This resource includes 2 short non-fiction extracts from author Robin Wright’s 2001 book set in Iran called “The Last Great Revolution”. The extracts include questions and an answer key. This is ideal for students studying Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis or it can also work as a stand-alone resource. It is suitable for classes analyzing unseen texts to write a commentary on the author’s technique and the effect on the reader. (*Please note: it is not endorsed by the IB. I created it to use in the classroom, based on Robin Wright's book.) I included author information, a map of Iran and a link to a photo blog of pictures from Iran to give students perspective and insight about the context and culture of the extracts. Thank you very much to author Robin Wright for granting copyright permission to me to include these extracts. For more information about the author, please see: http://robinwrightblog.blogspot.com.
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