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5a1c410e3e3f8 CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO VIEW THE SLIDESHOW Andy Baumann reads his spooky western story
Rylee Broshous reads her spooky story titled "Vines"
Sydney Greenfield reads her spooky story based on a tropical setting
CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO VIEW THE SLIDESHOW Andy Baumann reads his spooky western story

Mrs. Leddy - Classroom Spotlight

Halloween is the perfect time for 7th grade students to write spooky narratives based on a spooky snapshot in their English/Language Arts classes.  Looking at a snapshot, students were instructed to use as many sensory details as they could in order to make their spooky stories spookier.  They also had to think about literary elements and how they were going to incorporate these into their stories.  After completing prewriting, a rough draft, revising and editing, and typing a final copy, these stories were ready to be shared with the class.

 

The students enjoyed writing and presenting these spooky stories based on spooky snapshots complete with eerie music playing in the background.   It was a fun activity for 7th graders to complete during Halloween week.

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