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Use the Nigerian fable in the novel Things Fall Apart to discuss the culture of Okonkwo's tribe with a creative writing exercise. I have also included a ticket out the door to tie the fable in to the plot of the novel.
If you like this short lesson--check out my collection of Things Fall Apart Literacy Stations. In addition to this lesson you will find 9 other short self-directed lessons that students cycle through. Things Fall Apart 10 Literacy Stations
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