Asimov, Isaac: True Love
Dahl, Roald: Lamb to the Slaughter
Gaiman, Neil: We Can Get Them for You Wholesale
Holland, Roy: The Necklace
Peterson, Lennart: Disposal Unit
Wilde, Oscar: The Nightingale and the Rose
Chopin, Kate: The Story of an Hour
Conan Doyle, Arthur: The Adventure of the Speckled Band
Spannend, eignet sich für kreative Schreibaufgaben (Ende der story evtl. vorenthalten)
Im Rahmen ihrer phantastischen Facharbeit (PDF) über den Roman Afterdark des japanischen Autors Haruki Murakami (Amazon) hat meine LK-Schülerin Elisabeth Weber eine eigene Geschichte im Stil Murakamis geschrieben.
Join our journey through a classic short story, „A Jury of Her Peers,“ by Susan Glaspell. Along the way, you’ll solve the mystery of whether Minnie Wright killed her husband and explore the story’s literary elements. You will also encounter rest stops where you can read more about the structure of story and take part in activities related to „A Jury of Her Peers“.
Crowdsourcing. The Wisdom of the crowds. Social networking. Collaborative enterprise. The buzz these days is all about the network, the small pieces loosely joined. About how the sum of the parts is greater than the whole. About how working together and joining the dots serves the greater good and benefits our collective endeavours. […]
Starting on 18th March, Penguin UK is launching its most ambitious digital writing project to date. In collaboration with fêted alternate reality game designers, Penguin has challenged some of its top authors to create new forms of story – designed specially for the internet. Over six weeks writers will be pushing the envelope and creating tales that take full advantage of the immediacy, connectivity and interactivity that is now possible. These stories could not have been written 200, 20 or even 2 years ago.