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Title: Lord of the Flies


1
Lord of the Flies
  • What does it mean to be civilized?

2
Elections
  • We need to nominate twelve leaders who will
    represent our class the best academically.

3
Peer Teaching Day One
  1. Read your chapter in advance.
  2. Prepare a correct answer key for your chapter.
    This is due the first day of your teaching- at
    the start of class.
  3. Hand out the chapters assignment and read the
    content and language goals.
  4. Lead the class in reading the chapter aloud
    together the first day of your chapter.
  5. Explain the assignment (particularly the multiple
    intelligence activity and back side of the
    assignment) and assign it as homework. Allow
    class time to start the homework.

4
Peer Teaching Day Two
  • Collect the homework assignments (you and your
    group will correct them for homework, and your
    answer key will be returned to you)
  • Ask volunteers (the involuntary) to share their
    answers to each section of the homework and
    review correct answers for the assignment
    together.
  • If time allows you can
  • Show clips from the 1963 film version
  • Present media clips from other TV, movie, songs
    that allude to LotF
  • Lead an activity that requires problem solving,
    leadership, and teamwork.

5
Peer Teaching Rubric12 x 8 96 points
4 3 2 1
Knowledge Exhibits expertise on the chapter, answers student questions accurately, appears prepared, does fair share of groups work ¾ of Exhibits expertise on the chapter, answers student questions accurately, appears prepared, does fair share of groups work ½ of Exhibits expertise on the chapter, answers student questions accurately, appears prepared, does fair share of groups work ¼ of Exhibits expertise on the chapter, answers student questions accurately, appears prepared, does fair share of groups work
Preparation Read ahead, prepared key, corrected homework accurately on-time, can refer to previous chapters ¾ of Read ahead, prepared key, corrected homework accurately on-time, can refer to previous chapters ½ of Read ahead, prepared key, corrected homework accurately on-time, can refer to previous chapters ¼ of Read ahead, prepared key, corrected homework accurately on-time, can refer to previous chapters
Leadership Explained assignment, choose a variety of students to read or share answers, led extra activity, fair/kind/respectful to all peers ¾ of Explained assignment, choose a variety of students to read or share answers, led extra activity, fair/kind/respectful to all peers ½ of Explained assignment, choose a variety of students to read or share answers, led extra activity, fair/kind/respectful to all peers ¼ of Explained assignment, choose a variety of students to read or share answers, led extra activity, fair/kind/respectful to all peers
6
Project Option 1
  • Parody Movie Your movie version will mock the
    essential themes of the novel while moving it to
    a high school setting. Your cast must include
    Ralph, Piggy, Jack, Simon, and Samneric. A script
    is mandatory a project will be worth a maximum
    of half credit without a script. A well-planned,
    finished product is a must. The video must be
    formatted to share in the presentation on VHS,
    DVD, or YouTube location. 3 minute maximum. (Up
    to five credit earning members)

7
Project Option 2
Piggy, piggy, piggy, cant you see?
  • Rap or Song Summary (music video optional but
    encouraged) Summarize all 12 chapters in the
    lyrics of your song or rap. (Effective summaries
    highlight the most important details of each
    chapter.) Be prepared to perform your song/rap
    live or by recording (CD, DVD) and hand-in a
    typed copy of the lyrics that labels which lyrics
    match which chapter. (Individual project)

8
Project Option 3
  • Comic Book Write and draw a comic book
    (computer-aided optional) that includes all 12
    chapters in Lord of the Flies. Include four
    pictures and four dialog balloons for each
    chapter. Your drawings cannot include stick
    figures. The scenes and dialog you select must
    summarize the most important elements of each
    chapter. (Individual Project)

9
Project Option 4
  • Digital Story Write a script for the chapter you
    choose to reenact use many quotes directly from
    the novel. Draw, photograph, or Photoshop your
    own art to represent scenes from the novel. You
    will record the script, add the pictures, add
    sound effects and background music. Cite the
    source of any music you use at the end of your
    story. Use iMovie or Windows Movie Maker for this
    project. Bring your finished project on a USB
    drive, CD, or save it to YouTube. (Individual
    project 3 minute maximum)

10
Chapters for Digital Stories
Per 1 Per 3 Per 4 Per 5
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Project Option 5
  • Symbolic Poster Draw a poster for this novel
    including at least ten characters, objects, or
    events. You will need to have a plan before you
    start drawing to combine all the elements while
    choosing the most important symbols to highlight.
    Only undertake this project if you draw very
    well. Be prepared to explain your artistic
    choices for symbolism in depth. (Individual
    project)

12
Final Project Rubric
  • All projects are due before or at the beginning
    of class on November 12th. No exceptions.
  • Presentation of projects is required. Refusal to
    present will reduce score by 50.
  • All instructions must be followed for the project
    to be scored on this rubric. (Projects that do
    not follow instructions will be reduced by the
    percentage of instructions not followed.)
  • Groups students need to have done their fair
    share of the work to earn equivalent grades
    grades will be reduced a percentage according to
    the inequality of effort.

