Setting (is it more than time and place?). Chapter 1 (p.1-2)________ Chapter 2 (p.17)___________ Chapter 3( p.38)___________ Chapter 4 (p.66)___________. Setting continued. Chapter 5 (p.84)_________________ Chapter 6 (p. 99)________________ George and Lenny’s Dream (p.13-16)
Setting (is it more than time and place?)
Chapter 1 (p.1-2)________
Chapter 2 (p.17)___________
Chapter 3( p.38)___________
Chapter 4 (p.66)___________
Could this story work in a different setting? How important is setting to this story?
How do you feel about these characters?
Who do you care most about? Why?
*Comes from the Latin Word Niger meaning black.
*Then it became a word that meant slave.
*After slavery it became a word which also meant “lazy, ignorant, stupid”
*During the time Of Mice and Men people black and white used it, whenever they referred to a black person.
SHOULD WE JUST BAN THIS WORD, NOW THAT WE REALIZE HOW BAD IT IS? WHY OR WHY NOT? WHAT ABOUT THE OTHER SWEARING IN THE BOOK?
What words/phrases would need to be in a realistic
dialog between teenagers in White Bear? (6-10)
Foreshadowinga hint/clue of something that happens later.Examples:1.Lenny getting in trouble in WeedPrediction:2.When Curly first sees Lenny his hand closes into a fist.Prediction:3.______________________________________________Prediction:How important is foreshadowing? Doesit help you keep reading??How?
(The American Dream)
The American Dream
Is this the same as hope? Do you have an American Dream? Is the American dream only a dream or is a goal worth pursuing? What is Steinbeck saying about it?
If its good--
*The end of the story sticks with you– it’s unforgettable
*you think about it
*you wonder what you would have done in that situation
What questions do you have about how it ends?
Write 5 higher level think questions about the ending.
What would you have done if you were Candy?, George?
(Write your reason on each of these pages where you made a star.)