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Steinbach’s Examples: Devilish Hobgoblin Mausoleum Macabre

Steinbach’s Examples: Devilish Hobgoblin Mausoleum Macabre

Steinbach’s Examples: Devilish Hobgoblin Mausoleum Macabre. On your own paper, make a list of the 10 creepiest, spookiest, scariest words you can think of. . Edgar Allan Poe. Lived 1809-1849

By tucker
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Do you like mysteries or scary stories?

Do you like mysteries or scary stories?

Do you like mysteries or scary stories? . Some discussion questions:. Do you like scary or mystery stories? What are you favorite stories? A story can be in a movie, book or oral form . Why do you think some people like to be scared? What is the scariest experience

By bridie
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Edgar Allen Poe

Edgar Allen Poe

Edgar Allen Poe. The inventor of the detective fiction genre. About Allen Poe. Watch the video clip introducing the life of Allen Poe. Answer the questions on the worksheet. About Allen Poe. What jobs did Poe do in literary field? Answer: a writer, an editor and a literary critic.

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DETECTIVE FICTION

DETECTIVE FICTION

DETECTIVE FICTION. Lesson #1.

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Detective Fiction

Detective Fiction

Detective Fiction. Genre Introduction. The Genre. Detective fiction is one of the most popular types of the mystery genre among both children and adults. Detective Fiction is a puzzle that must be solved like a mathematical equation, a musical score, or a scientific experiment.

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DETECTIVE FICTION

DETECTIVE FICTION

DETECTIVE FICTION. Lesson #1.

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Genre: Fiction

Genre: Fiction

Chapters 7-10. Genre: Fiction. neglect ed page 45 . Meaning : ignored ; unnoticed Sentence : My neighbor’s neglected baby played dangerously close to our pool. reproach page 49 . Meaning : criticize ; scold

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Genre Fiction

Genre Fiction

Genre Fiction. By: Hunter Wright. Sub-Genres. Mystery -a book, short story, movie, or play that the plot involves a crime and remains unsolved and secretive until the end Horror -an overwhelming and painful feeling caused by something frightfully shocking, terrifying, or revolting

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Mystery/Detective Fiction

Mystery/Detective Fiction

Mystery/Detective Fiction. Mystery Genre. Also called “detective fiction” Involves a mysterious death or crime that is investigated The first detective story was “Murder in the Rue Morgue” by Edgar Allan Poe (1841). Elements of a Mystery. Detective- the main investigator

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Genre: Realistic Fiction

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Lesson 11 Day 3. Genre: Realistic Fiction. Author: Patricia C. McKissack. Question of the Day. If you were part of a talent show, what talent would you share with the audience? My talent is _____________. I would like to share my talent by ____________. Today’s Read Aloud.

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Genre: Realistic Fiction

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Lesson 11 day 4. Genre: Realistic Fiction. Author: Patricia C. McKissack. Have you ever helped someone feel better?. Question of the Day. I can help by ______. T74. Read Aloud. What would the purpose be for reading a story that is similar to another story you have read?

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Genre: Realistic Fiction

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Lesson 11 Day 3. Genre: Realistic Fiction. Author: Patricia C. McKissack. Question of the Day. If you were part of a talent show, what talent would you share with the audience? My talent is _____________. I would like to share my talent by ____________. Today’s Read Aloud.

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