Children revisit Bram Stoker's classic Dracula novel from the perspective of two other characters in this creative writing exercise. Students read two ictional accounts of an encounter with Count Dracula, each written by a different character from the classic 1879 novel. After reading them carefully, it's the students' write about these encounters, this time from the perspective of Dracula. Designed for a fifth grade literacy curriculum, this creative writing activity is a great way to explore both of characters and setting.
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