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Fahrenheit 451. Cycle 3, Day 5. Agenda. Reading Goal: Discuss how problems and solutions in a story move the plot forward. Today’s Big Question: How do you feel when you overcome your fear of something? Team Cooperation Goal: Explain your ideas and tell why. Background T-P-S.

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Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451

Cycle 3, Day 5


Agenda
Agenda

  • Reading Goal:

    • Discuss how problems and solutions in a story move the plot forward.

  • Today’s Big Question:

    • How do you feel when you overcome your fear of something?

  • Team Cooperation Goal:

    • Explain your ideas and tell why


Background t p s
Background T-P-S

  • Review your Problems and Solutions Table

  • Why does Faber tell Montag that there are lots of “old Harvard degrees” on the tracks between here and Los Angeles? What does he mean by “Harvard degrees”?

  • Why is the Mechanical Hound still a threat to Montag?

  • What do you think that Faber means by saying that their earphone radios were good fro both of them?




Read pgs 136 141 silently stop at burn again in his life
Read pgs 136-141 silently, stop at “burn again in his life.”

  • Why does Montag describe the faces of the “night-frightened people” as pale, with “colorless eyes, gray tongues, and gray thoughts”?

  • How does changing into clothes of Faber help Montag solve a problem and, at the same time, move the plot of the story forward?

  • What does Montag begin to think of as he floats in the river?

  • Do you think Faber’s overcoming his fear helps him to take positive action?

  • What do you think this expression means: “Don’t face a problem, burn it”? Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Why?

  • How does Montag’s earlier approach to solving problems by “burning” them affect the plot of the story? Give specific examples.


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