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Title: LORD OF THE FLIES


1
LORD OF THE FLIES
By William Golding An Interactive Learning
Adventure By Casandra Workman January 5, 2009
2
Instructions
  • You are about to embark on an adventure, similar
    to the boys in Lord of the Flies.
  • Before starting out on your journey, you will
    choose which character you will be during this
    adventure.
  • After you have chosen your character, you will
    make choices that will determine your destiny on
    the island.
  • .

3
Instructions continued
  • For each of your choices, you will be lead in
    different directions of the adventure.
  • However, beware of wrong choices. They will lead
    you down the wrong path.
  • When you have finished with your first character,
    try another characters adventure!
  • Only click on the links. Clicking anywhere else
    or using the arrow keys will not give you the
    complete experience of this activity.
  • Good Luck and Have Fun!

4
Characters
  • Ralph
  • Jack
  • Piggy
  • Simon
  • Roger

5
Ralph
  • At the beginning of the book, your first move is
  • Take over as chief.
  • Explore the island.
  • Use the conch to call a meeting.

6
Jack
  • At the beginning of the story, Jack is already a
    leader. Who does he lead?
  • The hunters
  • The choir
  • All of the boys

7
Piggy
Continue
8
Simon
  • Simon represents a
  • character in the story
  • comparable to Christ. He
  • sees things others do not.
  • Continue

9
Piggys real name is
  • Parker
  • George
  • Golding never reveals his real name

10
Roger
  • Roger does not have much interaction at the
    beginning of the story. He is a choir member, and
    also becomes one of the hunters.
  • Continue

11
Before holding the meeting to choose a chief, you
  • Explore the island
  • Come up with rules for the meetings

12
Although exploring the island is important, its
even more important to
  • Decide on a leader.
  • Use the conch to call a meeting.

13
After calling the meeting, the first thing you
choose to do is
  • Choose a leader.
  • Explore the island.
  • Hunt for food

14
Now that you have been chosen leader, you know
you need to
  • Explore the island
  • Build a rescue fire
  • Hunt for food

15
There is plenty of fruit on the island, so its
more important to
  • Explore the island
  • Build a rescue fire

16
  • Eventually, a rescue fire will be needed, but you
    have more important things to do first.
  • Go Back

17
You, Jack and Simon explore the fire, and find it
is uninhabited, but has plenty of fresh water and
a mountain where you can build a rescue
fire. Continue
18
You decide to build a rescue fire, using
  • Piggys glasses
  • Matches
  • A lighter

19
  • Unfortunately, that is not the source of making
    fire on the island.
  • Try Again!

20
Piggys specs are the only source for fire on
the island. They also symbolize
  • Society and the downfall of civilization
  • The hope of rescue
  • Intelligence

21
Although they help to build a rescue fire, the
specs actually represent________.
  • Society and the downfall of organization
  • Intelligence

22
Although many people struggle to steal the
specs, they actually symbolize
  • Hope for rescue
  • Intelligence

23
The specs do symbolize intelligence.
Ralph Piggy
24
Because he thinks hunting is important, Jack
angers Ralph by
  • Letting the rescue fire go out.
  • Being the first to kill a pig.
  • Refusing to let Ralph be leader after hes
    elected.

25
Because Jack lets the fire go out, a ship passes
the island and the boys arent rescued. Its at
this point that the groups begin to split. Jack
and Ralph each lead one group. Ralph
Continue Jack Continue
26
Ralph wants meat as much as the hunters. Hes
angry because
  • Letting the rescue fire go out.
  • Refusing to let Ralph be leader after hes
    elected.

27
Jack accepts Ralph as leader, but angers Ralph by
  • Letting the rescue fire go out.
  • Being the first to kill a pig.

