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High School Writing Project Anthology Short Story Collection - Kindle edition by Steven Roberts, Danica Myerson, Seth King, Lois Young, Stephanie Duncan.
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The story provides the literary experience of looking at a mountain field; the longer you look, the more you see. Every student's perspective is different and so is their view of this story's field.
A delightful mosaic of stand-alone, but related stories describing the development of a young man, George Willard , as he comes of age. The stories mark the significant episodes and relationships that have shaped his life and formed his character. The stories build toward the moment when he will leave Winesburg and his youth behind.
Each story can be enjoyed independently, revealing flawed yet endearing characters in Anderson's naturalist style. Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town. This is a fantastically funny short story collection from the Canadian author Stephen Leacock. Though largely lost to modern readers, it was once commonly said that "more people had heard of Stephen Leacock than Canada. This sublime story is based on the true-life ordeal that Crane endured in when a ship he boarded for Cuba ran aground and sank off the Florida coast.
A ten-foot long dinghy is a small boat for four men in calm water, it must have been rather harrowing in rough seas.
While this is another man versus nature story, it focuses more on nature's indiscriminate carelessness, and I admire this narrative's understated style. It is hard to comment on this story's content without spoiling its powerful effect on the reader, so I will refrain other than to recommend it for classrooms that are ready for mature discussions of sensitive topics.
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I think this story is best when previewed by the teacher, then assigned to the whole class for reading and a follow-up discussion. In this playful and funny short story, Mark Twain makes a humorous accounting of the differences between the sexes, writing first from Eve's point of view and then following up with Adam's point of view. This story is a gentle reminder that it's okay to lighten up and laugh at our differences.
The Minister's Black Veil. Writing prompts and suggested research projects encourage deeper analysis of the texts. Revised editions align instruction with a focus on close reading strategies and text-dependent questions and tasks. Standards alignment correlations are available for all titles.
Short Stories for High School
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