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Who Moved My Cheese
Transcript of Who Moved My Cheese
Maddy, Nathan, and Maureen
Dr. Spencer Johnson
The setting is in a maze and their homes.
The characters in Who Moved My Cheese are Hem, Haw, Sniff, and Scurry.
There is no more cheese at Station C.
Sniff and Scurry left and eventually found new cheese at Station N.
Hem and Haw started complaining.
Haw finally decides to leave and find new cheese.
Haw builds confidence and finds a little cheese at Station E.
Haw goes back to convince Hem.
Hem won't even eat the new cheese.
Haw decides to go and he finds cheese at Station N. Along the way he leaves posters for Hem, hoping that he will see and follow them.
Haw changed who he was. He inspected the new cheese area regularly. He ventured out to find more cheese.
Haw is happy with the lesson he learned. He also is happy with the person he becomes.
The cheese ran out at Station C is the main conflict of the story.
Haw's internal conflict is him deciding whether or not to leave Hem, and look for other cheese. Hem's internal conflict is to decide whether to stay and wait for more cheese or to go with Haw.
The setting is in a maze that has cheese stations and is nearby Hem and Haw's house, along with Sniff and Scurry's house.
The flat character is Hem. He stayed the same throughout the whole story by not leaving Station C at all. Hem was stubborn the whole time. The round character is Haw. His personality changed throughout the story as he made his decisions.
The theme is that change is a good thing that you should be able to adjust to.
A symbol of the book is the cheese. It symbolizes the personality changes of the characters.
We think that the story Who Moved My Cheese had a good story line. It taught you that change is okay. We recommend this story to younger children and their classrooms.