I am trying to recall a short story which I read in high school (early 70s). youngwriter, descriptive, short. Best Short Stories and Collections Everyone Should Read If you are on the lookout for great storytelling but don’t want to commit to a full-length novel, then short story collections are the answer. Add to library 1 Discussion 1 Browse more Mystery. Just the description of a moment in time when a girl was welcomed back to the world. Teachers, please see our new Classroom Reading service. Short stories are always a great choice. Some of them include some sensitive topics and can be fairly descriptive, so make sure you're comfortable with that sort of thing before reading. At the end of the story some boys are climbing through a window with hunting rifles. Teachers, please login or create an account to start accessing extra features. Read Descriptive Writing - A Busy Place from the story Short Stories by firegirl2110 (Lizzy) with 2,094 reads. -Descriptive Short Story, Year 7 English Assignment-Add to library 4 Discussion Browse more Realistic. At the end of the story some boys are climbing through a window with hunting rifles. Looking for even more short stories to read with your middle school and high school students? Read on for 15 recommendations from secondary English Language Arts teachers.

Then the rain came, and it asked her to stay. She could have left, she was so close, and then the rain came. Short Stories for High School II is our encore collection. You may also enjoy Poetry for Students, Civil War Stories and WWI Stories. Many of these stories can be read quite quickly so they make for great discussion topics in class. In addition to requiring less of a time commitment, they are an easy way to expose your students to new authors and genres. Loquacious Lovely Completed Realistic 7 weeks ago .

These are just a few stories I've written in my English/Creative Writing classes during high school. When The World Asked Her To Stay . Short Stories for High School Students Here are some short stories that deal with themes and subject matter appropriate for high school students. Whether it’s just before bed, during your commute, or waiting to see your doctor, small chunks of time are perfect for reading short stories. The thought of tackling a thick novel can be overwhelming, especially toward the end of the school year when attention spans and patience for reading are often running short. There are so many options out there, many of which can be used to teach a variety of literary elements and lead into interesting discussions and activities.