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Complete one of the following activities: 1. Create an audiotape of your report. Do not read from the novel . You may include a musical background on your tape that reflects the atmosphere and actions in the chapter. Continue your report through the moment the six prisoners are set free because their kinsmen have paid the fine. 2. Create a video report. You should enlist classmates to portray Okonkwo and the five other Umuofians as well as the District Commissioner and his messengers. Include music, dialogue, and action that effectively portray the event. Continue your report through the moment the six prisoners are set free because their kinsmen have paid the fine. Present your report to the class. Note to Teacher: An alternative to this activity might be to have the students write a magazine article covering the events. The article could include illustrations or pictures and be presented to the class.
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Name: ________________________________ Date:_________________ 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. Complete one of the following activities: 1. Create an audiotape of your report. Do not read from the novel . You may include a musical background on your tape that reflects the atmosphere and actions in the chapter. Continue your report through the moment the six prisoners are set free because their kinsmen have paid the fine. 2. Create a video report. You should enlist classmates to portray Okonkwo and the five other Umuofians as well as the District Commissioner and his messengers. Include music, dialogue, and action that effectively portray the event. Continue your report through the moment the six prisoners are set free because their kinsmen have paid the fine. Present your report to the class. S - 117 Reproducible Student Worksheet Student’s Page Things Fall Apart
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T - 118 © Copyright 2005, Prestwick House, Inc. Teacher’s Page Things Fall Apart Chapter 25 Characterization Objective: Writing a Last Will and Testament for a character Using inference and interpreting text Activity After Okonkwo’s death, his family faces a time of grief, shame, and questions. Assume the persona of Okonkwo and write a Last Will and Testament that would be read to your family and friends after your death. Include in the document your possessions, your wishes, and your thoughts on life and death. Your Last Will and Testament should be typed and presented in a legal format, which will be read to the class. Note to Teacher: This activity could be amended to have Okonkwo leave everything to one individual‚ rather than having him distribute his possessions/wisdom/advice to his entire clan.
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