The Bride's Diary
Kind of Activity:
Students will be able to explore the Bride’s inner thoughts and motivations and to practice creative writing skills
Common Core Standards:
The audience is given few clues pertaining to the Bride’s inner thoughts and emotions during Acts One and Two. We can guess about how she feels about her fiancé, Leonardo, and her upcoming wedding, but the Bride herself says very little. Why do students think Lorca might have made that choice?
Ask students to write a diary entry from the Bride’s perspective, delving into her inner emotional life and...
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