Finish the story is a great way for students to apply creative writing skills. And using their imagination helps students to think beyond the content in the story.
I have written a fantastic short story called Romeo the Class Clown. And your students will love it. The story is full of childhood drama that captivates the attention of students.
To help students think critically, they will have to write their own ending to Romeo the Class Clown. This is not only a fun activity, but it encourages learning critical thinking skills while students are engaged in writing their own exciting story ending.
This lesson takes approximately five days to complete, due to homework and classroom instruction.
This lesson contains:
1. The short story, Romeo the Class Clown.
2. A thorough lesson plan.
3. A vocabulary answer key.
4. Grading scale format sheet.
5. Creative writing grade sheet.
The skills students will learn:
1. Creative writing
2. Critical thinking
3. Vocabulary development
4. Story development
Thank you for visiting Red Carpet Classrooms. I am sure this lesson plan will meet the needs of your students.
With Teachers in Mind,
Renee Coates-Smith, M.Ed.
Red Carpet Classrooms
This story was written by Renee Coates-Smith.