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Rubric (continued) 12 x 8 96 points
Category 4 3 2 1
Content - Accuracy All details are accurate, thorough, and well-chosen. 95 accurate, thorough, and well-chosen facts are displayed. 90 accurate, thorough, and well-chosen facts are displayed. 85 accurate, thorough, and well-chosen facts are displayed.
Required Elements- project meets requirements as outlined in instructions The project includes all minimum required elements mention in instructions. (12 chapters or 100 completion) All required elements mentioned in instructions are included on the project. (11 chapters or 95 completion) Most of the required elements from instructions are included on the project. (10 chapters or 90 completion) Several required elements were missing. (9 chapters or 85 completion)
Quality of Work Attractiveness- project is neat and organized Provides work of the highest quality. The project is exceptionally attractive in terms of design, layout, and neatness, audio quality, etc. Provides high quality work. The project is attractive in terms of design, layout and neatness, audio quality, etc. The project is acceptably attractive though it may be a bit messy. The project looks rushed and / or poorly planned. The project is distractingly messy or very poorly designed. It is not attractive. The project looks rushed and / or poorly planned.
14
Dorothy and Alice Teaching Symbolism
15
Pre-reading Goals
  • Content Goals- We will take a look at our
    question What does it mean to be civilized? to
    set the tone for our new novel Lord of the Flies.
    We will make inferences, compare contrast, and
    examine the authors purpose.
  • Language Goals- We will look at a famous painting
    and read it like a literary text, write answers
    to some questions, and discuss answers
    respectfully.

16
Considering all the visual cues Pablo Picasso
gives in his painting, Guernica, what inferences
can you make about the setting? Cite five or more
details from this visual text in your answer.
17
Compare/Contrast these two settings.
  • Discussion Points
  • 2 Similarities
  • 1 Difference
  • 1 Prediction
  • Artists Purpose

18
Agree or Disagree?
  • Being stranded on a tropical island would be
    paradise.
  • Children can naturally organize themselves.
  • Our environment can greatly impact the course of
    our lives.
  • Leaders rarely dominate weaker people.
  • People tend to follow a charismatic leader.
  • People often misjudge things they dont
    understand.
  • Children act differently from grown-ups.
  • There is usually a clear-cut winner in conflicts.

19
Question Answer Survey
  1. If this English class were put on a deserted,
    tropical island, what would happen?
  2. When you watch little kids play together, are
    they nice to each other?
  3. What is the cruelest, meanest thing youve ever
    done?
  4. Have you ever been hunting? Why? If so, did you
    kill anything, and how did that feel?
  5. Have you ever shot anyone/anything in a video
    game? How did that feel?
  6. Have you ever been alone, outside, in the dark?
    How did it feel?

20
Literary Elements
  • Allegory
  • Symbols Symbolism
  • Static character
  • Dynamic character
  • Irony
  • Theme
  • Good versus evil
  • Innate innocence
  • War military versus peace
  • Law order versus chaos

21
Kyrie Eleison Kyrie eleisonThese are the
lyrics of the song sung and background music
throughout the film version we will watch in
class.
  • n. inter 1. (R. C. Ch.) Greek words, meaning
    "Lord, have mercy upon us," used in the Mass, the
    breviary offices, the litany of the saints, etc.
    2. The name given to the response to the
    Commandments, in the service of the Church of
    England and of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
  • http//www.webster-dictionary.net/definition/Kyrie
    20eleison

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Ralph
  • Derived from the Anglo-Saxon word for council

23
Jack
  • Derived from Hebrew name Jacob which means
    supplanter or one who takes over

24
Piggy
  • Vulnerable, hunted, reduced importance, not
    respected (doesnt even rate being called by his
    real name).

