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Lord of the Flies
A little bit about the exam
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Learning Objective
We are learning to...
• Understand what you need to
do in the exam
• Create...
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Last lessons…
Many characters have names that allude
to other works of literature, give insigh...
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Themes in Lord of the Flies
Betrayal
Survival
Bullying
Justice and Injustice
Violence and Deat...
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Themes in Lord of the Flies
Betrayal
Survival
Bullying
Justice and Injustice
Violence and Deat...
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What the examiners say.
Higher band responses say a lot
about a little...
That is what you are...
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Quote finding
How does Golding show the power
struggle between the characters at
the opening o...
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Exam Question
“Lord of the Flies is a terrifying
novel”.
How far do you agree with this
statem...
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Numbered-Heads Together
1. Number up in alphabetical order: 1-4
2. 1 minute think and time
3....
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Exam Question
“Lord of the Flies is a terrifying
novel”.
How far do you agree with this
state...
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Mark Band 4
16-20 marks
Candidates demonstrate:
4.1 Considered/qualified response to task
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Use your PEE+ paragraph
from last lesson
Up grade…
So now make it PEE+LL (!)
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Skilled exam
answers will …
1. Answer the question clearly exploring a
number of details
2. Q...
For example
The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can
see that Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does no...
For example
The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can
see that Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does no...
For example
The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can see that
Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does no...
For example
The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can see that
Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does no...
For example
The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can see that
Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does no...
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Skilled exam
answers will …
1. Answer the question clearly exploring a
number of details
2. Q...
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Peer assess
• Area of success
• Area for improvement
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  1. 1. Powerpoint Templates Page 1Powerpoint Templates Lord of the Flies A little bit about the exam
  2. 2. Powerpoint Templates Page 2 Learning Objective We are learning to... • Understand what you need to do in the exam • Create excellent exam responses S4L: Resourcefulness and independence
  3. 3. Powerpoint Templates Page 3 Last lessons… Many characters have names that allude to other works of literature, give insight into their character, or foreshadow key events. Analysis of power struggle with quotations
  4. 4. Powerpoint Templates Page 4 Themes in Lord of the Flies Betrayal Survival Bullying Justice and Injustice Violence and Death Leadership The Problem of Evil in Man The need for civilisation/The Basic needs of society Innocence and the loss of it Fear of the unknown Blindness and Sight Use and Abuse of Power The Loss of Identity
  5. 5. Powerpoint Templates Page 5 Themes in Lord of the Flies Betrayal Survival Bullying Justice and Injustice Violence and Death Leadership The Problem of Evil in Man The need for civilisation/The Basic needs of society Innocence and the loss of it Fear of the unknown Blindness and Sight Use and Abuse of Power The Loss of Identity Why?
  6. 6. Powerpoint Templates Page 6 OMG • r
  7. 7. Powerpoint Templates Page 7 What the examiners say. Higher band responses say a lot about a little... That is what you are going to do.
  8. 8. Powerpoint Templates Page 8 Quote finding How does Golding show the power struggle between the characters at the opening of the novel?
  9. 9. Powerpoint Templates Page 9 Exam Question “Lord of the Flies is a terrifying novel”. How far do you agree with this statement? What methods does Golding use to lead you to your view?
  10. 10. Powerpoint Templates Page 10 Numbered-Heads Together 1. Number up in alphabetical order: 1-4 2. 1 minute think and time 3. Stand up, and tuck chairs in – heads together! 4. Each person contribute their ideas in turn 1 first, then 2, then 3, then 4 5. Then discuss to reach a team decision 6. Sit – and everyone prepare to feedback
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  18. 18. Powerpoint Templates Page 18 Exam Question “Lord of the Flies is a terrifying novel”. How far do you agree with this statement? What methods does Golding use to lead you to your view?
