Points of view

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By Patricia Sealey — senior teacher and freelance writer.

Retelling the story of Peter and the Wolf from one character’s viewpoint.

Wolf's point of view

You will need

Prompt cards (see below); writing materials; character profiles (see ‘Sound of music’ activity); copies of Peter and the Wolf; word lists.

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