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Use this Storytelling Arc handout with ANY short story, novel, or play. Click now for this FREE worksheet!

Help your students learn how to put together a murder mystery short story using the examples, tone, and phrases of Edgar Allan Poe! Students can use this "how-to" guide to help them develop all the elements of a short story that is also a murder mystery. There are great graphics that increase student participation and questions throughout the guide that help students understand the loop holes and issues that are typically seen when students are writing a short story. #highschoolenglish #writing

{If You Give a Mouse, Math Madness, Oh My!} Making the holidays educational and fun... this activity goes with the "If you give a Mouse" holiday book. *cute*

Writing 101: Now You Can Write a Story! ha- I like these doodles!

For introducing a new story. Have them fill it in as they read. Freebie

from INCIDENTAL COMICS: Story Structures by Grant Snider

Build schema by brainstorming characters and settings they know. Great for story writing and story maps.

AUTUMN starts to chill the air Until the trees look sad and bare, Time for fire-side tales, you know, Underneath the lamplight's glow. Makes you feel you want to sigh, Now the summer's stolen by.

WRITER #1:Tell the story about what was happening when this picture was taken. WRITER #2: Add to the the first writer's story. WRITER #3: Share your thoughts or the life lesson. WRITER #1: Read the story. Edit and revise it for clarity. Give it a title. Lesson link (Photo purchased from iStock)

This Talk was a few years ago, but the doodle is awesome - telling a story with Robert McKee