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Lord of the Flies Reading Guide. Chapter 1- 10.21 Chapter 2- 10.22 Chapter 3- 10.23-10.26 Chapter 4- 10.27-10.29 PART I SOCRATIC SEMINAR : 10.30 QUIZ- 10.31 Chapter 5&6- 10.30-11.02 Chapter 7&8- 11.03-11.06 PART II SOCRACTIC SEMINAR : 11.07 QUIZ-11.10 Chapter 9&10- 11.07-11.10

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lord of the flies reading guide
Lord of the FliesReading Guide
  • Chapter 1- 10.21
  • Chapter 2- 10.22
  • Chapter 3- 10.23-10.26
  • Chapter 4- 10.27-10.29
  • PART I SOCRATICSEMINAR: 10.30
  • QUIZ- 10.31
  • Chapter 5&6- 10.30-11.02
  • Chapter 7&8- 11.03-11.06
  • PART II SOCRACTIC SEMINAR: 11.07
  • QUIZ-11.10
  • Chapter 9&10- 11.07-11.10
  • Chapter 11&12- 11.11-11.13
  • PART III SOCRACTIC SEMINAR: 11.14
  • FINAL EXAM-11.17
  • SOCRATIC SEMINAR -11.19
imagine if lord of the flies journal
Imagine If… (Lord of the Flies Journal

The war on terror has escalated and fighting had reached the eastern border of the United States. Adults in the Blaine area feel that they must protect future generations (you). You and your classmates are being sent away via plane to save you from death in the case that Minnesota is bombed. You know some of the people on the plane but not all of them. Suddenly, the plane is struck and goes plummeting to the ground. You have survived the crash and others have emerged from the plane. You don’t recognize your surroundings. There are no houses or buildings anywhere. Standing on the sand, all you can see are trees in front of you and ocean on all sides.

Write one paragraph explaining what your initial reactions, feelings, and actions would be?

lord of the flies reading logs
Lord of the Flies: READING LOGS
  • Answer each question in COMPLETE SENTENCES
  • Answer ALL PARTSof the question
  • Provide AMPLE AND SPECIFIC DETAILfor each question
  • Each Reading Log should be approximately ONE PAGEin length
lord of the flies chapter 1 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 1 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 1: The Sound of the Shell
      • Describe what has happened before the novel takes place. Who is on the island? Be specific.
      • Describe the island in detail. (This will be necessary for your group task tomorrow!)
      • Trace Golding’s tone and use of language to create a mood/atmosphere for the reader
lord of the flies chapter 2 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 2 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 2: Fire on the Mountain
      • What do the boys do to establish rules, order, and ensure their survival?
      • Pick one of the following characters and write a detailed paragraph explaining their significance in Chapter 2 (Ralph, Piggy, Jack, or the little boy)
      • Trace Golding’s tone and use of language to create a mood/atmosphere for the reader
lord of the flies chapter 3 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 3 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 3: Huts on the Beach
      • Describe Jack at the beginning of the chapter. What is he wearing? What looks different now from when he first arrived on the island? What is he doing?
      • Describe the main conflict between Jack and Ralph in this chapter. What are they quarreling about?
      • At the end of the chapter, where do Jack and Ralph assume Simon is? Where is Simon really? How is Simon a stark contrast to Ralph and Jack?
tribe reflections
Tribe Reflections
  • In the assignment sectionof your notebook, reflect on the following regarding your tribe in complete sentences:
    • How did you initially feel when you found out who was in your tribe?
    • When you began working on tasks, did you feel included in your group? Why or why not?
    • How did your group split up tasks? Did you work together on everything, split up tasks, etc.?
    • Did a leader emerge in your tribe? If so, how? If not, why do you think so?
    • Did you agree with all your group’s decisions? Why or why not?
    • Write about your group dynamic and how you have functioned working together thus far.
lord of the flies chapter 4 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 4 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 4: Painted Faces and Long Hair
      • Describe in detail the sandcastle scene. Who are the three boys building sand castles? Who is the leader of the three? What reason is given for him being leader? Who cries as a result of the ruined sandcastles? Why? Why does Maurice feel a little bit of guilt in ruining the little boys’ sand castles? What is the significance of this?
      • Describe the scene when Jack and the hunters return. What has happened? What are they chanting? How are they behaving?
      • Trace Golding’s tone and use of language to create a mood/atmosphere for the reader
lord of the flies chapter 5 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 5 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 5: Beast from Water
      • What happens during the assembly? What are Ralph’s complaints? What are his commands? How do Ralph’s actions show a change in him from earlier in the book?
      • Describe the role of the littluns in this scene, both during the assembly in regards to Ralph’s leadership and the reference to the beast.
      • Trace Golding’s tone and use of language to create a mood/atmosphere for the reader
lord of the flies chapter 6 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 6 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 6: Beast from Air
      • What is happening in the air at the start of Chapter 6?
      • Describe the scene with Sam & Eric. What do they think they see? What do they actually see? How do they exaggerate what they have seen?
      • What happens as a result of Sam & Eric’s story? What do Jack and Ralph argue about?
lord of the flies chapter 7 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 7 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 7: Shadows And Tall Trees
      • Explain how the game the boys on the expedition play gets out of hand. Be specific. How does Ralph feel about this game?
      • Describe what happens when the boys climb the mountain. What do they see? How do they react?
      • Trace Golding’s tone and use of language to create a mood/atmosphere for the reader
lord of the flies chapter 8 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 8 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 8: Gift For The Darkness
      • What claims does Jack make during the assembly? What does he propose they do? What happens as a result?
      • Describe the island raid. Be specific.
      • What happens to Simon near the end of the chapter? Who speaks to him? What does it say?
lord of the flies chapter 9 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 9 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 9: A View To A Death
      • Describe the scene with Simon at the beginning of the chapter. What does he realize? What does he plan to do as a result?
      • Describe in detail what happens after the boys enjoy a feast as the storm approaches.
      • How is the storm significant to the events that take place at the end of the chapter? What might this symbolize? Be specific and provide textual evidence to support your claims.
lord of the flies chapter 10 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 10 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 10: The Shell And The Glasses
      • Describe how Ralph and Piggy react to the events from the night before. Provide a quote for each boys reaction and explain their justification or reasoning for their actions the night before.
      • Describe the two tribes in detail. Who is part of each tribe? Who is the leader? How is order maintained? What is important to each tribe?
      • What happens at the end of the chapter? What is stolen? Why is this significant and what might it symbolize?
lord of the flies chapter 11 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 11 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 11: Castle Rock
      • Why do Ralph, Piggy, and the few left in their tribe go to Castle Rock? What is their hope? What actually happens when they arrive?
      • Name three symbols have now been stolen or destroyed throughout the novel. Explain what these symbols stood for and what their destruction shows about the state of the boys and the island.
      • How does the chapter end? How have things changed drastically from when the boys arrived on the island? Be specific.
lord of the flies chapter 12 reading log
Lord of the Flies: Chapter 12 Reading Log
  • Read Chapter 12: Cry Of The Hunters
      • Explain the significance of the destruction of the Lord of the Flies. Who destroys it? What have they now realized?
      • How do the boys turn on Jack in this chapter? What is Jack’s plan? What are they trying to do?
      • How is the boys’ rescue and the naval officer’s response when he arrives on the island ironic?
      • How do the boys respond to being rescue? Who says he is the boss? What is the significance of each response?