The Kite Runner Symbolism Creative Activity

The Kite Runner Symbolism Creative Activity
The Kite Runner Symbolism Creative Activity
The Kite Runner Symbolism Creative Activity
The Kite Runner Symbolism Creative Activity
The Kite Runner Symbolism Creative Activity
The Kite Runner Symbolism Creative Activity
The Kite Runner Symbolism Creative Activity
The Kite Runner Symbolism Creative Activity
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Common Core Standards
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This is a one-page, creative assignment that directs students to draw and write an interpretation of the kites and pomegranate tree in The Kite Runner. This would be best used after students read Chapter 14 or finish the novel. This can be used in class or as a homework assignment, or even as an option in a menu of focus activities. This helps students understand the duality of the symbols in The Kite Runner; they are complex enough to carry paradoxical meanings that highlight Amir's coming of age and quest for redemption. These make for a great discussion starter with higher-level students! The Zip file includes:

- Four student exemplars, each with an authentic interpretation
- A 1-page direction sheet with notes on symbolism and archetype
- A standards-based rubric for easy and quick scoring
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
Rubric only
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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