28
Those who follow Ralph include
  • Piggy, Simon and Roger
  • Piggy, Roger and SamnEric
  • Piggy, Simon and SamnEric

29
Those who follow Jack include
  • The hunters, Roger and Maurice
  • The choir, Piggy, and SamnEric
  • The hunters, the choir and Piggy

30
One or two are correct, but not all three.
  • Try Again!

31
Correct! Piggy, Simon and SamnEric stay with
Ralph. However, when Jack kills a pig and has a
feast, the two tribes rejoin to enjoy the
festivities.
  • Continue

32
Roger, Maurice and the hunters follow Jack. At
this point in the book, they kill their first
pig, but in a violent manner that shows how
uncivilized and savage they are becoming. The
boys celebrate with a feast. Continue
33
During the feast, where the boys roast the pig,
what happens?
  • Jack kills Simon
  • Roger kills Simon
  • The boys kill Simon

34
  • Even though Simon dies, the boys in the crowd
    kill him, not Jack or Roger.
  • Continue

35
  • The boys kill Simon, mistaking him for the beast.
    They realize too late that it is Simon. Simons
    body is washed out to sea, as are all the other
    dead bodies on the island. Continue

36
Symbolism- Water
  • The washing away of the bodies is symbolic of
    washing away of the boys sins, washing away the
    evidence of things going badly on the island.
  • Continue

37
After Simon dies, who dies next on the island?
  • Jack
  • Ralph
  • Piggy

38
  • Although Jack is becoming more violent, he does
    not die.
  • Try Again

39
  • Ralph knows that things are falling apart on the
    island, but he is not a threat to Jack. At least,
    not yet
  • Try Again

40
Piggy dies
  • When Jack steals his glasses.
  • When Roger pushes a rock on him.
  • When he has an ass-mar attack and cant breathe.

41
Although Jack hates Piggy, he does not kill him.
Instead, Piggy dies
  • When Roger pushes a rock on him.
  • When he has an ass-mar attack and cant breathe.

42
Roger has become the executioner on the island,
following Jacks lead. He started off dangerous,
and now he has the freedom to kill those who he
thinks will get in Jacks way. Continue
43
Although he has ass-mar, Piggy does not die from
it. He dies when
  • When Jack steals his glasses.
  • When Roger pushes a rock on him.

44
After the death of Piggy, Jack and his hunters
force _______ to join their tribe.
  • Maurice
  • Ralph
  • SamnEric

45
Maurice is already a member of Jacks tribe.
  • _______ joins his tribe.
  • Ralph
  • SamnEric

46
Ralph is terrified of Jacks abuse of power. He
still believes he can lead the others.
  • ______ joins Jack.
  • Maurice
  • SamnEric

47
SamnEric are forced to join Jacks tribe. They
are terrified to stand up to Jack, but they do
warn Ralph that Jack intends on hunting
him. Continue
48
As Jack is hunting Ralph,what happens?
  • Jack kills Ralph and becomes the only leader on
    the island.
  • The boys are rescued by the Navy.
  • Ralph kills Jack, reclaiming his leadership role.

49
As much as he tries, Jack is unable to kill
Ralph. Instead
  • The boys are rescued by the Navy.
  • Ralph kills Jack, reclaiming his leadership role.

50
  • As Jack hunts Ralph, he sets the island on fire.
    Seeing the smoke, a Naval ship rescues the boys
    before they kill Ralph.
  • Try another character

51
Although he is fighting for his life, Ralph does
not kill Jack. What happens instead?
  • Jack kills Ralph and becomes the only leader on
    the island.
  • The boys are rescued by the Navy.

52
Golding never reveals Piggys real name. Piggy
fit his character too well, and represents the
hunt happening on the island. Continue
53
Unfortunately, George is not Piggys name. His
real name is
  • Parker.
  • The author does not give Piggys real name.

54
Unfortunately, Parker is not Piggys name. His
real name is
  • George.
  • The author does not give Piggys real name.

55
Piggy has one of the most important powers on the
island. What is this power?
  • Fire
  • Intelligence
  • Survival

56
Although he is one of the more intelligent of the
boys, this is not Piggys power. His power is
  • Fire
  • Survival

57
Thats Correct! Piggys specs are the only source
of fire on the island, and are one of the most
important objects they have. Continue
58
Although his specs are used for a rescue fire,
Piggys best power is
  • Fire
  • Intelligence

59
The glasses are important to the boys because
  • They allow Piggy to see.
  • They provide fire to help light the rescue fire,
    fire for warmth and fire for cooking.
  • Jack lost his glasses in the crash.

