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Of Mice and Men – Chapter 2. Lesson Objective: To identify and explain the use of literary techniques in Chapters 1 and 2. Anyone fancy a cup of TEA? T – Technique E – Example A - Analysis. Who is being described and identify the technique where possible.

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of mice and men chapter 2

Of Mice and Men – Chapter 2

Lesson Objective:To identify and explain the use of literary techniques in Chapters 1 and 2

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Anyone fancy a cup of TEA?

T – Technique

E – Example

A - Analysis

who is being described and identify the technique where possible
Who is being described and identify the technique where possible
  • Hair hung in little rolled clusters, like sausages
  • Pale, blind old eyes
  • Tightly curled hair
  • Large and lean hands
  • Crazy bastard
  • Angry little man
answer in full sentences with a quote and analysis to support
Answer in full sentences with a quote and analysis to support
  • Do you think the men on the ranch find Curley’s wife attractive?
  • Does Lennie find her attractive?
  • Show examples of when she flirts with the men.
  • How can we make a link between Curley’s wife and the stable-buck?
  • Look at Steinbeck’s description of Slim, how do you think he wants the reader to respond to this character?
  • What do you predict the relationship will be like between Slim and George and Lennie?