Objective: This is a play and not the type of narrative students are used to reading. Before getting too far into the play, it is useful to understand the differences between a play and a narrative - which is what this lesson focuses on.
1. As a class, brainstorm a list of differences between a play and a narrative. Post this list in the front of the class where everyone can see it.
2. Divide the class into small groups. Ask each small group to pick the most important, or the top three, differences between a play and a narrative (the reasons must be on the class list). Have each small group create a presentation that shows why their differences are the most important. Share these with the class.
3. Class Discussion: Is a play or a narrative easier to read? Why? What does a narrative give you that a...
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