60
Although Piggy cannot see without them, the
glasses are more important because
  • They provide fire to help light the rescue fire,
    fire for warmth and fire for cooking.
  • Jack lost his glasses in the crash.

61
The glasses are the only source of fire on the
island, and knowing this, Jack and his tribe
attack Piggy during the night to steal the
glasses. Continue
62
Jack does not need glasses to see. The glasses
are important because
  • They allow Piggy to see.
  • They provide fire to help light the rescue fire,
    fire for warmth and fire for cooking.

63
At this point in the story, the boys separate
into two tribes. Ralphs tribe believes in order
and rules Jacks tribe is more concerned with
hunting and having fun. Continue
64
Ironically, Jack makes a statement in the
following video clip that is an example of verbal
irony. Listen to the video carefully to see if
you hear it. Continue
65
What is the example of verbal irony?
  • Continue

66
The verbal irony in the movie clip is
  •  I agree with Ralph. 
  •  Were English, and the English are best at
    everything.
  •  After all, were not savages. 

67
This statement is not ironic. A better example
would be
  •  Were English, and the English are best at
    everything.
  •  After all, were not savages. 

68
Although it could be, there is no evidence in the
book to support this, so a better example of
verbal irony would be
  •  I agree with Ralph. 
  •  After all, were not savages. 

69
Correct. At the time of the statement, Jack
believes what he says. However, it becomes ironic
when later in the story, the boys become more
savage-like. Continue
70
A symbol of the boys becoming more savage is
  • The rescue fire going out.
  • The boys painting their faces.
  • Maurice and Henry tormenting the younguns.

71
The rescue fire going out is symbolic of the hope
on the island dying. No fire means no rescue.
Try Again
72
By painting their faces, the boys are able to
hide their civilized selves, and do activities
they wouldnt normally do under normal
circumstances. Continue
73
Although Roger and Maurice pick on the younguns
earlier in the book, the civilized side of the
two boys prevents them from doing any real harm
to the younguns. Try Again
74
The boys begin to move away from rules, and begin
to let their own desires dictate their actions,
particularly Jack. This is dangerous for Piggy,
as Jack does not like him. Continue
75
Jack doesnt like Piggy because
  • Jack is a bully, and Piggy makes an easy target.
  • Piggy beat him to be chief.
  • Jack and Piggy didnt get along back in England.

76
Jack is aggressive and enjoys picking on Piggy
because Piggy makes an easy target, and is
generally annoying. Continue
77
Ralph beat out Jack, not Piggy. A better answer
would be
  • Jack is a bully, and Piggy makes an easy target.
  • Jack and Piggy didnt get along back in England.

78
It is unknown whether any of the boys knew each
previously, except the choir. A better answer
would be
  • Jack is a bully, and Piggy makes an easy target.
  • Piggy beat him to be chief.

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Although Ralph was chosen leader, Piggy offers
more to the group because
  • He fits in better with Jacks group.
  • Piggys dad is going to save them all.
  • He understands what is happening on the island
    better than Ralph.

80
Piggy fits in with Ralph, but is an outsider
elsewhere. Instead
  • Piggys dad is going to save them all.
  • He understands what is happening on the island
    better than Ralph.

81
Ralphs dad is in the Navy. Instead,
  • Piggy fits in better with Jacks group.
  • Piggy understands what is happening on the island
    better than Ralph.

82
Piggy is not only the most intelligent of the
boys, he is also the most aware of what is
happening on the island. However, tragically, no
one really listens to him, even
Ralph. Continue
83
When the two tribes split, Jack becomes more
savage and violent, while Ralph tried desperately
to hold onto control. However, Jack begins to
exert his power more and more. Continue
84
The Climax of the story occurs when
  • Jacks hunters kill their first pig.
  • Piggy is killed.
  • The boys mistake Simon for the beast and kill him.

85
Jack killing the pig is still part of the rising
action, as it demonstrates the dissentigration  of
society into wilderness. The climax occurs when
  • Piggy is killed.
  • The boys mistake Simon for the beast and kill him.

