I was inspired to put together this list of resources after reading Buffy J. Hamilton's Unquiet Library post from Oct. 16, 2009
Short Stories + iPods + Happy Readers. Her excellent post is chock full of ideas and resources. At the next English Department meeting I'll spend a few minutes introducing teachers to these:
Bartleby.com – a search for “short stories” turned up 183 results
Google Book Search has a short stories category (382 results)
Nine genres, listed with number of pages, age ranking, study questions, guides and activities, rating, dictionary feature for pronunciation and meaning, and how to contact the author. Notice the tab for children’s stories.
Classic Reader Search by author.
Lists 20 Great American Short Stories on the home page. Use the menu tabs to access an alphabetical list by title or author as well as a children’s section.
Classic Short Stories
Search by author or title.
A Few Project Ideas to Get You Started:
Book Trailers using iMovie or PowerPoint
Cartoons using online cartooning tools such as Toondo
Read, Write Think’s list of project ideas.
The English Companion Ning post and replies.
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