Prove or Disprove: Why is Death and the King's Horseman more than a Clash of Cultures?

Unit 9: Death and the King's Horseman
Lesson 7 of 7

Objective: SWBAT analyze and present to the class how the author's choices impact the tension in the play by examining how the Yoruba and the British cope with colonialism.

Big Idea: Students will answer the essential question: Why is Death and the King's Horseman More than a Clash of Cultures?

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English / Language Arts, Postcolonialism, African Literature, Death and the King's Horseman, Wole Soyinka, character development, text structures
  95 minutes
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