86
When Roger pushes the rock off Castle Rock,
killing Piggy and crushing the conch, this shows
the final decline of civilization and the loss of
all rules and order. Try Another Character
87
Although Simons death is vital, it is not the
turning point of the story. The climax occurs
when
  • Jacks hunters kill their first pig.
  • Piggy is killed.

88
Although he becomes the leader of the hunters,
that happens later in the story. Jack is first
leader of whom?
  • The choir
  • All of the boys

89
Jack was chosen leader of the choir from the
beginning of the novel. They respect him and
follow his orders. In fact, Simon is the only
choir boy who doesnt do exactly as Jack
says. Continue
90
Although he wants to be chief, Jack is never
leader of all the boys at any time. Instead, he
is leader of whom at the beginning of the novel?
  • The hunters
  • The choir

91
Jack explores the island with what other two
people?
  • Ralph and Simon
  • Ralph and Piggy
  • Piggy and Simon

92
Ralph and Simon help explore the island, where
they see
  • The beast
  • A pig
  • Other people

93
Although Ralph helps explore the island, Piggy
does not. Who explores the island with Jack?
  • Ralph and Simon
  • Piggy and Simon

94
Although Simon explores the island, Piggy does
not. Who explores the island with Jack?
  • Ralph and Simon
  • Ralph and Piggy

95
The littluns imagine they see the beast, but
while exploring the island, Jack, Ralph and Simon
see
  • A pig
  • Other people

96
The three boys see a pig during their exploration
of the island. Jack becomes obsessed with hunting
and killing a pig for the group. Continue
97
There are no other people on the island. The boys
see _______ while exploring the island.
  • The beast
  • A pig
  • Other people

98
Jack and Ralph clash the first time when
  • A ship passes the island, but the hunters have
    allowed the fire to go out.
  • A boy dies in a fire set on the mountain.
  • When Ralph defends Piggy.

99
Because he is so obsessed with killing a pig,
Jacks hunters dont tend to the fire and it goes
out. While it is out, a ship passes by the island
unaware of the boys presence. Continue
100
Although a boy dies in the fire, no one talks
about it. Ralph and Jack argue because
  • A ship passes the island, but the hunters have
    allowed the fire to go out.
  • When Ralph defends Piggy.

101
Ralph and Piggy get along, but he doesnt
confront Jack about Piggy. Instead, Ralph and
Jack argue because
  • A ship passes the island, but the hunters have
    allowed the fire to go out.
  • A boy dies in a fire set on the mountain.

102
Ralph is angry with Jack for ruining their chance
at rescue. Ralph begins to understand how
difficult it is to lead a group without any
adults around. Continue
103
Jack and Ralph further split when Jack
  • Kills Simon.
  • Steals Piggys glasses to start a fire.
  • Ruins all of the shelters during a pig hunt.

104
Jack doesnt kill Simon the boys do when they
mistake him for the beast. Jack and Ralph clash
when Jack
  • Steals Piggys glasses to start a fire.
  • Ruins all of the shelters during a pig hunt.

105
When Jack steals Piggys glasses, it splits the
two tribes into Jack and Ralphs tribes. By
stealing the glasses, Jacks tribe abandons all
order and rules. Continue
106
Jack does not ruin the shelters. He and Ralph
clash because Jack
  • Kills Simon.
  • Steals Piggys glasses to start a fire.

107
Although the boys reconcile briefly during the
feast, Jack attempts to sway the boys to join his
tribe with promises of parties and
meat. Continue
108
The final split in the tribe occurs when...
  • The boys kill Simon by the water, and dont
    appear remorseful.
  • Jack exiles Ralph and Piggy.
  • Ralph betrays Piggy by joining Jack.

109
Although an accident, the boys are not upset
about killing Simon. Golding foreshadows the
event by having the boys re-enact the event with
Roger. Continue
110
Although he doesnt welcome them, Jack doest
exile anyone. The final split occurs when
  • The boys kill Simon by the water, and dont
    appear remorseful.
  • Ralph betrays Piggy by joining Jack.

111
Throughout the story, Ralph and Piggy stick
together against Jack. The final split occurs
when
  • The boys kill Simon by the water, and dont
    appear remorseful.
  • Jack exiles Ralph and Piggy.

