Opener: What do you think are some of the things Golding is trying to teach us with this book? Which one is the most important?
Handouts in Class: None
Work Assigned and Collected:
a. Continue on the notes you started yesterday (Brainstorming from the book). Have at least 15 key scenes from the book, spread throughout the beginning, middle, and end, that you think are most important for illustrating the conflicts in the book. Label them by chapters, page numbers and study guide questions.
1. In order to be on track to turn this essay in on time, you should come to class tomorrow with a character chosen for the essay and detailed notes about the main conflicts he faces. This should include the 15 scenes from the book. Essays will be due Monday, September 26th.