The Dinner Party: A Lesson in Suspense

The Dinner Party: A Lesson in Suspense
The Dinner Party: A Lesson in Suspense
The Dinner Party: A Lesson in Suspense
The Dinner Party: A Lesson in Suspense
The Dinner Party: A Lesson in Suspense
The Dinner Party: A Lesson in Suspense
The Dinner Party: A Lesson in Suspense
The Dinner Party: A Lesson in Suspense
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Common Core Standards
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Tweens and teens love chills and thrills! Kick off a unit - or an exhilarating lesson - of intense suspense with this all-inclusive 36-slide PowerPoint "The Dinner Party." Presentation includes the text, pre-reading vocabulary, probable passage, and Common Core aligned discussion/essay questions. Answer key included.

*This lesson is all-inclusive and sub-friendly. Keep them learning, even when you're not there!

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Task cards can be used with any short story and will reinforce literary concepts such as theme, conflict, setting, point of view, etc.

Teaching more suspense or gothic literature? Check out my other PowerPoints for a spine-tingling unit:

"The Raven"
Gothic Literature
"The Tell-Tale Heart"
"The Monkey's Paw"
"Annabel Lee"
"The Landlady"
Dracula
"The Lottery"
"The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street"
"The Necklace"
"Lamb to the Slaughter"

Terrific Teacher Tip: Use acrostic poetry. Check for understanding by giving students a key word/concept from the lesson. Write it vertically and have them write a detail or descriptor that starts with each of the letters of the key word/concept.

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36 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 days
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