Twilight Breaking Dawn Video Writing Prompts

 

 

K-2: Create Party Invitations

In the movie, everyone is invited to a wedding. Now, it's your turn to invite YOUR friends and family to a party.

 

Why are you having a party?

Will your party have a theme? If so, what will it be? (For instance, you could have a Twilight theme party. Everyone could come dressed as a vampire or werewolf. If you're throwing a party for a holiday, that could be the theme.)

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When will it be?

Where will it be?

 

Create an invitation to the party that includes all of this information. You can decorate it to match the theme!

 

3-5: Werewolf vs. Vampire Debate

If you had to be a vampire or a werewolf, which one would you choose. Why?

 

Provide at least 3 reasons you would prefer to be a vampire or werewolf. Think about the positive and negative aspects of both choices before you decide.

 

6-8: Picking Sides

Have you ever been in a situation where you had to pick sides? It can be difficult to choose between family members, friends or even sports teams.

 

Describe your experience picking sides. What side did you choose? Do you think you made the best decision? Why or why not?

 

9-12: Adapting Books for the Big Screen

The Twilight series is one of the most popular modern book series to become a movie franchise. When books are adapted into movies, there is always a debate about whether the book or movie is better.

 

Using either Twilight or another example, compare the experience of reading a book and watching a movie made about a book. Which did you prefer? Why?

 

Then, write a 2-3 paragraph letter to a friend arguing which version of they should choose.

 

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