Everything you need to understand or teach Disoriental by Négar Djavadi.
In her novel entitled Disoriental, Négar Djavadi presents the stories of four different generations of the fictional Iranian family the Sadrs while using the confessional tone. Kimiâ, the first-person narrator of the text, engages directly with the reader as she depicts the pain and struggle inherent in having lived as an exile for most of her life. Over the course of the novel, Djavadi explores themes such as restrictive gender norms, family bonds, freedom, the pursuit of absolute power, and the role of motherhood.
Disoriental Lesson Plans contain 165 pages of teaching material, including: