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Short Story Fair: Responding to Short Stories in Multiple Media and Genres

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Short Story Fair: Responding to Short Stories in Multiple Media and Genres

Grades 9 – 12
Lesson Plan Type Unit
Estimated Time Seven 50-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Patricia Schulze

Yankton, South Dakota

Publisher

National Council of Teachers of English

 

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Jody

November 27, 2012

This is definitely a lesson I can tweak and use. I have done something similar by allowing students to preview short stories from a selection and then choose the one they want to read and respond to. This meant many students read different stories, but they did not present the story to the class. I like this idea, and look forward to trying it with my classes.

 

Robert Brady

March 01, 2011

After, reading the related article in English Journal, I found this lesson plan. I tweaked it a little to focus more on analytical thinking skills, but the plan works well.

 

Shenitra Stokes Dees

March 05, 2010

I love this lesson plan!

 

 

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