Close Combat Fun Activities

W. E. B. Griffin
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Act like a photojournalist for the day, going into your town/city and taking photographs of locals and different areas. Try to get some aerial shots like Easterbrook achieves. Share your photos along with your own commentary with the class.


Create a limerick about just one of your characters in "Close Combat".


Bring in a video that reminds you of a setting from "Close Combat". Be ready to present your video and explain your reasoning to the class.


Create a monologue for any character in "Close Combat" and imagine what the character sees, says, and feels.

Point of View

Rewrite a chapter from the point of view of another character that is silent in "Close Combat".

Beginning to End

Compare and contrast four characters from the beginning of "Close Combat" to the end and see how they have changed.

Favorite Character

Describe your favorite...

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