The students write a letter to one of the characters in the book, asking specific questions and stating concerns that they discover while reading.
The students write a poem to show their affective experience to the book.
The students choose a scenario to act out that is somehow related to the message of the book.
Your opinion of the book
What are your opinions of the book? Do you like it? Do you agree with it? The students create a list of pros and cons about the book on a poster board. Explain.
The nation and a sense of unity is something that the author claims is very important. The students locate things within their own communities that help to keep it unified.
In section one, the author begins the book by writing a letter to his nephew circa 1965. He explains the...
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