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Lord of the flies jeopardy

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  • 1. PLOT CHARACTER SETTING CONFLICTS MYSTERY100 100 100 100 100200 200 200 200 200300 300 300 300 300400 400 400 400 400500 500 500 500 500
  • 2. The part of plot structure wherewe are introduced to information about the setting, characters, initial problems, conflicts, or themes.
  • 3. Exposition
  • 4. Ralph’s decision to make Jackleader of the choir is an example of this stage of the plot.
  • 5. Inciting Incident
  • 6. These are the significant eventsbetween the inciting incident and the crisis.
  • 7. Rising Action
  • 8. The protagonist experiences apositive or negative consequenceat this stage of the plot structure.
  • 9. Climax
  • 10. This is the stage of plot when allof the significant problems andconflicts are resolved or we are led to believe they will be resolved in the future.
  • 11. Resolution
  • 12. The first 2 characters we meet.
  • 13. Ralph and Piggy
  • 14. He had asthma as a child.
  • 15. Piggy.
  • 16. Merridew’s first name.
  • 17. Jack.
  • 18. The Twins.
  • 19. Sam and Eric.
  • 20. He finds an isolated and beautiful part of the jungle to hide and relax.
  • 21. Simon.
  • 22. The name of the jungle clearing caused by the plane crash.
  • 23. The Scar.
  • 24. These 3 boys go for a walk andlearn that they are on an island.
  • 25. Ralph, Jack, and Simon.
  • 26. What indication in Chapter 1suggests that the story takes place near the end of World War 2?
  • 27. Piggy makes reference to the Atom Bomb.
  • 28. How the boys confirm that they are, indeed, on an island.
  • 29. They go up to the top of themountain and see water all around.
  • 30. The 3 aspects of setting.
  • 31. Time, Place, Atmosphere.
  • 32. An example of this conflict is when Ralph hesitates beforeleaving Piggy to follow the rest of the boys up the mountain.
  • 33. Human versus the self.
  • 34. An example of this conflict typeis when Jack slaps Piggy on the back of the head.
  • 35. Human versus Human.
  • 36. An example of this conflcit typeis when the boys can’t figure out how to start a fire.
  • 37. Human versus Technology.
  • 38. An example of this conflict type is when the little boy with the mulberry-coloured birthmark isafraid because he thinks he saw a snake thing.
  • 39. Human versus Nature
  • 40. The 3 aspects of theHuman versus Society Conflict.
  • 41. Human versus FamilyHuman versus Religion Human versus Law
  • 42. The name of the shell used to callmeetings and determine who can speak.
  • 43. Conch.
  • 44. Jack does this to hide from the pig.
  • 45. He paints his face.
  • 46. The reason Ralph is upset that the fire went out.
  • 47. He saw a passing ship that couldhave seen the smoke from the fire and rescued them.
  • 48. Jack uses these two substances to paint his face.
  • 49. Clay and charcoal.
  • 50. THE DAILYDOUBLE
  • 51. The chant the boys use as theydance and sing after eating the pig.
  • 52. Kill the Pig.Cut her throat. Bash her in.

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