Day 13 ENGLISH 10 H Warm-Up: Discussion With your partner, discuss how the events of Chapter 9 (Enzinma’s illness) are connected to Ikemefuna’s death in the previous chapter. What conclusions might Okonkwo’s community draw from the juxtaposition of these two events? Reflecting on Character Relationships (p. 195) 3. Use the graphic organizer below to begin Okonkwo’s family tree. Write in the names of three of his relatives, adding details about each. Groups of 6 1. 2. 3. Creating an Ibo Tableau (freeze-frame of characters) Begin by writing the name of each character on its own index card and giving each group member a character card. Review the basic facts about your character. Write a short statement that your character will give. The statement should begin with “I am…”; then state your character’s name and reveal an interesting fact about that character. Just as the characters’ positions in the tableau will explain their relationships with one another, try to let the lines you write and the way you deliver them reveal your character’s attitude and personality. Work with your group to decide where each character should stand, how he or she should pose, and where he or she should be positioned in relation to others. Be prepared to present your tableau to the class. You and fellow characters should strike the pose and then step out of the freeze-frame one at a time to deliver your lines Chimamanda Adichie: The danger of a single story Video JOURNAL Write a journal explaining why your group posed the way they did. What was the rationale behind your character and where and how your character posed?