I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up For Education and Was Shot by the Taliban Fun Activities

Malala Yousafzai
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Nonviolent Protest

Malala's plight for girls' education in Pakistan exhibits several examples of nonviolent protests. Additionally, Malala makes reference to other participants of civil disobedience such at Mahatma Gandhi. Conduct research on nonviolent protest and develop a presentation that examines Malala's actions of civil disobedience in the book.

The Importance of Education

Malala's father believes that the root of Pakistan's problems are a lack of education. Develop a presentation examining the importance of education to society and culture. Why is education an important aspect of freedom for oppressed peoples of the world?

Women and Purdah

Develop a presentation that examines the aspects of purdah within Muslim societies. In what ways are females kept secluded from men? Why? How does this custom impact women's roles in society?

Pakistani Games

Malala describes playing several board games and sports games during her childhood. Conduct research and create one of these games...

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