Monsters are Due on Maple Street By Rod Serling Hyperdoc created by Tracy Enos- Template adapted from Ann Coates The code is 816141 Can you identify Different fears/ Phobias? Click on Sponge Bob to Play Engage: What are people afraid of? Play this Quizziz to find out! Log onto Flipgrid and complete the Fear Discussion Starter Activity Engage: Fear Discussion Starters Start with this Intro Prezi Explore Check out These 3 Resources for an introduction to our Story. What questions do you still have?? Explore: A Writer’s Toolbox Let’s continue our discussion about how a writer creates suspense. Open up your Notes sheet. Become Since Today’s story is a teleplay, we’re going to act it out! Who do you want to play? Example #1 From the Text What technique did the author use to create suspense? Be specific. How did the suspense affect you while you read? Apply Find and analyze 2 examples of suspense in the story. Example #2 From the Text What technique did the author use to create suspense? Be specific. How did the suspense affect you while you read? Apply Find and analyze 2 examples of suspense in the story. Share How does Serling create suspense in this story? What techniques from our notes does he use? Discuss with a partner. Share a summary of your response on this Padlet. You can create a note alone or with your partner Reflect If you had to sum up the theme of the story in one sentence, what would you say? Add your Theme sentence to this collaborative Doc. What can we learn? Reflect Let’s take a look at the Twilight Episode itself to compare and contrast the versions. Extend For another drama to keep you on the edge of your seat Check out “Sorry Wrong Number!” Extend For more Twilight Zone, Check out the 10 Greatest episodes here.