Are you reading a short story unit in your class? Do you want to have your students write a to assess their literary terms? You can accomplish all of this with Flash Fiction writing!
Flash Fiction is also known as a micro-story, napkin-story, or postcard fiction, and the focus of the story is not necessarily on the character or plot, though it has both. The emphasis of the story is the movement-each line peels back a layer that did not exist before.
Challenge your students’ creativity and writing skills with flash fiction writing. This type of writing tests your students’ ability to be confined to a word count. It is so much fun, and you will not believe your students’ imagination and ideas when they are confined to a word count. This is Google Classroom ready, and it is completely editable!
1.Writing a Hook Hyper Doc
2. Hyper Doc Worksheet
3. Google Slides for Writing Flash Fiction
4. Flash Fiction Worksheet-Explanations, Examples
5. Flash Fiction Examples-Resources Links
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