The Color Purple, by Alice Walker, can be a tough novel to teach in ANY classroom. Get your students UP and MOVING while they gear up to take on The Color Purple. This lesson not only lets the students think about certain themes they will be reading about in The Color Purple, but they will also be UP and MOVING while they defend WHY they think the way they think!
This lesson includes:
***A detailed teacher guide explaining the process of the activity
*** The Anticipation Guide worksheet
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