- Helpful Information (4 points)
- Synthesize author information to help understand aspects of the story.
- Explain important allusions
- Link to other resources/critics/comments
- Unfamiliar Words (2 points)
- Give references and contextual clues.
- Link to online sources.
- Plot Summary(2 points)
- Theme (6 points)
- Main Fiction Elements (6 points)
- Identify fiction elements (from glossary): conflict, character, irony, setting, symbolism, point of view, foreshadowing, etc.
- Explain the main fiction element in the story and defend your choice.
- Offer two or three other important fiction elements and give examples.
- Consider Literary Archetypes and The Hero’s Journey
- Personal Evaluation (6 points)
- Answer Critical Questions (4 points)
- “Quotable Quotes” (4 points)
- Provide a list of key quotations.
- Publish Study Guide (6 points)
- Attend to details that enhance the document.
- Master key functions of productivity software.
- Attachments (Extra Credit)
- Creative Response. Include a creative response (RAFTS, sequel, dramatization, interview, scene, sketch, etc.).
- Any handouts, quizzes, media, electronic material, etc.
Read, Lord of the Flies, by William Golding. Discuss the novel with the following focus: How and why must we act upon our knowledge, values, and abilities for the well-being of others?
- How can we justify a position or action?
- What moves us to action? What forces encourage apathy?
- How can we act to make our views and decisions felt?
- How can society be improved?
- Does conforming to the beliefs and actions of the majority make a person a “good citizen”?
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