Students will read and analyze short stories while learning about elements of fiction. This unit includes worksheets, quizzes, activities, and a project.

This resource is part of the English 10 course.

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Students fill out this worksheet as they read various short stories. It requires them to know and identify different literary terms. This resource is part of the Fiction Unit and the English 10 course.
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Students analyze characters from short stories they've read with this worksheet. In the Thought bubble, students write things that the character thinks/ thinks about. In the speech bubble, things the character says or talks about. In the arrows, places the character goes. In the heart, things the character cares about. In the "explosion bubble," things the character does. In the octagon, a physical description of the character. This resource is part of the Fiction Unit and the English 10 course.
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These are the vocabulary quizzes to accompany stories students read in this unit. Stories include: Everyday Use by Alice Walker A Sound of Thunder by Ray Bradbury Initiation by Sylvia Plath On the Rainy River by Tim O'Brien A Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie This resource is part of the Fiction Unit and the English 10 course.
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Once students have read a variety of short stories, they complete this activity as a way of identifying the things they enjoy in a story. This is a great link between reading fiction and writing short stories. This resource is part of the Fiction Unit and the English 10 course.
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Short Story Project

by Sarah Lorntson

Students complete this project after they have read several short stories in the fiction unit. This resource is part of the Fiction Unit and the English 10 course.
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In small groups, students complete this activity after they have read several short stories in the fiction unit. This resource is part of the Fiction Unit and the English 10 course.
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