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Students write sequels to the classic story "Goldilocks and the Three Bears."
Students demonstrate creative-thinking and creative-writing skills. Students work together in cooperative groups.
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- Five years (or ten years) have passed. What has happened to Goldilocks? to the Three Bears?
- Goldilocks and Baby Bear are teenagers. What are they like?
- Goldilocks and Baby Bear are adults. What kind of lives do they live?
- When everyone has finished, ask groups to share their sequels with the class. Encourage students to discuss how they came up with their ideas.
AssessmentEvaluate students' sequels.
Lesson Plan SourceEducation World