Map It Out
There are many cities in Persian Letters that have a prominent role in the culture. Create a map of France, Persia, or other areas mentioned in the books. Have students to put thumbtacks in major places and then explain its significance to the class.
Create 25 to 30 questions and answers for an jeopardy game for students to play. There should be several different categories and different point amounts depending on the difficulty of the question. Topics for categories may include: philosophers, critical history, characters in the book, and other areas.
One of the most important parts of becoming a critical thinker is to critique pieces of writing. Students should choose a part of Persian Letters and find a website, such as amazon.com and post a critique of the book.
Calling all Critics
Every book has its critics. Students should research what the...
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