This unit on Things Fall Apart includes a unit plan that outlines the goals for both reading and writing. There is a week-by-week outline. The adjoining lesson plans are meant to be a scaffolded method of guiding the students' reading. The "essential questions" are meant to orient the student to the larger ideas and themes of the work. The "getting it straight" section is meant to clarify the students' literal understanding and the "delve in" section is meant to challenge the student to think more deeply and, eventually, to plan their literary essay. This unit was only taught once and is most certainly a first draft.

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TFA Unit Plan

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Unit plan for Things Fall Apart.
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TFA Road Map chapters 1-4

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Literary Roadmap for Things Fall Apart
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TFA Road Map chapters 5-7

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Literary Roadmap for Things Fall Apart
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Literary Roadmap for Things Fall Apart
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Includes an encyclopedia entry and poem which help students gain background on imperialism and colonial perceptions of Africa.
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Paper Outline

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Handout to help students organize their literary essay.
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