This Using the "Bad" Wolf from "Little Red Riding Hood" to Elicit Expressive Language lesson plan also includes:
How bad is bad? Writers choose precise words and phrases, telling details, and sensory language to convey a vivid picture of the Big, Bad Wolf, the vociferous, vicious villain of Little Red Riding Hood’s tale. Writers can be prompted by images from illustrated story books or left to create their own mental picture. Consider exchanging finished descriptions and having a partner illustrate the creature as described.