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Socs. Cherry. Marcia. Randy. Paul. Bob. Characters in The Outsiders. Identify the characters and describe the relationships between them. Similarities and Differences. Greased hair Leather jackets East Side White t-shirts Jeans Poor kids. Madras shirts West Side Rich kids

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Characters in the outsiders

  • Cherry

  • Marcia

  • Randy

  • Paul

  • Bob

Characters in The Outsiders

Identify the characters and describe the relationships between them.


Characters in the outsiders

Similarities and Differences

  • Greased hair

  • Leather jackets

  • East Side

  • White t-shirts

  • Jeans

  • Poor kids

  • Madras shirts

  • West Side

  • Rich kids

  • Drive Mustangs

  • Life’s not perfect

  • Go to school

Both

Socs

Greasers


Characters in the outsiders

Gang members

brothers

brothers


Characters in the outsiders

“Pony, I am your father figure”

Darry

“Luke, I am your father”

Both start with DAR


Characters in the outsiders

How are the Socs related to each other?

Use the ink tool to show relationships

Cherry

Bob

Randy

Marcia


Characters in the outsiders

Importance of Symbols

All of these are symbols in the book

Who do they symbolize?

What do they show you about the characters?