This play is about the typical lives of a small American town in the 1930's. This would be affective in the classroom in several ways; one being that it is a play and would give students experience in reading other types of lit other than novels. I think that this play also carries some important critiques both in narrative style (this play is well known for breaking down the fourth wall) and social commentaries. This may be a bit challenging to students at first, but I think that it affords students the opportunities to make connections from this text to their own lives.read more
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