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40 Excellent Short Stories For Middle School. Middle school is a funny place. Students can be mature and insightful one minute, obtuse and petulant the next. Yet even the most resistant scholar will enjoy a good story. The 40 stories below are sometimes surprising, other times hair-raising. They are all guaranteed to raise questions and instigate discussions in your classroom that can lead to meaningful dialogues about what really matters in the lives of your students. All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury | Short Story Unit | Short Story Unit on TpTAmigo Brothers by Piri ThomasThe Scholarship Jacket by Marta SalinasIcarus and Daedalus by Josephine Preston PeabodyFlowers for Algernon by Daniel KeysHarrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.Raymond’s Run by Toni Cade BambaraRules of the Game by Amy TanThe Monkey’s Paw by W.W.
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Write on board: Mrs. McDonald was found dead in her house on Tuesday at eight in the morning. You have to find who killed her and why. 2. 3. Option (a) Tell the students they are free to invent a story about why she is dead, and how; they can choose their own personalities and alibis, and decide who will be the inspector as he or she has to prepare a few questions to ask the suspects. The big 5.
SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE QUIZ. IMPORTANT NOTICE: You must send the fifth task to the English communication clickedu in a word file before the end of this week. 1st task Have you understood Slumdog millionaire?
You can check your knowledge of the film by doing these two quizzes: 2nd task Would you like to find out more things about the film? 3rd task Imagine you are Jamal participating in the contest "Who wants to be a millionaire? " 4th task A real slumdog millionaire You are going to watch a video about a real life "Slumdog millionaire", Vishal Netke, who won a million rupees on a TV game show. 5th task Choose one of these two subjects related with the film Slumdog millionaire and write a short paragraph (10 lines) about it. a) Jamal's diary Choose one event in Jamal's life that you consider important.
B) Jamal's description Describe Jamal: how he looks like, his feelings, his relationship with Samir and Latika, his childhood as a street kid in India... 6th task JAI HO, the song of Slumdog millionaire. SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE QUIZ. Slumdog Millionaire Fun Facts. Where does Jamal meet Latika for the first time?
Answer: On a riot-affected street of Mumbai The young Jamal and his elder brother Salim lose their mother in a communal riot in Mumbai. They try to flee to save their lives. While they run through the narrow lanes of Mumbai to find a safe place to hide from the attackers, the brothers see Latika standing on the road and a man near them is being set on fire by a group of rioters. Jamal then asks Latika to come with them if she wants to live.
From Quiz: "Slumdog Millionaire": The Story of Latika. When we first saw the young Jamal with his bother Salim, they were playing cricket in a rather unconventional location. Answer: On an airport tarmac The children were playing cricket on the runway of an airport situated next to the slums, and Jamal was knocked backwards while trying to catch the ball when an airplane came in for a landing. From Quiz: My Life as a "Slumdog". Who was the star of the 1973 hit film "Zanjeer"?