Two Sides to Every Story: Writing From a Different Perspective

Two Sides to Every Story: Writing From a Different Perspective
Encourage students to create an original story based on an existing text. After reading a selected story, students imagine how the story would be different if it were told from the perspective of another character. This activity addresses Common Core State Standards for writing and reading literature.

Grade Levels: 4 - 5

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