Whenever I introduce point of view to my students, I tell them to think about a time when they had a disagreement with a friend. They each tell their story of what happened, and there will be some things that are the same in each of their stories. However, there will also be some things that are different, because they each have their own point of view! It's the same with common stories, we all know the point of view of Little Red Riding Hood, but what about the wolf? With these fun activities, your students will analyze this common fairy tale, and they will now see the villains point of view!
First, you will need any traditional version of Little Red Riding Hood, and the wolfs side using the fractured fairy tale Honestly, Red Riding Hood was Rotten, by Trisha Speed Shaskan. Then, you can spend all week analyzing each story with the graphic organizers provided, and for a concluding activity they will pick a side and write a detailed paragraph why using evidence from the story. A craftivity is provided to go with this, and examples are shown in the product. My students loved this!
I hope your students have as much fun with this as mine did! We had a blast choosing a side and debating back and forth. Talk about engagement!
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