Read Chapters 16-19 (aka finish Part 2 of the novel) over the break. You must continue to:
***WE WILL FINISH OUT GROUP MASTERY WORK PROJECT ON THE MONDAY WE RETURN FROM BREAK...THIS WILL BE THE LAST DAY TO WORK ON THE MASTERY! BE SURE TO HAVE ALL OF YOUR INFORMATION READY TO GO***
FOR A BLOCK:
If you have frequently missed A-Block and have not had an opportunity to work in a group on the Mastery you have two options:
Please see below for more information on how to complete your theme trackers and the mastery work assignment.
Chapter 10 of Things Fall Apart shows us a formal “trial” in Umuofia. Achebe purposefully included this chapter to help show a truer picture of Africa & African people.
Write a TE/EA paragraph that addresses the question: How do the events of Chapter 10 help Achebe achieve some of his goals for the novel?
See a list of goals below, or choose your own:
In addition please read or begin Reading Ch. 11 for homework! It is a longer chapter and we will not be reading it in class. You may continue to add to your theme trackers and/or complete a reading journal.
***NOTE: The trip to go see "Black Panther" this week is based on a first come, first serve basis as well as your standing in my class. Please bring me your permission slips ASAP!
Please finish reading Chapter 9 of Things Fall Apart and answer the discussion questions:
Read Chapter 3 of Things Fall Apart over the weekend and complete another reading journal.
For homework you will be gathering some insight into the men in Okonkwo’s family (Unoka, Nwoye, and Okonkwo himself). Use Chapters 1-2 to gather your evidence. Complete the homework in your notebooks.