Bring raisins or raisin cookies to share with the class as you study A Raisin in the Sun.
Bring a collection of hats to school and let your classmates try them on. Encourage people to create characters based on the hats and they improvise scenes using the characters.
Make a radio version of the play by recording the script with sound effects. Share your recording with the class.
Write a monologue for one of the characters that is mentioned but doesn't appear in the play.
What music does the Younger family listen to? Put together a "mix tape" of music from the time that the family might hear on their radio.
Setting the Scenes
Design a set for the play. Pay attention to the stage directions and where the different parts of the action are located. Make a...
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