This Their Eyes Were Watching God: A Great Novel lesson plan also includes:
How can an author become the voice of a generation? After finishing Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, readers discuss what makes a book great and how Hurston's message echoes through generations in America. They write about the message they would like to send as a potential author and finish their final essays for the unit.
- Use the discussion topics and concepts in the activity to analyze the greatness and legacy of any novel
- Bring the idea of a voice of a generation to all the works of literature in your curriculum
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- Lists all materials, including topics for final essays, in a zip file and through links on the main page