This Develop an Alternate Ending to a Text by Brainstorming video also includes:
What if . . .? Is the view of the empty street in front of the White’s house the only possible ending to “The Monkey’s Paw”? The narrator of this short video models for viewers how to use brainstorming to generate possible alternative conclusions to W. W. Jacobs’ short story that remain true to his warning that we should not tempt fate, or we will suffer the consequences. Part one of a five-part series focusing on narrative writing and using “The Monkey’s Paw” as an anchor text, this video could be used alone, but should follow a close reading of the story.
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