SHORTENED_VERSION_Persepolis_Story_of_Return_Part_I

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This lesson contains 47 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

time-iconLesson duration is: 80 min

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The Soup
Tyrol
Pasta
The Pill
The Vegetable

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   THE SOUP

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Explain the effect of emanata in this panel.

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What emotions does Satrapi intend to convey in these panels? Try to place yourself in position of Satrapi. What would you feel if you were in her position? 

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Question 1: Explain the meaning and significance of the title 'The Soup'. How is the content of the chapter and the title connected?

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   TYROL

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Question 2: Compare and contrast Marjane's friends at school with Lucia & her family in Tyrol. In what ways do they make Marjane feel better about her new life?

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PASTA

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The Mandarine & The Second Sex by Simone de Beavoir

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Question 3: How might Simone De Beavoir and her work The Mandarine & The Second Sex influence Marjane and her mother?

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THE PILL

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THE VEGETABLE

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The Vegetable
Marjane says that her life in Austria felt like 'playing a game by somebody else's rules'. What does she mean by this? Does she have to play by 'somebody else's rules' to survive in her new home or not? 

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Marjane says that her life in Austria felt like 'playing a game by somebody else's rules'. What does she mean by this? Does she have to play by 'somebody else's rules' to survive in her new home or not?

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