112
Foreshadowing means
  • Giving human-like qualities to inanimate objects
    or animals.
  • Hinting at events that will occur later in a
    literary work.
  • A comparison not using like or as.

113
This is actually an example of personification.
Foreshadowing is
  • Hinting at events that will occur later in a
    literary work.
  • A comparison not using like or as.

114
Correct! By portraying the sows death using
Roger, Golding is foreshadowing that some of the
boys are going to start dying. Continue
115
Metaphor is a comparison using like or as.
Foreshadowing is
  • Giving human-like qualities to inanimate objects
    or animals.
  • Hinting at events that will occur later in a
    literary work.

116
In fact, _____ becomes Jacks torturer and
executioner. He enjoys the pain he inflicts on
others.
  • Roger
  • Maurice
  • SamnEric

117
Although he resists hitting Henry with rocks at
the beginning of the story, Roger is the fastest
to turn from civilized into a savage. His first
truly violent act is the invasive murder of the
sow. Continue
118
SamnEric are kidnapped and forced to join Jacks
tribe, partly because _____ tortures them until
they agree.
  • Roger
  • Maurice

119
Maurice has a mean streak in him, but he does not
enjoy inflicting pain as much as
  • Roger
  • SamnEric

120
In an effort to distinguish himself from Ralph,
Jack
  • Paints his face.
  • Only lets his tribe eat meat.
  • Takes over Castle Rock as his fort.

121
Jack paints his face to hunt long before the
tribes split. To distinguish his tribe, Jack
  • Only lets his tribe eat meat.
  • Takes over Castle Rock as his fort.

122
Jack doesnt hold eating meat over the boys, even
offering Ralph and Piggy meat. He distinguishes
himself instead by
  • Paints his face.
  • Takes over Castle Rock as his fort.

123
By taking over Castle Rock, Jack separates the
hunters (his group) from Ralphs group, who want
rules and control. Continue
124
Castle Rock is an ideal place for Jacks tribe
because it is like a fort, and easily defended.
It also provides them with weapons for
attack. Continue
125
In fact, it is at Castle Rock that
  • Ralph finally surrenders to Jacks tribe.
  • Jack is killed by his hunters mistakenly.
  • Piggy is crushed by a rock pushed by Roger.

126
  • Continue

127
Ralph defies and resists joining Jack throughout
the book. At Castle Rock
  • Jack is killed by his hunters mistakenly.
  • Piggy is crushed by a rock pushed by Roger.

128
Jacks followers are fiercely loyal to Jack and
those who arent, fear him. At Castle Rock
  • Ralph finally surrenders to Jacks tribe.
  • Piggy is crushed by a rock pushed by Roger.

129
Roger murders Piggy by pushing a rock onto him
from Castle Rock, killing him and crushing the
conch shell. This is Rogers first human
murder. Continue
130
After the deaths of Simon and Piggy, Jack
  • Rejoins tribes with Ralph to prevent any more
    deaths.
  • Hunts Ralph on the island.
  • Kills SamnEric for helping Ralph.

131
Unfortunately, Jack does not feel remorse for the
deaths of Simon and Piggy instead, he
  • Hunts Ralph on the island.
  • Kills SamnEric for helping Ralph.

132
Jack begins to hunt Ralph much as he hunted the
pigs. Eventually, he sets fire to the island to
drive Ralph out in the open. Continue
133
Although they are tortured by Roger, SamnEric
survive. Instead, Jack
  • Rejoins tribes with Ralph to prevent any more
    deaths.
  • Hunts Ralph on the island.

134
Part of the reason that Simon sees things others
do not is
  • He is epileptic, and he sees hallucinations.
  • He is psychic and talks to the beast.
  • He is devoutly religious and can talk to God and
    the devil.

135
Simon suffers from seizures, and passes out from
the heat at the beginning of the story. His
fainting spells allow him to hallucinate
conversations. Continue
136
Simon does indeed have a conversation with the
Lord of the Flies. However, he is not psychic.
Instead
  • He is epileptic, and he sees hallucinations.
  • He is devoutly religious and can talk to God and
    the devil.

