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After reading “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving students will write a story from the Headless Horseman’s point of view. Includes choices for a narrative or a non-traditional format (such as interview, newspaper article, Twitter posts, etc.) students will retell the chase with Ichabod from the Headless Horseman’s perspective. Also includes pre-writing worksheet to collect details about the legends of the horseman and his chase with Ichabod.
Headless Horseman's Story: Non-Traditional Format with Rubric
Headless Horseman's Story: Short Story Writing with Rubric
Prewriting: Gathering Details worksheet