25
Simon
  • Derived from Hebrew name Shimon which means one
    who listens or one who observes

26
Sam Eric Samneric
  • Identical twins who are always together

27
Roger
  • famous with a spear

28
Littluns
  • A name for all the little children mostly whose
    names we never learn.

29
William Golding, Author
  • Born in 1911, Golding was the son of an English
    schoolmaster, a many-talented man who believed
    strongly in science and rational thought. Golding
    often described his father's overwhelming
    influence on his life. The author graduated from
    Oxford University in 1935 and spent four years
    (later described by Golding as having been
    "wasted") writing, acting,. and producing for a
    next small London theater. Golding himself became
    schoolmaster for a year, after marrying Ann
    Brookfield in 1939 and before entering the
    British Royal Navy in 1940.
  • From an unknown schoolmaster in 1954, when Lord
    of the Flies was first published. In 1983 he was
    awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Golding
    died of a heart attack in 1993.
  • http//www.monmouth.com/literature/LOTF/student/B
    io.htm

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Authors Purpose
  • finally getting the idea for Lord of the Flies
    after reading a bedtime boys adventure story The
    Coral Island (1857) by R.M. Ballantyne to his
    small children. Golding wondered out loud to his
    wife whether it would be a good idea to write
    such a story but to let the characters "behave as
    they really would." His wife thought that would
    be a "first class idea." With that
    encouragement, Golding found that writing the
    story, the ideas for which had been germinating
    in his mind for some time, was simply a matter of
    getting it down on paper.
  • http//www.monmouth.com/literature/LOTF/student/B
    io.htm

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Irony
  • While watching this episode of The Twilight Zone,
    take notes on five or more situations that are
    ironic.

The Twilight ZoneI Shot an Arrow into the
Air 1960
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Chapter 1 The Sound of the Shell
  • Content Goal- We will make inferences,
    compare/contrast, and draw conclusions while
    actively reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

33
Vocabulary (LC04)
  • They were twins, and the eye was shocked and
    incredulous at such cheery duplication (19).
    (2pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

34
Language Practice
  • Piggy seamed to be the most intelligent Jack was
    the natural leader but Ralph was the most
    attractive and also possessed the conch (2 pts)

35
CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  1. (LC03) What is the most likely reason that Jack
    (tries to lead the boys)? Provide two details
    from chapter 1 to support your answer.
  2. (LA06) What are two differences between Piggy and
    Ralph? Include information from chapter 1 in your
    answer.
  3. (LT10) One conclusion a reader can draw from this
    chapter is that the conch represents leadership.
    Provide two details from the chapter to support
    this conclusion.

36
Multiple Intelligence Activity
  • In this chapter, Jack and the boys try to
    dominate the island by mapping and exploring it
    (man versus nature). Draw a map of the island
    based on the descriptions of chapter 1. (10
    details for 5 pts)

37
Positive Profile Ralph
  • Strengths  
  • Hobbies
  • Physical Description
  • Actions Words of Character  
  • Smartest Action Performed
  • Questionable Actions  
  • Positive Statement About the Character

38
Spongebob Squarepants Club Spongebob
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Chapter 2- Fire on the Mountain
  • Content Goal- We will make inferences, recognize
    conflict, and draw conclusions while actively
    reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

40
Vocabulary (LC04)
  • There was no laughter at all now and more grave
    watching. Ralph pushed both hands through his
    hair and looked at the little boy in mixed
    amusement and exasperation (36). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

41
Language Practice (Ch 2)
  • all Ralph had to do was waive the conch, and
    the others wood listen. He told them his dad is
    in the navy and most islands are mapped, so
    theyll be found soon (3 pts)

42
CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  1. (LC03) Explain how the beastie was important to
    the boy with the birthmark. Support your answer
    with two details from the chapter.
  2. (LA05) How does Jack contribute to the conflict
    in chapter 2? Include two details from the
    chapter in your answer.
  3. (LT10) What conclusion can the reader draw about
    the little boy with the birthmark? Provide two
    details from chapter 2 to support the conclusion.

