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Some Discussion Questions
What do the items in this exhibit tell you about Israeli culture?
If you were illustrating "Breaking the Pig" would it look like the graphic novel in the exhibit? How might your illustration be different?
Is there anything you learned from one of the labels that you wouldn't have known just
by looking at the items in the exhibit? Is there anything you would change about the
Have your ideas about the story or the author changed after looking at this exhibit? If
so, in what ways?
If you wanted to research something related to this exhibit, what would it be?
What keywords would you use in Google or in a library database to try to find more
Adapted from the Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies' Ask Yourself Field Trip Guide