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Professional Development


Teaching the Short Story


Secondary language arts
Grade Levels:
Secondary
Length:
90 minutes
Taping Rights:
Unlimited
Teaching Materials:
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Program Schedule:
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Presenter Dewey Hensley, a teacher at South Oldham High School, offers a detailed approach to teaching secondary students to write short stories in this 90-minute KET seminar. He explores methods for generating ideas and characters, developing characters, setting up conflicts, plotting, creating leads, establishing point of view, and revising. Other topics include the components of short stories, keeping a writer’s notebook, descriptive writing, and crafting dialogue.

Audience: secondary English/language arts teachers

Teaching Materials

DOWNLOADABLE GUIDE
http://www.ket.org/education/guides/pd/teachingtheshortstory.pdf
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KET Professional Development
(800) 432-0951
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Lexington, KY 40502-2296
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