Reflection: Trust and Respect Using Visuals to Stir Stories - Section 2: Mini Lesson

 

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Using Visuals to Stir Stories

Unit 2: Short Story
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT: apply the characteristics of a short story into their final story starter.

Big Idea: By brainstorming elements of a short story, students will be able to apply these same elements to their own writing.

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English / Language Arts, conflict, Short Stories, setting (Creative Writing), Writing, Reading, characters, The Mysteries of Harris Burdick, The Fourth Stall, story starters
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