Famous Short Stories

Famous Short Stories

Short stories are much loved by people of all ages and there are some famous short stories that have enthralled people of all ages. Here we are going to give you a list of the most loved and well-known short stories.

Included in this product are 24 fact and opinion task cards.  All of cards contain excerpts from famous short stories (ex. Raymonds Run, A Retrieved Reformation, After Twenty Years, Old Ben, The Adventure of the Speckled Band, The Finish of Patsy Barnes, and many more)  The rigor increases with this product when you have the students choose several of the cards and explain how they know it is a fact or opinion.

Fact and Opinion Task Cards - Real Literature Examples

Included in this product are 24 fact and opinion task cards. All of cards contain excerpts from famous short stories (ex. Raymond's Run, A Retrieved

A short description of famous short stories with a surprise ending.

Short Stories With a Twist Ending

A description of famous short stories with surprise endings.

This resource will lead your students through 3 famous short stories: "The Pedestrian" by Ray Bradbury "The Lady or the Tiger" by Frank Stockton "Lamb to the Slaughter" by Roald Dahl Each story has the following resources: Author Profile Vocab Story formatted with annotations (see preview) Quiz Activity or

Short Stories Comprehensive Unit - Bradbury, Stockton, Dahl

This resource will lead your students through 3 famous short stories: "The Pedestrian" by Ray Bradbury "The Lady or the Tiger" by Frank Stockton "Lamb to the Slaughter" by Roald Dahl Each story has the following resources: Author Profile Vocab Story formatted with annotations (see preview) Quiz Activity or

Short stories to use for teaching middle school students a variety of story elements and skills.

Short Stories for Middle School

Popular short stories for middle school students and teenagers. Great choices for those new to the short story or for experienced readers.

If you're always reading a book (or three), these quotes are for you.

10 Quotes for the Ultimate Book Lover

You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.Lewis 10 Quotes for the Ultimate Book Lover

A packet of activities to accompany Roald Dahl's famous short story, "Lamb to the Slaughter". Included in this free resource: * Comprehension quest...

A packet of activities to accompany Roald Dahl's famous short story, "Lamb to the Slaughter". Included in this free resource: * Comprehension quest.

Very Short Stories For High School & Middle School

Dystopian Short Stories

Dystopian stories with short summaries and links for easy reading. For all fans of dystopian fiction.

Famous Short Stories For Middle School

Short Stories for Middle School

Popular short stories for students and teenagers. Great choices for those new to the short story or for experienced readers.

The Tell-Tale Heart is one of Edgar Allan Poe's most famous short stories.  This product has everything you need to teach the story in a comprehens...

The tell tale heart by edgar allan poe

The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe lesson, presentation, activities, video pages); product has everything needed to teach the story in a comprehensive and engaging way

This comic book has been designed to provide a visual setting for the narrative of 'The Tell Tale Heart' that will help the student come to a better understanding of the storyline by supplementing the literary devices and symbols that Poe used when writing his famous short story.

The Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe - Comic Book

This comic book has been designed to provide a visual setting for the narrative of 'The Tell Tale Heart' that will help the student come to a better

10 Wonderful Short Films Based on Famous Short Stories – Flavorwire

10 Wonderful Short Films Based on Famous Short Stories – Flavorwire

On Monday April 1, 2013, The Colbert Report managed to squeeze in a subtle reference to Shirley Jackson’s famous short story “The Lottery” at the very end of the clip below (titled “Health Care Lottery”). What’s especially impressive is that he doesn’t draw attention to the source material. This is ballsy considering that many people probably wouldn’t get the reference (unless of course there was a recent film adaptation or something that I don’t know about).

On Monday April The Colbert Report managed to squeeze in a subtle reference to Shirley Jackson's famous short story "The Lottery"

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