43
Multiple Intelligence Activity
  • Ironically, these boys are free of teachers and
    rules, but one of their first concerns is making
    up rules for meetings and using the conch. List
    their rules for the conch and meetings. (3 pts)

44
Logographic Cues
  • Fire
  • Rescue
  • Simon
  • the Beastie
  • Food 
  • Hunting
  • Law order
  • A logographic cue is a simple symbol or picture
    (or logo) that acts as a visual reminder of an
    important literary element in a text, thereby
    providing a support for students as they read. It
    assists the reader in visualizing characters,
    setting, and motifs throughout the novel.
    (http//www.allamericareads.org/lessonplan/wyw/dur
    ing/logocues.htm)
  • Ralph 
  • Piggy
  • Jack

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Chapter 3- Huts on the Beach
  • Content Goal- We will summarize, recognize
    conflict, and make inferences about the authors
    purpose while actively reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

46
Vocabulary (LC04)
  • We want meat And we dont get it. Now the
    antagonism was audible. But I shall! Next time!
    Ive got a barb on this spear! (51). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

47
Language Practice
  • Ralph is fed up with meatings because he calls a
    meeting the boys all attend and decide to build a
    jet or something ridiculous. They work for about
    5 minutes before running of to play (2 pts)

48
CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  • (LC02) Write a summary of the shelter building.
    Include three main details from chapter 3 in your
    answer.
  • (LA05) How do Jack and his choir contribute to
    the conflict in chapter 3? Include two details
    from the chapter in your answer.
  • (LT08) What is the authors purpose for writing
    the last paragraph of the chapter including, The
    candle-buds opened their wide white flowers
    glimmering under the light that pricked down from
    the first stars. Their scent spilled out into the
    air and took possession of the island. Include
    two details from chapter 3 in your answer.

49
Multiple Intelligence Activity
  • Imagine you are stranded on an island with a
    random group of students from LHS survivors.
    Design (sketch) dream shelters for the LHS
    survivors using materials you could find on the
    island. (5 pts)

50
Jack Character Study
  • Click here to see the assignment.

51
Bear Grylls Survival School
  • Bear kills a snake in Sumatra
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vsm-m4cMGxp8
  • Bear Grylls in Panama
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?viCAEWUpnjdwfeature
    related

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Chapter 4- Painted Faces and Long Hair
  • Content Goal- We will learn about allegory, main
    idea, cause effect, and the authors purpose
    while actively reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

53
Cotton Bowl 2009 Texas Tech
Monday on VHS tape (Lord of the Flies is on DVD)
  • Look at page 64 The mask compelled them on.
  • Watch offensive linemen 71 and 76 in this video
    clip.
  • How are 71 and 76 similar to Jack and his hunters?

54
Vocabulary (LC04)
  • Piggy and the parody were so funny that the
    hunters began to laugh. Jack felt encouraged. He
    went on scrambling and the laughter rose to a
    gale of hysteria (72). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

55
Language Practice Ch 4
  • Piggy thought the kids smile meant he was
    friendly Piggy was an outsider cuz of his asthma,
    his spex, and his refusal to due physical work.
    (2 pts)

56
CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  • (LC01) Chapter 4 shows morality/immorality.
    Provide two details from chapter 4 that support
    morality/immorality as a theme.
  • (LA07) Explain why (Piggy was yelled at). Include
    two details from chapter 4 in your answer.
  • (LT08) The authors purpose for writing chapter 4
    may have been to show Simons kindness compared
    to other boys. Provide two details from chapter 4
    to support this purpose.

57
Literary Terms - Copy definitions to these terms
during discussion and have a working knowledge of
these terms to discuss the novel. (3 pts)
  • Allegory
  • Symbols Symbolism
  • Static character
  • Dynamic character
  • Irony
  • Theme

58
Multiple Intelligence Activity
  • The hunters disguise themselves in camouflage and
    face paint make hunting easier, but the disguises
    also allow them to act free of societys
    conventions (right versus wrong). Imagine you
    are one of the hunters, draw yourself disguised
    with the materials available on a tropical
    island. (3 pts)

59
Four Quadrants
  • Lord of the Flies assignments activities.doc
  • Page 10

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Chapter 5- Beast from Water
  • Content Goal- We will make predictions, contrast
    two characters, and evaluate a characters
    reasoning while actively reading Lord of the
    Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

61
Vocabulary (LC04) Ch 5
  • Fat lot of good we are, said Ralph. Three
    blind mice. Ill give up. If you give up, said
    Piggy, in an appalled whisper, what ud happen
    to me? (93). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

62
Language Practice Ch 5
  • Simon is to shy and in articulate, so when he
    trys to explain mans essential illness noone pays
    attention (3 pts)

63
CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  1. (LC03) Based on the information in chapter 5,
    predict what will most likely happen to Piggy if
    Jack succeeds in his coup détat (overthrow of
    the government). Include two details from this
    chapter in your answer.
  2. (LA06) What are two differences between Jack and
    Ralph that make Jack more popular? Include
    information from the chapter in your answer.
  3. (LT09) Why does Ralph discipline the group of
    boys during the meeting? Include two details from
    chapter 5 in your answer.

