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WRITING LESSON: Writing A Horror Story

WRITING LESSON: Writing A Horror Story
WRITING LESSON: Writing A Horror Story
WRITING LESSON: Writing A Horror Story
WRITING LESSON: Writing A Horror Story
WRITING LESSON: Writing A Horror Story
WRITING LESSON: Writing A Horror Story
WRITING LESSON: Writing A Horror Story
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Halloween is a fun time to look at scary stories, and a great opportunity to get students to buy into writing! This three-day activity really focuses students on developing a short story from start to finish.

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*PLEASE NOTE: Included in this product are detailed lesson plans, worksheets and handouts required for the three days.

DAY ONE: Students start planning their horror story, with teaching opportunities for looking at elements of a story, developing characters setting and understanding plot structure.
Included Worksheets:
- Elements of a Story Handout
- Character and Setting Worksheet
- Developing the Plot Worksheet

DAY TWO: Students write in class. We often set writing as a homework task, but spending a whole lesson writing in class time can be an extremely beneficial task as it gives you, the teacher, the opportunity to work with individual students and provides a focused environment for students to work. *Obviously, if time does not permit, you could assign this for homework.
Included Worksheets:
- Self-Checklist Worksheets

DAY THREE: Students share their draft stories with their peers and they review, comment on and edit each other’s work. This is a beneficial exercise for students to learn to be constructively critical and for them to see what you look for in written work.
Included Worksheets:
- Peer Editing Worksheets
- Marking Rubric

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Total Pages
9
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
3 days
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