Analyze Biased views of "developing" countries!
Practice inference, analysis and paraphrase from an informational expository article and fictional literature close readings to analyze the biased, unquestioned beliefs about "developing" vs. "developed" nations.
The non-fiction and fictional texts help students master CCSS-aligned skills in Reading and Writing while helping them become open-minded and socially critical when examining biased points of view and unquestioned stereotypes of "developed" vs. "developing nations. Learn about "The Real Africa."
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- 3 page article that offers social critique to dismantle biased myths about Western "developed" countries' superiority to inferior "developing" African nations.
- 34 quotes from Barbara Kingsolver's novel, The Poisonwood Bible, to offer insights about the supposedly "Primitive" cultures.
- BONUS: 40 extra eye-opening, thought-provoking quotes from Barbara Kinsolver's novel, The Poisonwood Bible.
This is a great way to foster an open-minded perspective when discussing foreign cultures.
Use pages together or separately for 15 - 75 minute blocks. Printable is perfect to give to students while using your own copy for a projector, doc cam or screen shot presentation to use as is. No additional preparation required!
THE QUOTES IN THIS PRODUCT ARE EXCERPTS FROM BARBARA KINGSOLVER'S NOVEL, POISONWOOD BIBLE. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH BARBARA KINGSOLVER, POISONWOOD BIBLE, OR ANY PUBLISHING HOUSES; IT IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.
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