64
Multiple Intelligence Activity
  • The boys spend a lot of time at the meeting spot,
    and it is thoroughly described in this chapter
    (page 77). Draw the meeting spot and some of the
    boys at a meeting label the leaders to show
    where they sit compared to the rest. Include at
    least the beach, the platform, the logs, Ralph,
    the littluns, the sea, and the forest. (4 pts)

65
Somebody (Character) Wanted (Goal) But (Conflict) So (Resolution)
Ralph 1.) water 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 1.) jobs undone 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 1.) no change 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.)
Piggy 1.) 1.) 1.)
Jack 1.) 1.) 1.)
Littluns 1.) 1.) 1.)
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Chapter 6- Beast from Air
  • Content Goal- We will recognize theme, contrast
    elements of the story, and draw conclusions while
    actively reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

67
Vocabulary Chapter 6
  • I suppose you arent pulling our legs? The
    reply was too emphatic for anyone to doubt them.
    Piggy took the conch (101). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

68
Language Practice Ch 6
  • Ralph become very angry because they mite get
    rescued if they keep the fire going butt the boys
    prefer to explore the island. (2 pts)

69
CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  1. (LC01) The theme of chapter 6 is overcoming fear.
    Provide two details from the chapter that support
    this idea.
  2. (LA06) What are two differences between the new
    fort and the shelters? Include information from
    this chapter in your answer.
  3. (LT10) One conclusion that the reader can draw
    from chapter 6 is that mankind is the beast.
    Provide two details from chapter 6 to support
    this conclusion.

70
Multiple Intelligence Activity
  • Choose a familiar tune, and write lyrics that
    summarize this chapter (Mary Had a Little Lamb
    could turn into ) (10 pts)

71
Symbolism Literary Elements
  • Think like a genius the parachutist is
    a________________, so he represents the
    invasion of _________________ on the island.
    This could easily foreshadow __________________.

What is this literary device? with guano
layered on them like icing
72
Character is just like another fictional character because they both
Ralph
Piggy
Simon
Jack
Samneric
Roger
Littluns
Beastie
Hunters
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Chapter 7- Shadows and Tall Trees
  • Content Goal- We will make predictions, analyze
    cause and effect, and recognize the authors
    purpose while actively reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

74
Vocabulary (LC04) Chapter 7
  • So they sat, the rocking, tapping, impervious
    Roger and Ralph, fuming round them the close sky
    was loaded with stars, save where the mountain
    punched up a hole of blackness (121). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

75
Language Practice Chapter 7
  • Its been along time since Ralph had a proper
    bath. He wants to cut his hare, bathed with sope,
    brush his teeth, and trim his nails (3 pts)

76
CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  1. (LC03) Based on the information in this novel and
    chapter 7 in particular, what prediction can you
    make related to Jack pretending to kill Robert?
    Include two details from the novel in your
    answer.
  2. (LA07) Explain why Ralph went hunting. Include
    two details from the novel in your answer.
  3. (LT08) What is the authors purpose for having
    Ralph climb to the top of the mountain at night?
    Include two details from chapter 7 in your
    answer.

77
Literary Terms (LA05)
  • Copy the definition and write an example from the
    chapter ofsituational irony- (1 pt)

78
Multiple Intelligence Activity
  • Imagine what a news report from the island would
    say. Write your own news broadcast summarizing
    the novel so far including 1.) local headlines,
    2.) international news, and 3.) the weather
    forecast. (10 pts)

79
Elements of Fiction
Setting Character Traits Character Goals Plot Theme
Where and when? Ralph Piggy Simon Jack Samneric What is Ralph trying to accomplish? What is Jack trying to accomplish? Exposition Rising action Prediction of climax Prediction of resolution What are several themes of this novel?
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Chapter 8- Gift for the Darkness
  • Content Goal- We will summarize, analyze cause
    effect, and draw conclusions while actively
    reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

81
Vocabulary (LC04) Chapter 8
  • Are you sure? Really? Go up and see, said
    Jack contemptuously, and good riddance (124).
    (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

82
Language Practice Chapter 8
  • Sychic Simon communicates telepathically with the
    pigs head What does the head tell him Who does
    the pigs head represent? (2 pts)

83
CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  • (LC02) Write a summary of Jack recruiting members
    for his tribe. Include three details from the
    beginning, middle, and end of the chapter in your
    summary.
  • (LA07) How did Simons experience in chapter 8
    influence his understanding of the beast? Include
    three details from the chapter in your answer.
  • (LT10) One conclusion that a reader can draw from
    hunting the sow (the only female on the island)
    is that the hunters are enjoying the violence of
    hunting. Provide two details from this chapter to
    support this conclusion.

