This is a fantastic creative writing assignment for the classic Kipling short story, "Rikki-tikki-tavi." The assignment requires students to write to the audience of the story as Nagaina and explain how she is not the evil one, but instead the true victim of the story. This can be used in conjunction with teaching point of view and how it influences the reader/audience. This product includes a comprehensive writing assignment sheet for students, a rubric to assess the final copy and a peer review sheet for editing/proofreading/advising.
When you purchase this product you will receive three pages: writing assignment, peer review sheet, and rubric.