We’ve all read great stories that end in a rush, and others that should have ended sooner. These four comprehensive activities apply secrets from master storytellers to help students discover how to write effective story endings. They will learn to -
• Review the closing lines of famous novels and develop their own style.
• Discover how to use writing prompts to find their starting point.
• Try out expert techniques to bring their stories to a close.
• Stay motivated, right to the end.
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Resources included in this plan
Leveled Literary Examples
Reading and Comprehension
Online Resource Links
Speaking and listening, planning, writing, reviewing.