For ease of use, the Lesson plan bundle, the answer key, as well as the Student booklet are all modifiable in a Word document. Add to it, change it, and make it your own.
Everything you need to teach The Lord of the Flies by William Golding is found in this unit.
• Includes journal prompts to further students’ understanding and to further understand thematic development in the novel.
• PowerPoint presentation with historical context and background information
• (Optional) PowerPoint presentation about the origins of evil furthering understanding of Golding’s themes
• Guess Who? Game to help students trace character development in a fun and practical way
• Student work book with all of the photocopies, student activities, comprehension and thematic questions, etc… (Photocopy the booklet once and you don’t have to think about it for the rest of the unit.)
• Links to audiobooks for easy chapter reading.
• The Answer Key for all student work.
• Includes comprehensive chapter notes to help with reviewing chapters previously read and allowing students to take notes concerning important information.
All tests have two versions – which is nice when you teach more than one group at a time.
• Test on the first 7 chapters (2 different versions – both in a Word document for easy modifications. Answer keys provided for both evaluations.)
• Final evaluation includes 2 different options. Option 1: 2 different unit test versions (two different tests – answer keys for both are included), Option 2: an Essay with all materials included (evaluation grid, outline package, etc.…)
• 17 complete and detailed lesson plans to guide and orient your students. Journal prompts with ideas to further discussion, step by step instructions… This makes for super easy planning.
• A Jeopardy Game (on PowerPoint) to review the novel and to prepare for the final evaluation
The unit includes 103 pages and 76 slides.
Guide to lessons’ focus points:
Lesson 1: introduction of background and historical context
Lesson 2: Focus on leadership
Lesson 3: Introduction to the symbolism in the novel
Lesson 4: Characterization
Lesson 5: Writing exercise (paragraph and argument development)
Lesson 6: Reading period
Lesson 7: Civilization vs. Savagery (Includes cyberbullying and dangers of social media, etc.…) Practical applications from the novel.
Lesson 8: Review analysis skills
Lesson 9: Test on chapters 1-7 (Choice of multiple choice questions or development questions)
Lesson 10: Reading period
Lesson 11: Thematic Meaning activity
Lesson 12: Characterization (character development)
Lesson 13: Literary conflicts in the novel
Lesson 14: Symbolism
Themes: 15: Themes
Lesson 16: Novel review and Jeopardy game
Lesson 17: Evaluation (Choice of two unit tests or an essay)
You’ll never have to worry about what you will be teaching on any given day, and the unit is modifiable for your convenience.
It’s teaching made easy!