In ancient Greek theater, actors wore masks to represent their characters. Students choose one character from Til We Have Faces and create a 3-dimensional mask to represent that character's appearance, actions, and beliefs. They may use paper, fabric, papier mache, or any other material that seems appropriate to their character. They should be sure the materials and characteristics used will make the mask easy to identify for classmates. To accompany the masks, students write a paragraph explaining their choice of materials and visuals, including at least one quote from the text to support their choices. Students will turn in the mask and paragraph together.
In groups of five or six, create a map of Glome and its surrounding area, making sure to include all the landmarks within the kingdom and around them. Each person draws a detailed picture of one landmark The group should...
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