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Imaginary Places from the World of Literature

Imaginary Places from the World of Literature
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In "Imaginary Places from the World of Literature" students are given nine examples of imaginary lands taken from literature (i.e., Camelot, Xanadu, El Dorado, Oz, Vanity Fair, Atlantis, Utopia, Erewhon, and Shangri-La). Students are required to explain the origins of these lands and then account for how people use them in everyday speech. This activity has proven to be a useful exercise in many English and Language Arts classes. All of this is done through a reliable and easily accessible website, which has been included at the bottom of the exercise.
Total Pages
1 page
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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