Reflection: Flexibility Is Oknokwo's Chi to Blame? Finding Textual Evidence to Support Conclusions - Section 2: Applying Knowledge: Whole Class Discussion

 
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Is Oknokwo's Chi to Blame? Finding Textual Evidence to Support Conclusions

Unit 7: Characterization and Cultural Motivations: Breaking Down Things Fall Apart
Lesson 8 of 16

Objective: SWBAT cite textual evidence to explain the changes in Okonkwo and Umuofia by examining the events in chapters 14 to 19 in Things Fall Apart

Big Idea: Big Changes are happening to Okonkwo and in Umuofia. Students will examine the impact of these changes on the characters in Things Fall Apart.

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English / Language Arts, small group, Things Fall Apart, Post Colonial African Literature, Whole Class Discussion , analyzing texts
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