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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. BackgroundT-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

BackgroundT-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?


Vocabulary

Vocabulary


Mystery number

Mystery Number

90+


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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