137
Although there is discussion of death and evil,
Golding never mentions religion. Instead
  • Simon is epileptic, and he sees hallucinations.
  • Simon is psychic and talks to the beast.

138
Simon is loyal to ____, and is one of the few to
  • Ralph help build shelters.
  • Jack suggest they split from Ralph.
  • Piggy keep the signal fire going.

139
Simon helps Ralph build shelters, although they
are not very stable. With only a few boys
helping, the shelters are unstable and only
partially finished. Continue
140
Jack is not pleased when Ralph is elected chief.
A better answer would be
  • Ralph help build shelters.
  • Piggy keep the signal fire going.

141
Although Piggy agrees with Ralph and wants a
signal fire, he is not effective in keeping it
going. A better answer is
  • Ralph help build shelters.
  • Jack suggest they split from Ralph.

142
Simon spends a lot of his time exploring the
island. In fact
  • He finds a hollow in some bushes.
  • His movements around the island scare the
    littluns.
  • He falls off a cliff during his explorations.

143
During his explorations, Simon discovers a
perfect hiding place,  in a little cabin
screened off from the open space by a few
leaves.  Continue
144
Although they are scared, Simon is not the cause
for the littluns fear. Instead
  • He finds a hollow in some bushes.
  • He falls off a cliff during his explorations.

145
The island is relatively safe, with lots of food
and water. During Simons explorations
  • He finds a hollow in some bushes.
  • His movements around the island scare the
    littluns.

146
The thicket allows Simon to think over what he
learns during his explorations. It allows him
isolation from the events happening in the
group. Continue
147
Because of his explorations and medical
conditions, Simon has an awareness beyond what
the others know. Continue
148
 Simon looked now, from Jack to Ralph to the
horizon, and what he saw seemed to make him
afraid.  Simon sees something the other boys do
not. Continue
149
What does Simon see?
  • He sees the similarities between Jack and Ralph
    and their priorities.
  • He sees the frustration of both boys about the
    lack of a signal fire.
  • He senses the two boys and their different
    priorities, and knows that things are changing.

150
Jack and Ralph are different leaders. What does
Simon see?
  • He sees the frustration of both boys about the
    lack of a signal fire.
  • He senses the two boys and their different
    priorities, and knows that things are changing.

151
Jack really doesnt care about the signal fire.
What does Simon see?
  • He sees the similarities between Jack and Ralph
    and their priorities.
  • He senses the two boys and their different
    priorities, and knows that things are changing.

152
Because of his ability to see things, Simon tries
to explain to the other boys about what is
happening on the island. Continue
153
Simon says,  I think we ought to climb the
mountain. Why does he want to climb the mountain?
  • He wants to explore where the twins saw the
    beast.
  • He wants to check on the signal fire.
  • He wants to set up camp so they can see farther
    out in the ocean.

154
Simon knows the beast is mostly a product of the
boys imaginations. He wants to boys to go to the
mountain during the day to show them that the
beast doesnt exist. Continue
155
The fire has been out since SamnEric saw the
beast. More importantly than the fire, Simon
  • Wants to explore where the twins saw the beast.
  • Wants to set up camp so they can see farther out
    in the ocean.

156
Being on top of the mountain wont help them see
a ship faster. A better response is
  • Simon wants to explore where the twins saw the
    beast.
  • Simon wants to check on the signal fire.

157
During an imagined conversation with the Lord of
the Flies, the pigs head tells Simon,  Fancy
thinking the Beast was something you could hunt
and kill.  Continue
158
The beast further states, Youre not wanted.
Understand? Were going to have fun on this
island! or else we shall do you?  This
statement is an example of a literary element.
  • Symbolism
  • Metaphor
  • Foreshadowing

159
A symbol represents something larger than itself.
This example isnt quite right. Try Again!
  • Metaphor
  • Foreshadowing

160
A metaphor is a comparison using like or as. This
statement does not make a comparison. Try Again!
  • Symbolism
  • Foreshadowing

161
When the beast tells this to Simon, he is
predicting violence that will happen on the
island. Specifically, he hints that if Simon
tries to tell the others there is no beast, Simon
will die. Continue
162
Simon tries to go back to the camp, to tell the
boys. What happens?
  • The boys believe him and are no longer afraid.
  • The boys think he is the beast, and kill him.
  • The boys dont believe him, and think he is
    insane.

