Eye-catching modern design adds new life to these posters featuring the opening sections of four classic horror novels:
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
Clemence Housman’s The Werewolf
Perfect for middle school and high school English classrooms and libraries!
Each of these PDF posters features two size options – 8.5 x 11 inches and 11 x 17 inches – and two background options, white and black. The white background poster files can be printed on any color paper to achieve a variety of effects. The black background option consumes a lot of ink and is best printed at a professional copy shop on glossy paper.
Want just one? Click below to check out the individual poster pages:
• Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
(All text: CC Public Domain Mark 1.0)
Want to add creepy fun to your secondary curriculum? Check out the following:
• Fear Factors is a non-fiction multimedia lesson where students dig into a magazine interview with Dr. Margee Kerr, a “scare specialist” who explains why some people enjoy being afraid.
• For literature, introduce students to Horatio Quiroga, a master of suspense who will forever change the way our students look at their pillows and mattresses in his story, “The Feather Pillow.”
• Finally, have some creative fun with Micro-Fiction, where students write two-sentence stories in four genres – drama, romance, sci fi, and (of course!) horror.
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