Students turn Edgar Allan Poe's short story into a comic book!
This is an assignment all students will love! Two comic book templates are included with this product: a comic book template with the "Tell Tale Heart" narrative included or a blank comic book template for students to write their own narrative. Both serve as an excellent assignment for reviewing the plot of Edgar Allan Poe's "Tell Tale Heart".
Everything is ready to print and includes:
The Teacher's Guide includes helpful tips for implementing the lesson. Common Core standards that align with this lesson are also listed.
"Tell Tale Heart" Comic Book Cover Page:
A comic book cover page is included for students to design and make their own unique cover page. Space for a picture, student name, and date are included.
"Tell Tale Heart" Comic Book Template- Narrative Included:
The first template is four pages long and includes the narrative for "Tell Tale Heart". In order to complete the assignment, students add illustrations and dialogue to a total of ten comic book scenes. The scenes cover the entire plot of a "Tell Tale Heart" in a summarized version with contemporary language.
Blank Comic Book Template:
The blank comic book template works well for advanced students that want to create their own version of a "Tell Tale Heart" comic book. The blank comic book template includes ten comic book scenes that span across four pages.
Additional "Tell Tale Heart" Resources:
"Tell Tale Heart" Differentiated Close Read- Explore Poe's Use of Tone and Mood!
Fiction Task Cards- Reading Literature-Common Core Aligned
Character Resume and Cover Letter- Works With Any Literary Character!
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