84
Multiple Intelligence Activity
  • Simons discussion with the Lord of the Flies
    can be very confusing. Write a ten line script of
    the discussion between Simon and the Lord of the
    Flies. Use text-based details to support the
    dialog you write. The most thorough, accurate,
    and entertaining script will be performed in our
    puppet theater. (10 pts)

85
Charting What I Think (to draw conclusions) The
Lord of the Flies is (14 pts)
The text says (summarize) I think it means (draw conclusions)
p. 129 move the fire to the beach so its easier to maintain everyone is afraid of the beastie if no one will go to the top for the fire
p. 134
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What if E.T. were Discovered in Different Movies
by Different Children?
  • Jack and his Tribe of Ululating Child Savages
    Find E.T. by Tod Carroll (Dec. 1982)

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Chapter 9- A View to a Death
  • Content Goal- We will make inferences, consider
    cause effect, and authors purpose while
    actively reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

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Vocabulary (LC04)
  • Ralph took an uncertain step, pointed to a palm
    tree, and whispered something inaudible to Piggy
    and they both giggled like Sam (149). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

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Language Practice Chapter 9
  • Know that Simon has the answer is it likly he
    will get to tell the others? (2 pts)

90
CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  • (LC03) What is the most likely reason that Piggy
    splashes Ralph? Provide two details from chapter
    9 in your answer.
  • (LA07) Explain why Simon is attacked. Include two
    details from chapter 9 in your answer.
  • (LT08) What is the authors purpose for writing
    the last four paragraphs of this chapter? Include
    two details from the chapter in your answer.

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Multiple Intelligence Activity 9
  • Food is on everyones mind in this chapter. Write
    a complete menu of a feast you would make on the
    island with tropical fruits, seafood, meats, and
    vegetables. Include an appetizer, main course,
    and dessert. (3 pts)

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Circles as Symbols - Discussion
  • A circle represents _________________, so when
    the boys danced in a circle they were
    symbolically _____________ against
    _________________.

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Question Answer Relationships
  • Click here to see the assignment (22 pts).

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Chapter 10- The Shell and the Glasses
  • Content Goal- We will make inferences, contrast
    characters, and draw conclusions while actively
    reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

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Vocabulary (LC04) Chapter 10
  • Why should they try to sneak in, Chief The
    chief was vague but earnest. They will. Theyll
    try to spoil things we do. So the watchers at the
    gate must be careful (160). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

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Language Practice Chapter 10
  • Isnt it strange that piggy, mr intelligence,
    says Simons death was an accident? (2 pts)

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CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  1. (LC03) Based on information in chapter 10, what
    inference/assumption can you make about Ralph,
    Piggy, and Samneric as they discuss what happened
    last night? Include two details from the chapter
    in your answer.
  2. (LA06) What are two differences between
    Piggy/Ralphs and Jacks explanations for Simons
    death? Include information from chapter 10 in
    your answer.
  3. (LT10) What conclusion can you draw about Jack
    based on his order to have Wilfred beaten?
    Include two details from the chapter to support
    this conclusion.

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Multiple Intelligence Activity 10
  • Who is the chief now, and how do we know? The
    scene where Jack and friends attack Ralphs camp
    is both violent and comical. Write a script that
    includes actions (no words necessary) for each of
    the following characters Piggy, Ralph, Sam,
    Eric, Jack, and Roger during the raid. (6 pts)

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Sociograms social mapping
  • A sociogram is a visual representation of the
    relationships among characters in a literary
    text they help students understand relationships
    between characters.  Students can make use of
    pictures, symbols, shapes, colors, and line
    styles to illustrate these relationships.
    (http//greece.k12.ny.us/instruction/ela/6-12/Read
    ing/Reading20Strategies/sociograms.htm)
  • On the bottom of this paper (or a clean sheet),
    draw your own sociogram for chapter 10. Include
    logographic cues for Ralph, Piggy, Samneric,
    Simon, littluns, bigguns, Roger, and Jack and
    connect them according to their relationship with
    others. (8 pts)