  19. 19. Powerpoint Templates Page 19 Mark Band 4 16-20 marks Candidates demonstrate: 4.1 Considered/qualified response to task 4.2 Considered/qualified response to text 4.3 Details linked to interpretation 4.4 Appreciation/consideration of writer‟s uses of language and/or form and/or structure and effect on readers/audience 4.5 Thoughtful consideration of ideas/themes Information is presented in a way which assists with communication of meaning. Syntax and spelling are generally accurate. Mark Band 3 11-15 marks Candidates demonstrate: 3.1 Sustained response to task 3.2 Sustained response to text 3.3 Effective use of details to support interpretation 3.4 Explanation of effects of writer‟s uses of language and/or form and/or structure and effects on readers/audience Exam mark scheme
  20. 20. Powerpoint Templates Page 20 Use your PEE+ paragraph from last lesson Up grade… So now make it PEE+LL (!)
  21. 21. Powerpoint Templates Page 21 Skilled exam answers will … 1. Answer the question clearly exploring a number of details 2. Quotes from the text are supported with detailed analysis of language, structure and form and impact on reader 3. Commentary gives some link to themes/ideas Excellent exam answers will… 1. Increasingly detailed exploration of the task with a variety of points 2. Quotes from the text are supported with an extended analysis of language, structure and form and impact on reader 3. Commentary gives detailed evaluation of links to themes/ideas
  22. 22. For example The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can see that Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does not respect the established social order and this leads the reader to have a sense of foreboding.
  23. 23. For example The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can see that Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does not respect the established social order and this leads the reader to have a sense of foreboding. ”I the conch,” said Piggy indignantly. “You let me speak!” “The Conch doesn’t count on top of the mountain,” said Jack, “ so you shut up.”
  24. 24. For example The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can see that Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does not respect the established social order. ”I the conch,” said Piggy indignantly. “You let me speak!” “The Conch doesn’t count on top of the mountain,” said Jack, “ so you shut up.” Piggy’s indignation at Jack’s lack of respect for the ‘conch’, a symbol of social order and democracy and associated with Ralph’s leadership, shows the differences between the characters as the two sides become established.
  25. 25. For example The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can see that Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does not respect the established social order. ”I the conch,” said Piggy indignantly. “You let me speak!” “The Conch doesn’t count on top of the mountain,” said Jack, “ so you shut up.” Piggy’s indignation at Jack’s lack of respect for the ‘conch’, a symbol of social order and democracy and associated with Ralph’s leadership, shows the differences between the characters as the two sides become established. The exclamation heightens Piggy’s indignation at Jack’s lack of respect for the fragile democracy. Jack’s monosyllabic response leads the reader to feel terror for Piggy and their island civilisation. This perhaps shows Golding’s message that man is capable of evil. Then Link to another part of the Novel Link to THEME
  26. 26. For example The in confrontation in Fire on the Mountain the reader can see that Ralph’s power is fragile and Jack does not respect the established social order. ”I the conch,” said Piggy indignantly. “You let me speak!” “The Conch doesn’t count on top of the mountain,” said Jack, “ so you shut up.” Piggy’s indignation at Jack’s lack of respect for the ‘conch’, a symbol of social order and democracy, shows the differences between the characters as the two sides become established. Jack is dismissive of both Piggy and the rules and this is emphasised wit his monosyllabic retort; his statement that the conch does not work up the mountain foreshadows how the power struggle will lead to a physical and ideological separation between the boys. Piggy’s repetition of “I’ve got the conch” in this scene show how committed he is to social order. Piggy later dies with the conch as the power struggle has destroyed the social order ‘into a thousand white fragments (as it) cease(s) to exist.” This links to the theme Limited room here. I would go into more detail.
  27. 27. Powerpoint Templates Page 27 Skilled exam answers will … 1. Answer the question clearly exploring a number of details 2. Quotes from the text are supported with detailed analysis of language, structure and form and impact on reader 3. Commentary gives some link to themes/ideas Excellent exam answers will… 1. Increasingly detailed exploration of the task with a variety of points 2. Quotes from the text are supported with an extended analysis of language, structure and form and impact on reader 3. Commentary gives detailed evaluation of links to themes/ideas
  28. 28. Powerpoint Templates Page 28 Peer assess • Area of success • Area for improvement
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