About This Chapter
Teaching Things Fall Apart - Chapter Summary
Our instructors have built this chapter to highlight strategies you can use for teaching Things Fall Apart to your students. Some of the techniques addressed in this chapter include:
- Activity ideas
- Prompts for essays
- Questions to encourage discussion
Our materials are accessible whenever you need them, since they are available through your online account. As long as you have a device that gets online, you can look more closely at our teacher resources. Our materials provide an excellent guide when you are making your lesson plans, or you can take our lessons and implement them directly into your classroom.
How It Helps
- Provides expert guidance: All of our resources have been designed by fellow educators with years of experience in the field, so you know these ideas will work in your classroom.
- Reduces planning stress: If you've never taught this text before, our chapter gives you a strong plan you can use in whole or in part, depending on your needs.
- Offers detailed resources: Every planning resource we offer in this chapter focuses on a different aspect of teaching the novel, providing you with well-researched sources to enhance your lesson plans.
By the end of this chapter, you should possess the skill to:
- Organize activities that address various elements of the novel
- Provide students discussion questions about the text
- Assign thoughtful essay prompts to help students better understand the novel
1. Things Fall Apart Activities
'Things Fall Apart' is a complex and important work that deals with many entangled themes. This lesson offers you some activities to make the text more meaningful for your students.
2. Things Fall Apart Discussion Questions
In this lesson, we will examine Chinua Achebe's famous book 'Things Fall Apart,' and come up with some discussions questions. These questions will be organized by topic and theme.
3. Things Fall Apart Essay Questions
In this lesson, we will examine some essay topics for Chinua Achebe's famous book 'Things Fall Apart.' These topics will be organized by theme to help you organize concepts and ideas for your students.
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