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Create a graphic caricature of Mr. Brown and Reverend Smith as you picture them from the text of these chapters. Caricatures are pictorial representations in which the subject’s distinctive features or peculiarities are deliberately exaggerated to produce a comic or grotesque effect. You may choose to do your caricatures one of the following ways: 1. Draw your own portrait of both characters. 2. Produce a collage of each character from magazine clips of physical traits. For example, the eyes may be found in one ad, the lips in another, and the ears, hair, and other traits from other pictures. Below each caricature, write a short caption identifying the character. You may use your own words or choose a description from the chapter. Note to Teacher: Answers will vary. Student may choose from the text for Mr. Brown, “…on one of his frequent visits to the neighboring villages he had been presented with a carved elephant tusk, which was a sign of dignity and rank.” (Pg. 179) A caption for Reverend Smith might be‚ “He saw things as black and white. And black was evil.” (Pg. 184)
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Name: ________________________________ Date:_________________ Chapters 21-23 Graphic Caricature Objective: Synthesizing character traits Understanding the importance of detail Activity The differences between Mr. Brown and Reverend Smith present a vivid portrayal of their attitudes toward their Christian mission. Achebe, however, chooses not to give a physical description of either missionary, only allowing the reader to know they are white. The reader is left to imagine what each man looks like based on his actions, narration’s, and dialogues. Create a graphic caricature of Mr. Brown and Reverend Smith as you picture them from the text of these chapters. Caricatures are pictorial representations in which the subject’s distinctive features or peculiarities are deliberately exaggerated to produce a comic or grotesque effect. You may choose to do your caricatures one of the following ways: 1. Draw your own portrait of both characters. 2. Produce a collage of each character from magazine clips of physical traits. For example, the eyes may be found in one ad, the lips in another, and the ears, hair, and other traits from other pictures. Below each caricature, write a short caption identifying the character. You may use your own words or choose a description from the chapter. S - 115 Reproducible Student Worksheet Student’s Page Things Fall Apart
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T - 116 © Copyright 2005, Prestwick House, Inc. Teacher’s Page Things Fall Apart Chapter 23 News Reporting Objective : Visualizing and conveying detail Responding to literature Activity Imagine you are a reporter for a television news program. You have been assigned to cover the meeting between the District Commissioner and the six leaders from Umuofia. You and your camera crew are in a great vantage point of observation and begin taping the moment the men of Umuofia entered the marketplace.
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