The students will take a field trip to a local museum to view the Japanese art.
Japanese printmaking is an important part of Japanese art and Japanese culture as it is used to tell stories. Within the classroom there will be small woodblocks, ink and paper. The students will choose their own blocks and colors to tell a story and create their own prints.
The students will write a letter to one of their favorite characters in the novel. They will ask the character questions and explain what it was they liked about the character.
The students will break into groups and choose a scene from the novel and create a theatrical interpretation of that scene. They should have some scenery, props and costumes incorporated into their scenes. They must perform the scenes in front of the class.
Japanese music is mentioned...
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