This Their Eyes Were Watching God: Narrative and Point of View lesson plan also includes:
Can a novel have an omniscient narrator and still show character point of view? Explore text structure with a lesson about Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God. Several discussion questions encourage kids to examine the way the book is set up, as well as different character relationships. Next, they write about a secondary character's experiences, and read Chapter 4 for homework.
- Perfect for an extended block-period language arts class, or multiple hour-long periods
- Put kids into group for the presentation about their secondary character, or have them recreate the scene dramatically on their own
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