1. After reading several versions of Little Red Riding Hood
, write a personal narrative ("I" perspective)through the eyes of Little Red
herself to retell the favorite Grimm's Fairy Tale.
2. Depending on where Red
enters the traditional tale, you may need to invent some other characters or additional plot lines to include all pertinent plot details from Red
3. You may insert purposeful anachronisms for humor, but the story should still be set in medieval or "fairy tale" time.
4. Try to balance active scenes filled with dialogue and descriptive narration to paint verbal pictures for the reader.
5. Synesthesia: Place at least two examples of this in the story.
6. Motifs: 3-4 motifs should be included in the story.
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