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This is a boring title (intro) slide. Edit and make exciting. Alliteration Story: ????????????????. By: Your Name Here (Period ?). Delete this slide after all has been verified. Directions. Write an amusing, creative story using alliteration.

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Alliteration story

This is a boring title (intro) slide. Edit and make exciting.

Alliteration Story: ????????????????

By: Your Name Here (Period ?)


Directions

Delete this slide after all has been verified.

Directions

  • Write an amusing, creative story using alliteration.

  • Decide what letter sound will be repetitive throughout the story.

  • Must include some character “dialogue”.

  • Must have distinct paragraph structure.

  • Include images that reflect the plot.

  • Choose 6 unique terms from your story to include on your glossary page

  • Keep a dictionary or thesaurus nearby.

  • Underline or boldyour examples of alliteration.

  • Spellcheck and use standard English.

  • The body of your actual alliteration story should be at least 200words.

  • Add color and creativity.

  • Summarize your story in a 4 line rhyme. Include the rhyme scheme (example A-B-A-B).

Examples at http://americanfolklore.net/folklore/jokes-riddles-tongue-twisters/.


Story title

Story Title

Indent 5 spaces to begin a new paragraph. Begin with an attention grabbing opening. Your story should have a beginning, middle, and end.

The first paragraph might be introduced with characters and setting. The next few paragraphs could be the body, including the conflict, complications, and climax.

Remember to include character dialogue and the quotation marks. See the examples on the American Folklore webpage.

Your final paragraph should be the conclusion. Avoid saying, “The End”, or “That all for my story”. Write specific events that bring about the resolution.

Feel free to copy (duplicate this page) if you need additional space for your alliteration story.

Add images throughout your project.


Story title1

Story Title

Indent 5 spaces to begin a new paragraph. Begin with an attention grabbing opening. Your story should have a beginning, middle, and end.

The first paragraph might be introduced with characters and setting. The next few paragraphs could be the body, including the conflict, complications, and climax.

Remember to include character dialogue and the quotation marks. See the examples on the American Folklore webpage.

Your final paragraph should be the conclusion. Avoid saying, “The End”, or “That all for my story”. Write specific events that bring about the resolution.

Feel free to copy (duplicate this page) if you need additional space for your alliteration story.

Add images throughout your project.


Story title2

Story Title

Indent 5 spaces to begin a new paragraph. Begin with an attention grabbing opening. Your story should have a beginning, middle, and end.

The first paragraph might be introduced with characters and setting. The next few paragraphs could be the body, including the conflict, complications, and climax.

Remember to include character dialogue and the quotation marks. See the examples on the American Folklore webpage.

Your final paragraph should be the conclusion. Avoid saying, “The End”, or “That all for my story”. Write specific events that bring about the resolution.

Feel free to copy (duplicate this page) if you need additional space for your alliteration story.

Add images throughout your project.


Rhyming summary

Rhyming Summary

EXAMPLE

  • Patrickwent to Pennsylvania, (A)

  • Proudlypurchaseda can Pringles, (B)

  • Patrickdrove his Porscheto Penny(C)

  • She phoned - he was now painfullysingle. (B)


Glossary

Glossary

  • Term 1 – (include part of speech) provide definition here

  • Term 2 – (include part of speech) provide definition here

  • Term 3 – (include part of speech) provide definition here

  • Term 4 – (include part of speech) provide definition here

  • Term 5 – (include part of speech) provide definition here

  • Term 6 – (include part of speech) provide definition here


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