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Chapter 11- Castle Rock
  • Content Goal- We will summarize, evaluate
    conflict, and consider the authors purpose while
    actively reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

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Vocabulary (LC04) Chapter 11
  • With ludicrous care he embraced the rock,
    pressing himself to it above the sucking sea. The
    sniggering of the savages became a loud derisive
    jeer (176). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

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Language Practice- Chapter 11
  • In his hurry to thretten Samneric Roger almost
    pushs Jack. Do you think he will kill the twins
    (2 pts)

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CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  • (LC02) Write a summary of what happens at Castle
    Rock including what happens to Piggy, to Ralph,
    and to the conch.
  • (LA05) What problem do Ralph and Piggy experience
    at the beginning of the chapter? What are three
    steps they take to solve this problem? Include
    information from chapter 11 in your answer.
  • (LT08) What is the authors purpose for attacking
    Piggy? Provide two details from chapter 11 in
    your answer.

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Multiple Intelligence Activity 11
  • Interview strategy. Littluns, Ralph, Piggy,
    Simon, Samneric, and Jack will interview Roger
    about his big action this chapter. (0 pts
    in-class activity)

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Cliffhanger
  • Cliffhanger- click here.

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Gatsbys American Dream Fable
  • Gatsbys American Dream Fable with clips from
    the 1963 film http//www.youtube.com/watch?vzJgLJ
    ROpcJQ

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Lord of the Flies Projects
  • Due Thursday at the start of class
  • No matter what
  • No excuses

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Chapter 12-Cry of the Hunters
  • Content Goal- We will summarize, analyze cause
    effect, and authors purpose while actively
    reading Lord of the Flies.
  • Language Goal- Our goals are to read, write,
    listen, speak, view, and think critically
    relative to the Lord of the Flies.

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Vocabulary (LC04)- Chapter 12
  • There was no reply. To carry he must speak
    louder and this would rouse those striped and
    inimical creatures from their feasting by the
    fire (187). (2 pts)
  • Define from context not dictionary
  • Explanation for definition based on context

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Language Practice- Chapter 12
  • Ralph wept for the end of inosense the darkness
    of mans hart and Piggys death. (3 pts)

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CAT Questions Restate the question in your answer
and write complete sentences. Cite very specific
details from the text as evidence. (9 pts)
  • (LC02) Write a summary of Ralphs interactions
    with Samneric during chapter 12 including three
    main events from throughout the chapter in your
    summary.
  • (LA07) Explain why a British Navy ship finally
    stopped at the island. Include two details from
    chapter 12 in your answer.
  • (LT08) What is the authors purpose for having a
    Naval officer rescue the boys when they
    originally crashed on the island to escape a war?
    Include two details from the novel in your
    answer.

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Multiple Intelligence Activity 12
  • Mock Trial. We will decide to put either Jack on
    trial for crimes associated with his leadership
    of the boys. Roles include Jack, his defense
    attorney assistant, a prosecutor assistant.
    Everyone else will be witnesses called to testify
    for or against Jack and need to be prepared with
    testimony supported by text-based details. (0 pts
    class activity)

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Post-Reading Discussion
  • What does the future hold for these hunters?

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Nobel Prize Review Game
  • http//nobelprize.org/educational_games/literature
    /golding

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Episodic Summary of Chapter 12
  • Click here.
  • 16 points

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Allegory Review An allegory is
_________________________.Fill this chart in
with items from the story and their symbolic
meanings. See the examples.
  • Items/actions in the story
  • What they mean symbolically or metaphorically?
  • Example Pigs head on a stick
  • conch
  • Piggy eyeglasses
  • fire
  • Jack spears
  • pigs
  • dead mama pig
  • tribal dance chanting
  • littluns
  • biguns
  • parachutist
  • Simon
  • littlun with birthmark
  • Example Lord of the Flies (devil, Satan)
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  • -

Summary What is the allegorical moral to the
story? What is the author telling us through
this tale? Include multiple details from the
novel in your explanation. Write on a separate
sheet of paper if necessary.
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Plot Line
  • Click here.

