorts! Created by The House of Roush for intermediate level students, but can be used for students from 5th to 10th grade depending on where you place these activ
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Short Story Reading & Writing Bundle {Middle & High School}
This is an easy-to-use, print-and-go short story unit bundle that is perfect for your middle school or high school classroom! With challenging activities, teacher annotations, in-depth discussion questions, comprehensive unit tests, and more, this bundle is a rigorous, comprehensive look at FOUR tri
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Rikki-tikki-tavi by Rudyard Kipling
Rudyard Kipling’s timeless “Rikki-tikki-tavi” is an excellent short story to use with middle school students to teach suspense, foreshadowing, and characterization. This unit contains a clean copy of the story (with pictures), as well as over a week’s worth of lesson plans and materials to supplemen
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Freak the Mighty - A Complete, Skills-Based Unit
Freak the Mighty is one of my all-time favorite books to share with students. Not only is it a great story told through the fantastic voice of the character Max, but there are numerous literary skills that can be taught while reading the novel. This Freak the Mighty unit goes beyond basic comprehe
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Story / Literary Elements Powerpoint
Using popular movies and movie characters as examples, this 26 slide powerpoint teaches the story/literary elements of characters (protagonist, antagonist, static, dynamic), plot(exposition, rising action, conflict, climax, falling action, resolution), setting, point of view, theme, suspense, foresh
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Tuck Everlasting Bundle-Close Rdg, Text-Dependent ?'s, Gr.Orgs for EVERY chapter
This bundle for “Tuck Everlasting” has everything that you need to teach this amazing novel! When you purchase this bundle, you receive: * A 7 page guide for using the resources in your classroom. * At least one graphic organizer for EACH chapter! Each organizer was created based on COMMON CORE
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Teaching Literary Elements with Animated Short Films-"For the Birds"
Close reading strategies applied to a short film. Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners, giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms. Each film/ lesson comes with: plot m
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Monsters are due on Maple Street reading unit with test
The first part of this product includes vocabulary questions for Monsters Are Due on Maple Street. Students must predict the meaning using context clues before learning the real definition. Then it goes over elements of scary stories like suspense, foreshadowing, and plot test. The next section c
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Story Elements Bundle
This bundle includes 2 charts, one with the story elements and their definitions, and one without the definitions, and 2 tests, both matching, one with all the elements, and one with just 9 of them. The terms included on the charts are: short story, character, plot, setting, conlfict, resolution, pr
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Black Ships Before Troy Chapter Lessons, Activites, Quizzes
FOR ALL 19 CHAPTERS: (nothing fancy - straight forward ready to use lessons) Chapter Notes (summary of each chapter) Chapter Activities (includes NYS protocols, lessons on suspense, foreshadowing, idioms, similes, text structure, metaphors, irony, symbolism) Chapter Writing Assignments (short quick
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