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Lord of the flies test review
Lord of the flies test review
Lord of the flies test review
Lord of the flies test review
Lord of the flies test review
Lord of the flies test review
Lord of the flies test review
Lord of the flies test review
Lord of the flies test review
Lord of the flies test review
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  • 1. Lord of the Flies TESTREVIEW ENGL 9
  • 2. Synthesis Notes Brainstorm what you think the book’s title could refer to The Lord of the Flies
  • 3. Literary Elements Literary Element Explain WHY it is important Setting Themes Point of View Main Characters
  • 4. Symbols Symbol What it represents Law/order Intelligence Hope (for rescue) Fear (of the unknown)
  • 5. Examples • Setting – Isolated island, WWII • Atmosphere – Freedom/adventure • Point of View – 3rd person, omniscient (although Golding does focus closely on only a few boys) • Symbols – Signal fire=hope – Conch= order – Dead parachutist=beast=fear of unknown • Irony – Situational irony • The boys’ adventures on the island become dangerous – Dramatic irony • The reader knows that a dead parachutist has fallen to the island • Theme – The breakdown of civilization – The fight for power – Good vs. evil • Conflict – Internal: the good side of the boys vs. the bad – External: the boys vs. each other
  • 6. Themes • Brainstorm examples of the following themes Loss of Civilization Innocence vs. Savagery
  • 7. Motifs • Write examples of each motif – Connect it with a theme – Say how it connects with that theme Paint The Hunt The Fire
  • 8. uesday: Plot Pyramid Climax Rising Action Falling Action Exposition Denouement Inciting Incident Resolution
  • 9. Essential Questions – Is the ability to distinguish between the outer and inner appearance important? – How do we, as a society, predetermine a person’s status due to physical attributes? – Do you think adolescents have more internal or external conflicts? Discuss. – Are adults necessary to the structure of our community? Why or why not? Explain. (Use the terms chaos, social order, democracy, etc.)
  • 10. The Island and the events

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