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Reading Lolita in Tehran. Pre-Reading Ms. Mitchell—Cultural Revolutions—Andover High School. Please arrange yourself into the following small groups. Bring something with which to write, as well as a notebook or piece of paper to write on.

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Reading lolita in tehran

Reading Lolita in Tehran

Pre-Reading

Ms. Mitchell—Cultural Revolutions—Andover High School


Please arrange yourself into the following small groups. Bring something with which to write, as well as a notebook or piece of paper to write on.


On your own what is your favorite book of all time now more importantly why
On your own: What is your favorite book of all time. Now, more importantly, why?

When I signal to, please share your thoughts with your group members.


Us more importantly, why?

  • As a group, brainstorm a list of texts that resonate with our lives here and now.

  • These texts can relevant to what you and your peers are experiencing as high school juniors and seniors, relevant to the community of Andover, relevant to the place we as a country are right now, etc. Those choices are up to you.


Independently why do we study literature

Independently: more importantly, why?Why do we study literature?

On my cue, discuss your answers as a group.


As a group discuss: more importantly, why?

  • Is literature still important to us as a society?

  • Why or why not?


Story telling

Independently: more importantly, why?

Story telling

*What is the importance of telling our stories to one another?

*What do we gain by telling our own stories?

*What do we gain by hearing the stories of others?

On my cue, discuss as a group


What are we afraid of what oppresses us as a society
What are we afraid of? more importantly, why?What oppresses us as a society?

Group Discussion:



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