Students will carry on a conversation mimicking Lionel's method of "tic-ing," or hearing, repeating, and building on a phrase another person uses.
Students will discuss the many different kinds of food Lionel enjoyed and contribute a food favorite to a festival where student brings a dish to share along with a story of how they came to like it.
In the same fashion as the orphaned Minna boys, students will form groups of four and become a "family" for the week. Afterward, they will meet and discuss who fell into the role of leader and how the experience changed their relationships with each other.
Murder they Wrote
Divide the class in two. Half of the class will write a short murder mystery and the other half will act in out.
Students will play a game where one student falls backwards...
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