This activity gives the students the opportunity to write Dracula’s perspective of his life using the music of Taylor Swift’s song, “Bad Blood”. We all know the stereotypes of a vampire, but what if that is not really the story? Your students have the opportunity to explore this question, creating a song parody with Dracula’s real story.
In this Halloween Creative Writing Activity, your students will have the opportunity to write Dracula’s perspective of his life using the music from Taylor Swift’s song, “Bad Blood”. We all know the stereotypes of a vampire, but what if that is not really the story? Your students have the opportunity to explore this question, creating a song parody of Dracula’s “real story”.
This activity explores perspective, creative narrative writing, tone, and parody.
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*This lesson includes:
1. The complete lesson plan with Common Core standards
2. Instructions and worksheets for your students
3. Templates/stationary to create the song
This is a great activity to display in the classroom!
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