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- Get your students to interact with three classic short stories with these engaging writing assignments! Throughout your short story unit, students will write creatively and analytically, using textual evidence to support their claims. ✅ "The Lady or the Tiger?" by Frank Stockton Argumentative Essay:$6.99$9.00Save $2.01
Enrich your study of W.W. Jacobs’ “The Monkey’s Paw” with this print-and-go creative writing assignment. Students analyze the established mood in a passage and then rewrite it. This is a great assignment for students to practice creating mood in a short, creative work. This can be done in partners or alone.
Hint: I would suggest letting students rewrite one of the three parts. Dialogue can be kept the same, but attributions (“she said hysterically”) should be changed.
1. Project Description & Brainstorming Worksheet – students practice “rewriting” skills on a few sentences before they move on to an entire scene (.doc or .pdf)
2. Rubric – Choose between analytic and holistic versions (.doc or .pdf)
3. Printer-friendly versions - prints as a half-sheet with the rubric on the front and brainstorming on the back)
4. Digital version - editable
Have students attach this whole page as a cover sheet for their essay.
Your download is a .zip file containing a print-and-go version of this product and an editable version in Microsoft Word. You also get editable slides that are ready to be uploaded to Google Classroom, etc. Instructions for use and copyright information are included in this resource. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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