Without using words, students are to come to the front of the class and pantomime the actions of a scene. This is particularly useful when studying Action, Objective, and Subtext. Students should mime out the physical embodiment of what each person is doing to another.
Students may create a web page which details the characters in "The Cider House Rules". Students may choose images of actors, real people, historical images, etc. Students should ensure the privacy of the web page to prevent copyright infringement over any images.
Write a Letter
Ask students to write a letter from one person to another in the text. Think as the character would think, and write about what they would be concerned with.
Draw the Setting
Have students draw one of the descriptions of the setting in the text, or create a model or collage of the setting described...
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