This lesson plan and active form on the short story Ghost Walk by Mark Garland focuses on the author's use of foreshadowing throughout the short story. It is a great short story for Halloween week. The author's use of foreshadowing makes this short story suspenseful and provides a surprise ending, despite the use of foreshadowing by the author. The active Adobe PDF form created here is versatile. It can be filled in online or printed out for use in the classroom as a handout. A brief, loose explanation of the lesson is included in the packet. The extra sheets can be deleted from the file distributed by the teacher. After reading each section, students respond with a brief summary. Students also use the dialectical journal, or t-chart form of collecting quotes and explaining them to support their ideas. This activity leads to PART 2: 11-sentence Paragraph on Foreshadowing in GHOST WALK by Mark Garland. Please be sure to rate the download after reviewing it. It will help me provide even better downloads in the future.