Drama Lesson Plan for Schools-Fairy Tale Mixup

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Drama students create their own mixed-up fairy tales using grab-bag elements borrowed from a variety of stories!

Four pages. One page each of: good characters (protagonists); bad characters (antagonists); settings; and magic. In small groups, students draw one of each element and write their own original story.

For example: Write a story in which Little Red Riding Hood has an Evil Stepsister. The story takes place in a Palace and includes Three Magic Wishing Beans.

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