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Review of Symbols
  • Piggy glasses
  • Ralph conch
  • Simon LotF
  • Roger
  • Jack spears
  • Island
  • Scar
  • Beast
  • Lord of the Flies
  • Pigs
  • Mama pig
  • Pigs head
  • Plane crash
  • Signal fire
  • Parachutist
  • Logs at meeting triangle
  • Biguns
  • Littluns
  • Littlun with birthmark

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Irony Cultural Significance
  • Irony
  • War plane crash civil war rescued by war
  • Weak sight but strong insight
  • Looking Anew at LotF audio text
  • http//www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?story
    Id1800369

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Music inspired by LotF (according to wikipedia)
  • The English heavy metal band Iron Maiden composed
    a song about the novel, with the title "Lord of
    the Flies".
  • The American hard rock band Aerosmith composed a
    song about a pimp and his stable of women, with
    the title "Lord of the Thighs" which was a take
    off and play on Lord of the Flies.
  • The debut studio album, Boy, by Irish rock band
    U2 was loosely based on the novel's theme of
    childhood corruption, and the final song on the
    album, "Shadows and Tall Trees," takes its title
    from the novel's chapter of the same name.
    Additionally, some printings of the book's cover
    are similar to the cover of the album.9
  • American punk rock band Bad Religion referenced
    the novel in the song "1000 More Fools", from
    their 1988 album Suffer "I've seen the rapture
    in a starving baby's eyes, Inchoate beatitude,
    the Lord of the Flies".
  • American punk rock group The Offspring referenced
    the title of the book on their song "You're Gonna
    Go Far, Kid" off their latest studio effort, Rise
    and Fall, Rage and Grace

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More Music Inspired by LotF(certainly an
incomplete list)
  • Nine Inch Nails Piggy
  • Gatsbys American Dream Fable
  • Elton John Lord of the Flies
  • Not confirmed
  • Moes album The Conch Down Boy
  • Teenagers by MCRAnimal I Have Become--Three Days
    GraceWhat I've Done--Linkin ParkDown With the
    Sickness--Disturbed10000 fists--GenesisBat
    Country -- Avenged SevenfoldHell--Disturbed

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Printed Works Inspired by LotF (according to
wikipedia)
  • Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky, published
    in 1955, can be seen as a rebuttal to Lord of the
    Flies as it concerns a group of teenagers
    stranded on an uninhabited planet who manage to
    create a functional tribal society.7
  • Stephen King has stated that the Castle Rock in
    Lord of the Flies was the inspiration for the
    town of the same name that has appeared in a
    number of his novels. The book itself also
    appears prominently in his novels Hearts in
    Atlantis and Cujo.8 King's fictional town in
    turn inspired the name of Rob Reiner's production
    company, Castle Rock Entertainment.
  • The DC Comics series Salvation Run is an
    adaptation of the "Lord of the Flies" concept
    with all the major DC Supervillains being
    marooned on an Alien planet.
  • The young adult novel Gone, by Michael Grant, is
    closely related, with all of the adults and teens
    above 14 disappearing, leaving the rest to fend
    for and attempt to govern themselves.

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Television Inspired by LotF (according to
wikipedia)
  • Lord of the Flies inspired Sunrise Animation's
    classic anime series Infinite Ryvius, which
    follows the lives of nearly 500 teenagers
    stranded aboard a space battleship.
  • Also the "Das Bus" episode of The Simpsons is
    based on this book. The episode Kamp Krusty also
    has several elements from Lord of the Flies as
    well (a pig's head on a spear, kids using
    primitive weapons and wearing war paint and a
    burning effigy).
  • The "Club SpongeBob" episode of SpongeBob
    SquarePants, in which he, Patrick, and Squidward
    are stranded in the woods and rely on the "magic
    conch" for guidance.
  • The ABC television show Lost has also shown loose
    similarities to the book.

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The Simpsons Das Bus 5F11 and Kamp Krusty
Season 4 8F24
  • Kamp Krusty Das Bus

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1963 version
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William Butler Yeats The Second Coming
www.poets.org
  • Surely some revelation is at hand
  • Surely the Second Coming is at hand.
  • The Second Coming! Hardly are those words out
  • When a vast image out of Spiritus Mundi
  • Troubles my sight somewhere in sands of the
    desert
  • A shape with lion body and the head of a man,
  • A gaze blank and pitiless as the sun,
  • Is moving its slow thighs, while all about it
  • Reel shadows of the indignant desert birds.
  • The darkness drops again but now I know
  • That twenty centuries of stony sleep
  • Were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle,
  • And what rough beast, its hour come round at
    last,
  • Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?
  • Turning and turning in the widening gyre
  • The falcon cannot hear the falconer
  • Things fall apart the centre cannot hold
  • Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
  • The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
  • The ceremony of innocence is drowned
  • The best lack all conviction, while the worst
  • Are full of passionate intensity.

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