163
The boys dont believe Simon because
  • The boys think he is the beast, and kill him.
  • They think he is insane.

164
Simon appears on the beach when the boys are
simulating the hunt with Roger. When Simon
appears, the boys are in such a frenzy and state
of fear, they think he is the beast. Continue
165
Although he has seizures, Simon is very aware of
whats happening on the island. When he tries to
tell the boys about the beast
  • The boys believe him and are no longer afraid.
  • The boys think he is the beast, and kill him.

166
The pigs warning comes true when the boys kill
Simon as he tries to tell them about the beast.
The boys dont realize it is Simon until it is
too late. Continue
167
Ralph and Piggy are sickened by the murder of
Simon, but are helpless to do anything. Simons
body is washed away by the tide, erasing the ugly
act.Try Another Character
168
The following statement is an example of
characterization and foreshadowing. It tells more
information about Roger. Continue
169
 There was a slight, furtive boy whom no one
knew, who kept to himself with an inner intensity
of avoidance and secrecy. Continue
170
What can you infer from this quote?
  • Roger has secrets and hides his true self well.
  • Roger is shy and doesnt like attention.
  • Jack overshadows everyone and doesnt let anyone
    else talk.

171
Not only does this tell you Roger hides his true
self, it also foreshadows
  • That Roger may not be who he seems and will cause
    trouble later.
  • That someone on the island doesnt like Roger.
  • That Roger is going to die because he doesnt let
    others help him.

172
This statement does not indicate Roger is shy.
Try Again!
  • Roger has secrets and hides his true self well.
  • Jack overshadows everyone and doesnt let anyone
    else talk.

173
This statement does not indicate that Jack is the
reason that Roger is secretive and not talking.
Try Again!
  • Roger has secrets and hides his true self well.
  • Roger is shy and doesnt like attention.

174
This statement hints that there is much about
Roger we dont know, including how he is going to
act, and his personality. In fact, in an incident
with Henry, Roger throws rocks at Henry but does
not hit him. Continue
175
The statement doesnt quite hint at this. Try
again!
  • That Roger may not be who he seems and will cause
    trouble later.
  • That Roger is going to die because he doesnt let
    others help him.

176
The statement doesnt quite hint at this. Try
again!
  • That Roger may not be who he seems and will cause
    trouble later.
  • That someone on the island doesnt like Roger.

177
Not hitting Henry shows that Roger
  • Likes Henry, but would willingly hurt others.
  • Is still bound by the laws of society that make
    people civilized.
  • Has really bad aim.

178
Roger doesnt hit Henry for another reason. What
is it?
  • He is still bound by the laws of society that
    make people civilized.
  • Henry has really bad aim.

179
Being students of a private school, and judging
by their actions, the boys have had rules
instilled in them to teach them to be civilized
people. Continue
180
Rogers aim may be off, but he is not trying to
hit Henry because Roger
  • Likes Henry, but would willingly hurt others.
  • Is still bound by the laws of society that make
    people civilized.

181
However, the longer the boys are on the island,
the more uncivilized they become. Some show this
decline into savageness by their dirty and unkemp
appearance. Continue
182
Roger and Jack show their savageness more by
  • Painting their faces to hide their true selves,
    allowing them to do things without feeling
    remorse.
  • Bullying the littluns and picking on the biguns.
  • Refusing to wear any clothing.

183
By wearing masks, the boys feel as if the things
they do are being done by someone else, thus
allowing them to do things they wouldnt normally
do, free of guilt. Continue
184
Roger and Jack are too focused on the hunt to
hurt anyone. Try Again!
  • Painting their faces to hide their true selves,
    allowing them to do things without feeling
    remorse.
  • Refusing to wear any clothing.

185
Although they do go without some clothing, the
boys always wear at least shorts. Try Again!
  • Painting their faces to hide their true selves,
    allowing them to do things without feeling
    remorse.
  • Bullying the littluns and picking on the biguns.

