Mystery and Manners; Occasional Prose Fun Activities

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Fiction Writer

O'Connor says that a fiction writer must use his or her own realities to form a story. Pretend you are going to write a fictitious novel, and using O'Connor's idea that you have to use your own experiences, come up with a plot and characters. Your answer should be about three paragraphs.

Trivia Game

Split the class into two teams, and have one student asking questions. Use questions from the multiple choice section of this study guide or come up with new ones. Have the host ask a question. The first team to have a team member raise their hand gets to answer. If they answer correctly, award them one point. For an incorrect answer, give them no points and let the other team have a chance to answer. Team members may converse before they raise their hands only.

Song Writing

Make up a song about...

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