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Of Mice and Men Electronic Flip Chart Rubric

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dahja weston

on 25 November 2013

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Transcript of Of Mice and Men Electronic Flip Chart Rubric

Of Mice and Men Electronic Flip Chart Rubric
By: Dahja, Cayla, Asia, LaQuinta, Eugine and Jeffery

Pages 1-2
Pages 1-2
During pages 1-2, the author describes Soledad. “A few miles south of Soledad, the Salinas River drops in close to the hillside bank and runs deep and green. The water is warm too, for it has slipped twinkling over the yellow sands in the sunlight before reaching the narrow pool.” ( Steinbeck 1 ). Two black men named George and Lennie wore denim trousers, denim coats with brass buttons, startled into Soledad making all the animals disappear. The George and Lennie looked very different, George was toned and defined but Lennie was big and wide. George and Lennie both drank from a green pool. At first George did not want to however he gave in and drank with Lennie. Lennie became upset because of a conflict that happened previously.
Pages 3-4
Pages 3-4
During pages 3-4, George and Lennie is sleeping outside. George tells Lennie to find some wood to build a fire so that they can heat their food. Lennie goes into the woods to find wood, but come back with a mouse. When Lennie comes back George held out his hand for Lennie to give him the mouse. At first Lennie denies having a mouse, eventually he gives George the mouse. George throws the mouse as far as he can. George tells Lennie that he will get him another mouse, one thats fresh.

Pages 5-6
Pages 5-6
During pages 5-6, George and Lennie are in the woods setting up a camp for the night. George knows that Lennie is hiding a mouse from him and he takes it and throws it into the woods because he said it wasn’t fresh. George brings up how it’s Lennies fault that they were in the situation because he “just wanted to feel the little girls dress” and pet it like a mouse. After that, they get into an argument and Lennie says that he will go away and leave George alone.
Pages 9-10
Pages 9-10
Pages 9-10
During pages 9-10 the author describes the bunkhouse and George and Lennie encounter many people and finds out information about them.

Pages 7-8
Lennie and George were around a fire and were eating. While they were eating they were discussing certain topics like tending rabbits and hiding in bushes. It was near night time and people were already falling asleep.

Pages 7-8
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