Expose students to a little more Woolf with a viewing of the films Mrs. Dalloway (staring Vanessa Redgrave) or Orlando (starring Tilda Swinton).
Create collages based on the important terms from the novel--integrity, unencumbered, freedom, etc., to help students visualize the themes they have studied.
Have students design book jackets for the novel based on the images that are important to them in the text.
Draw, paint, or digitize visual interpretations of what Woolf's different fictional characters look like--Professor X, the Marys, etc.--to help students put a face with a characterization.
View art that represents the strife between the sexes in different decades to help students understand the progression of feminism and the reaction to it.
View a documentary, news articles, or present a lesson on the feminist movement and its roots. Discuss how what we learn in the...
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