"After the Storm" is a 1933 short story by Ernest Hemingway, published by Charles Scribner in the short story collection Winner Take Nothing.
The narrator gets into a fight in a bar in a beach community near Key West. He leaves the bar and goes out of his boat, which is caught in a bad storm. The next morning, he discovers a wrecked luxury yacht. He tries to salvage the riches within the yacht but has to leave it when another storm begins. When he gets back to land he is taken to prison because of the bar fight. By the time he gets out on bail and can return to the yacht, he discovers that someone else has already stripped it. He regrets that he was not able to take the wealth out of the yacht. (Wikipedia)
This is teaching materials for a short story that would be considered traditional. The assessments included vocabulary acquisition, critical thinking questions, and recall or comprehension questions on one sheet. These questions come in the forms of a mixture of matching, short answer, and multiple-choice. By completing this sheet, the student will demonstrate an understanding of the material on multiple levels.
The other assessment is a creative art sheet. The creative art sheet asks the student to use the details from the story and their own knowledge, experiences, and imagination to synthesize a totally new work, this is a picture that is a visual representation that recreates a scene, character or maybe the student's use or view of an aspect of the story. Along with this picture the student will explain their work with a short explanation.
The materials provided
1 Short story worksheet
1 Creative Art Sheet
NOTE: I have decided to include the Word Documents that the PDFs are created from so that if you would like to customize the unit for your classroom you can. However, I have used formatting and custom fonts that are not standard with many versions of Microsoft office. This may mean that opening them with a different version of office or without the same fonts installed will throw the formatting off. If so it may take some work to adapt them in your class. I am including them as an extra and would ask that I am not rated on the usability of the Word Docs. Since they are not the finished product, but an extra.