Plot Line (Suspense Story Concept #1)

Plot Line (Suspense Story Concept #1)

Author: Nichole Carter

While reading short stories and poems written by Edgar Allan Poe we will be looking at 8.R.L.4 & 8.R.L.6 focusing on word choice, tone, connotation, and point of view.

Students will:

1. Learn about the expectations for the written component of our next summative assessent.

2. Remember plot line for a story

3. How to write like Poe.

At the end of tonight’s tutorial we will be reminding of the traditional plot line, what you will be asked to do for the written portion of the suspense unit, as well as how to “write like Poe” for this creative narrative!

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Tonight's video

Source: Created by Nichole Carter, power point and screencastomatic.com

Digital WSQ

Source: Created by Nichole Carter, original idea from Crystal Kirch