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This project combines the universal symbolism of the mandala with a creative way to represent any type of text that your students are working on.
In the same way that the symbol of the mandala is universal, this project is universally applicable to any text. I used it with several novels, but it would also work with the hero’s journey in The Odyssey, the parts of the plot in “The Most Dangerous Game”, or the sequence of events in “Casey at the Bat”. The Mandala is the circle of life with a beginning and an end—all pieces of literature have this.
I’ve included some pictures from our class project, and I would love for you to post some of your mandalas on my blog: http://thecrazyenglishteacher.blogspot.com/
Here are some other projects that you might be interested in:
Alternative Summative Assessments for any Novel or Short Story
Fairy Tale Planning Chart for High School and Middle School
The Mandala Project: Use with any Short Story, Novel, or Poem
The Superhero Project: The Hero in Literature
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