Students research Hawaiian culture and compare Hawaiian proverbs with those of another culture. They write their own proverbs and translate them into Hawaiian or another Polynesian language. They create a visual display of their research.
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Grade 12 ELA Module 1: Unit 1, Lesson 21
". . .the chickens have come home to roost." Chapter 16 of The Autobiography of Malcolm X is the focus of this lesson. Readers use their worksheets to record evidence of character development and Haley's stylistic choices that increase...
12th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
A “New English” in Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”: A Common Core Exemplar
To examine the “New English” Chinua Achebe uses in Things Fall Apart, readers complete a series of worksheets that ask them to examine similes, proverbs, and African folktales contained in the novel. Individuals explain the meaning...
9th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Things Fall Apart Study Guide
“There is no story that is not true.” And Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart, uses proverbs (“. . .the palm-oil with which words are eaten”), a compelling tragic hero, and historic events, to engage readers in the truth of his story of...
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