I have created 10 literacy/learning stations for the Novel Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. This hero is almost Shakespearean in his tragedy, and it makes for a powerful read.
The literacy stations explore textual evidence, cultural norms, characterization, and symbolism...just to name a few.
Use the Nigerian fable in the novel Things Fall Apart to discuss the culture of Okonkwo's tribe with a creative writing exercise. I have also included a ticket out the door to tie the fable in to the plot of the novel.
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Let me make your life easier. Use these 11 constructed responses writing prompts to test your students textual analysis of Things Fall Apart. They include questions about: theme, characterization, text structure, plot, literary devices, conflict, and more. I've also included a handy rubric for easy
I've created 7 coloring pages that feature significant quotes from Achebe's Things Fall Apart. Use these posters as essay starters, test review, project ideas, constructed response details, or decorations for your classrooms. My students find the coloring very relaxing.
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Word Walls are an important part of the Common Core classroom. Students see patterns and relationships in words when they are easily accessible in the classroom. When vocabulary is studied in context it becomes relevant to the learner. When prominently displayed in the classroom, the words on the wo
This is a bundle of my best selling Things Fall Apart lessons. It will grow as I add more lessons for this novel. You will be able to re-download any new lessons after you purchase.