Bring in a video that reminds you of a setting from "The Wall Jumper". Be ready to present your article and explain your reasoning to the class.
Create a monologue for any character in "The Wall Jumper" and imagine what the character sees, says, and feels.
Create a limerick about just one of your characters in "The Wall Jumper".
Draw a scene from "The Wall Jumper" and explain what it means to you.
Point of View
Rewrite a chapter from the point of view of another character that is silent in The Wall Jumper.
Compare and Contrast
Compare and contrast your characters from the beginning of this story to the end and see how they have changed.
Imagine if you were going to describe one chapter of "The Wall Jumper" only through sounds. Pick a...
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