Gothic Narrative Writing

Gothic narrative writing and planning can be tricky, but this lesson support students in effectively planning out characters, protagonists, antagonists, villains, monsters, settings, plot, structure and themes before students write their own Gothic narratives and self-assess their stories through a clearly structured mark scheme. A very useful lesson for both KS3 and KS4 students.

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