Through close reading and textual analysis of Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe's 1958 novel about the British colonization of Nigeria, students learn how oral, linguistic, and literary strategies are used to present one’s own story and history through literature.
Students practice reading, listening to, and writing in a foreign language by making Internet excursions to foreign language websites.
Take a virtual tour of Paris, create an English language guide to French Internet resources, and compare journalistic practices in the United States and France.
Explore the traditions and conventions of haiku and compare this classic form of Japanese poetry to a related genre of Japanese visual art.
Examine the role of women in African society as represented in traditional artwork and post-colonial literature.
This lesson introduces students to Egyptian art, culture, and history through the ancient tomb paintings and mythological figures of the Book of the Dead.
Students will examine the art and history of ancient Egypt through the oldest writing system in the world. This lesson teaches students how to understand and write Egyptian hieroglyphs.