The students write a letter to one of the characters in the play from the perspective of another character. For instance, the students may choose to write to Badua and Osam from the perspective of Anowa. This letter acts as the embodiment of everything the character is unable to say, but may want to say throughout the course of the play.
Each character has different characteristics that defines them. The students create flash cards with the characters name on one side and the characteristics on the other. They then play flash cards with another student, keeping track of how many the answer correctly.
The students create crossword puzzles, using clues from the text to answer the crossword puzzle questions.
Each student dresses up like a character from the play, and introduces themselves to the class, then speaks briefly on the elements...
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