Create a time line including illustrations of the events from Sharpe's Enemy. Include a map showing the locations of Sharpe's various adventures.
Read another book about Sharpe and write a comparison and contrast between the two of them.
Write a physical, emotional, and relational description of Sharpe. Include a psychological profile of him. Add a portrait to go along with your written description.
Create three posters about Sharpe's Enemy using a variety of media such as chalk, paint, markers, and watercolors.
Pretend you are a TV reporter and provide an on-scene report about one part of the battle at Andrados.
Talk About Sharpe's Enemy
Talk about Sharpe's Enemy to another class who has not read the book. Include a short reading to encourage students in the other class to want to read this book. Explain why you chose the part you...
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