Place the names of all the characters in the stories into a hat. Select two students from the class and have each one draw a name. Have the students improvise a conversation between the two characters. Be careful not to let the students break character.
"Adam, One Afternoon" is an allegory for the story of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden. Have each student present their other favorite allegorical writings.
Who Am I?
Write the names of characters from the book on slips of paper and drop them into a hat. Have a student draw a name and, without looking at what the paper says, stick the piece of paper on his or her forehead. The student can then ask the other students "yes" or "no" questions about who "they" might possibly be in order to try and guess the character he...
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