Unit: The Color Purple - Novel Study

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Unit Description

In this Unit students will complete a novel study using The Color Purple by Alice Walker to define, analyze and interpret plot, setting, character traits, main idea, author's purpose and supporting details.

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Introduction To Color Purple

Students will be able to: Understand the setting and cultural context of when "The Color Purple" was written. Explain the general plot of the novel.

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Chapters 1 - 47 Resources: 1

Students will be able to analyze the novels plot, character development and author's purpose.

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Chapters 48 - 56 Resources: 1

Students will be able to analyze and interpret the novel thus far and express their observations and conclusions verbally in a large group setting.

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Chapters 57 - 81 Resources: 1

Students will be able to analyze and interpret the novel thus far and express their observations and conclusions verbally in a large group setting.

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Chapters 82 - 90 Resources: 1

Students will be able to analyze and interpret the novel thus far and express their observations and conclusions verbally in a large group setting.

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Watching The Movie - The Color Purple Resources: 2

Students will be able to: Compare and contrast the film version to the novel. Synthesize the information learned from the unit of study with what they see in the film. Analyze a quote and how it reflects Celie's growth

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Writing With Alice Walker

Students will be able to write persuasive or informative letters to Alice Walker describing their interpretation of a color purple

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