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Lord of the Flies - Summary: A plot diagram is a great way for students to pick out key events in a story. Here is an example of a Lord of the Flies summary using the traditional layout from Storyboard That!

Lord of the Flies - Summary: A plot diagram is a great way for students to pick out key events in a story. Here is an example of a Lord of the Flies summary using the traditional layout from Storyboard That!

A Spider Map is a great way for students to visualize important vocabulary works in a novel. Here is an example of vocabulary in Lord of the Flies using a Storyboard That layout!

Lord of the Flies - Vocabulary: A Spider Map is a great way for students to visualize important vocabulary works in a novel. Here is an example of vocabulary in William Golding's Lord of the Flies using a spider map layout!

Depict the themes of The Gift of the Magi and provide examples of each by creating a storyboard with our Grid layout. See the full lesson plan here: https://www.pinterest.com/storyboardthat/the-gift-of-the-magi/

The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry - Theme: Depict the themes of The Gift of the Magi and provide examples of each by creating a storyboard with our Grid layout.

William Golding - Lord of the Flies- Click the image to go to "About the Author -William Golding-Power Point"

William Golding - Lord of the Flies- About the Author Power Point

To understand certain vocabulary words from MLK's "I Have a Dream" Speech, make your students create vocabulary words with our Spider Map Layout. Find the full lesson plan for Dr. Martin Luther King's I have a dream speech here: https://www.pinterest.com/storyboardthat/i-have-a-dream-speech/

I Have a Dream Speech - Vocabulary: To understand certain vocabulary words from Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" Speech, make your students create vocabulary words with our Spider Map Layout.

LORD OF THE FLIES Chapter by Chapter Reading Activities Unit

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Ever seen SURVIVOR? Want a new way to explore Lord of the Flies?Lord of the Flies is read with my grade students. I begin the unit with a SURVIVOR-like task. Students must determine which items from a list they would most like to have for survival.

Students will discuss the literal and symbolic meanings behind The Lord of the Flies. They  will prepare questions and answer them before class and will be prepared to discuss the novel.

Divide into groups for reading. Students will discuss the literal and symbolic meanings behind The Lord of the Flies. They will prepare questions and answer them before class and will be prepared to discuss the novel.

Lord of the flies revision

Lord of the Flies: Revision packSymbolsPiggy’s GlassesRepresent power, civilisation and order. They deteriorate throughout the novelbecoming more and more brok…

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