186
Roger begins to show his true colors when
  • He terrifies the littluns by pretending to be the
    beast.
  • He kills Simon after following him into the
    forest.
  • The boys kill a sow, and he tortures her with his
    spear.

187
Although the boys see a lot of things on the
island and think they are the beast, Roger is not
one of them.Try Again!
  • He kills Simon after following him into the
    forest.
  • The boys kill a sow, and he tortures her with his
    spear.

188
Roger does not kill Simon. Try Again!
  • He terrifies the littluns by pretending to be the
    beast.
  • The boys kill a sow, and he tortures her with his
    spear.

189
When the boys hunt and kill the second pig, Roger
uses his spear to violate and torture the sow,
before Jack slits her throat, thus killing
her. Continue
190
The violence of Rogers act is a turning point in
Rogers behavior on the island. He is no longer
bound by civilized rules, but is showing more of
his true self. Continue
191
Even though he doesnt not directly kill Simon,
by participating in the re-enactment of the hunt,
Roger is partially responsible for the resulting
frenzy that results in Simons death. Continue
192
When Jack splits from Ralphs group, Roger
  • Stays with Ralph as a spy so he can give
    information to Jack.
  • Goes with Jack.
  • Stays with Ralph because he doesnt trust Jack.

193
Roger is not spying on Ralph. Instead, he
  • Goes with Jack.
  • Stays with Ralph because he doesnt trust Jack.

194
Roger willingly goes with Jacks group, and
becomes the unofficial enforcer, punisher,
torturer, etc. He follows Jack without
question. Continue
195
Roger trusts Jack, so he
  • Stays with Ralph as a spy so he can give
    information to Jack.
  • Goes with Jack.

196
Rogers evilness emerges fully when he
  • Tortures and kills the sow.
  • When he kills Simon in front of the others.
  • When he kills Piggy.

197
Roger only begins to show his true colors when he
tortures the pig, but his true evilness doesnt
show until
  • He kills Simon in front of the others.
  • He kills Piggy.

198
Roger is not solely responsible for Simons
death everyone had a part. Roger shows his
evilness when he
  • Tortures and kills the sow.
  • When he kills Piggy.

199
When Ralph and his tribe go to retrieve the
glasses from Castle Rock, Roger intentionally
pushes a rock on Piggy, killing him and crushing
the conch. Continue
200
The destruction of the conch symbolizes
  • The end of civilization on the island.
  • The end of hope for rescue.
  • The end of Piggys life.

201
The conch represented order, government and rules
on the island. Its destruction symbolizes the end
of all of those things on the island, and thus
the end of civilization. Continue
202
Symbolism is when an object represents something
bigger than itself. A better answer is
  • The end of civilization on the island.
  • The end of Piggys life.

203
Symbolism is when an object represents something
bigger than itself. A better answer is
  • The end of civilization on the island.
  • The end of hope for rescue.

204
Roger is far more terrifying than Jack,  The
yelling ceased, and SamnEric lay looking up in
quiet terror. Roger advanced upon them as one
wielding a nameless authority. Continue
205
Rogers nature is further shown with quotes
like,   You dont know Roger. Hes a terror, 
and  Roger sharpened a stick at both
ends.  Continue
206
The two quotes about Roger demonstrate
  • He enjoys inflicting pain and fear on others.
  • He is planning on hunting again.
  • He is setting Ralph up through the twins.

207
Roger has become more dangerous than even Jack on
the island. Rogers main purpose is to inflict
pain, whereas Jack wants to hunt and to show his
power. Continue
208
Roger doesnt care about hunting as much as
causing pain. Instead
  • He is planning on hunting again.
  • He is setting Ralph up through the twins.

209
Although, the spear is meant for Ralph, Roger is
unaware of the twins helping Ralph. Instead
  • He enjoys inflicting pain and fear on others.
  • He is planning on hunting again.

210
Roger joins Jack in hunting Ralph. What happens?
  • Jack kills Ralph and becomes the only leader on
    the island.
  • The boys are rescued by the Navy.
  • Ralph kills Jack, reclaiming his leadership role.

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