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October 7-11, 2013. 10 R Lord of the Flies. 10R HW October 7-11, 2013 Plan your time wisely. Monday: Lord of the Flies complete Chapter 3 and Answer SGQs. Due Wed: vocabulary unit 2/ qz . Friday Tuesday : Complete vocabulary unit 2 for tomorrow/ quiz Friday

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october 7 11 2013

October 7-11, 2013

10 R

Lord of the Flies

10r hw october 7 11 2013 plan your time wisely
10R HW October 7-11, 2013Plan your time wisely.
  • Monday:Lord of the Flies complete Chapter 3 and Answer SGQs.
  • Due Wed: vocabulary unit 2/ qz. Friday
  • Tuesday: Complete vocabulary unit 2 for tomorrow/ quiz Friday
  • Wednesday:Study for Friday’s quiz.
  • Thursday: 1. Study for tomorrow’s voc 2 quiz
  • 2. Read Chapter 4 up to bottom of page 65 and answer the SGQs that pertain to these pages.
  • Friday: Complete reading Chapter 4 And answer the SGQS
monday october 7 2013
Monday, October 7, 2013
  • Aim: How do the boys establish order?
  • DN: Copy HW/Aim
  • 2. Write a journal entry from Ralph’s point of view.
  • HW:Lord of the Flies complete Chapter 3 and Answer SGQs.
  • Due Wed: vocabulary unit 2/ qz. Friday

Quiz: Chapter 2

  • Complete and share their responses to the Motivation;
  • Correct the SGQs for Chapters 1-2 and discuss relevant plot development.
    • Chapter 2: discuss emerging conflicts and character development
    • Note disappearance of “birthmark boy”
  • Discuss:
    • Do you think it is a good idea for the boys to start a fire first? Explain.
  • Begin Reading Ch 3
tuesday october 8 2013
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
  • Aim:  Identify any themes that are emerging.
  • DN: Copy HW/Aim
  • 2. Work with a partner to add information to the character chart handout.
  • HW: Complete vocabulary unit 2 for tomorrow/ quiz Friday
  • Complete the DN/M;
  • Students will identify anything they feel is important in terms of conflicts, character development, symbols, and themes.
  • Debate: which is more important, a fire or hunting? Explain your answer.
  • Note the children are not following directions nor are they helping to build huts.
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
  • Aim: How can we learn the words in unit 2?
  • DN: Copy Aim/HW
  • M: Pictionary!
  • HW: Study for Friday’s quiz.
  • Complete the above
  • Correct the unit
Thursday, October 10, 2013
  • Aim: How does life for the boys on the island mimic life in the real world?
  • DN: Copy HW/Aim
  • With a partner, continue to add information to the character chart.
  • HW: Complete vocabulary unit 2 for Thursday/ quiz Friday
  • For Friday: Read Chapter 4 up to bottom of page 65 and answer the SGQs that pertain to these pages.
  • Complete the DN/M;
  • Discuss the symbolic nature of fire (and the fate of mulberry birthmark boy)
  • Discuss the events of Chapter 3:
    • Jack hunting/described in anaimalistic terms; Ralph and Simon attempting to build huts; what the other boys are doing
    • Ralph learn of the problems w/in a democratic society: people aren’t easy to control
    • Note man as a destroyer (Jack) and man as a builder (Ralph); contrasts b/t Jack and Simon about nature: Jack = destroys it/ Simon = communes with it; connect to the division of labor in today’s society: workers and slackers.
    • Begin reading ch 4.
lord of the flies

Lord of the Flies

Chapter 3


Based on Ms. Cerulli’s lessons

views of the island chapter 3
Views of the IslandChapter 3
  • Chapter 3 begins with Jack alone on the island and ends with Simon alone.
  • Why? [What was the author’s purpose in this juxtaposition?]
By the beginning of chapter 3, Jack has become an animal-like hunter. These pages show how Jack transformed from a proper English choir boy who hesitated at the thought of killing a pig into a human being who is desperately trying to satisfy his hunger for meat. Now, Golding describes Jack as “almost dog-like.” The once proper boy walks “uncomfortably on all fours” like a lone animal stalking its prey. Jack is converting into more primitive means while he is spending time on the island. Jack’s transformation is also described in how he undergoes physical changes while on the island. His hair becomes longer, while the sun changes the color of it. The sun has also made his skin like a large freckle, while it is peeling with sunburn. Aside from the remains of his shorts, Jack is naked, showing how he has changed. All of these changes represent Jack’s move away from civilized life and towards savagery. Even the way Jack’s body behaves reflects this change. . .
Now let’s look over the passage devoted to Simon’s personal nature retreat from the break on p.55.
  • As we read, find FIVE appeals to the senses. (What literary technique is thus employed here?)
  • What overall MOOD is created by this scene?
  • What is revealed about Simon from this scene?
  • How is Simon’s version of the island different from Jack’s, though it is, of course, the same island?
  • What do you think accounts for these differences?
friday october 11 2013
Friday, October 11, 2013
  • Aim: How is the relationship between Ralph and Jack changing?
  • DN: Copy HW/Aim
  • M: Write 5 questions for Jack [hot seat].
  • HW: Complete reading Chapter 4 And answer the SGQS

Vocabulary quiz 2!

Review your words!

  • Complete the above;
  • Continue reading chapter 4, noting and discussing:
    • The ways the boys are not in harmony with the island; the island as a microcosm for society; the little’uns represent mindless, childlike masses who are easily influenced
    • Answer the aim
    • Id/note what Henry does at the water’s edge, note Roger’s part and discuss the meaning of his actions.
    • ID the meaning of the chapter’s title
      • Discuss the symbolism of the paint; note the transformation in Jack after his first successful hunt;
      • Make predictions about how the dynamic on the island will change;
      • ID/note symbols represented thus far.
“In all of nature, there is nothing so threatening to humanity as humanity itself.” —Lewis Thomas

Meaning? Defend, challenge, or qualify using an example from movies, books, television or your life experiences.

4 26 13 friday
4/26/13 Friday
  • Aim: How is Golding’s assertion that humans are naturally evil being developed through the first few chapters?
  • DN: Copy HW/Aim
  • M: What is evil?
  • HW: Complete reading Chapter 5 for Monday and answer the SGQs.
  • Complete and share responses to the above
  • Correct the SGQs
  • Begin reading Chapter 5:
    • Answer: Does every person have evil inside him/her self? Explain.
* Hobbes declared that primitive human life was "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short." * Hobbes felt that the "natural" state of man was akin to being beast-like. It is civilization that steps in and saves humanity from our primal depravity. Human nature is nastyand human culture rescues. In Hobbes' view, being "civilized" is good and being a "savage" is bad.

Thomas Hobbes—(1588-1679)

English philosopher.

"Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains."
  • Locke declared that humans in early times were "noble savages."
  • That is, humans are naturally and innately good and it is “civilization" that turns man into a "beast." Locke argued that modern man should seek to restore the conditions of our lost Eden and live a more "natural" rather than "technological" life.
  • “Tabula Rasa” idea.

John Locke


Enlightenment Philosopher

Turn to the start of chapter 4, “Painted Faces and Long Hair.” Let’s read the first few pages.

Read from 58 to 62.

Homework: Write: Which theory, Hobbes’ or Locke’s, would Golding support? Use evidence from today’s passage to explain why.