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Lord Of The Flies: Defining Moments

Lord Of the Flies. Ralph has many defining moments importannt and not. Look and see how we rate a describe diverse moments/actions.
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Natalie Letts

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Transcript of Lord Of The Flies: Defining Moments

Defining Moment 2
In this defining moment, Ralph shows that he cares about Piggy and doesn't just push him off like a piece of garbage. In this moment, he is showing his companionship with Piggy. On page 41, it says "Ralph stood away from the pile and put the glasses into Piggy's groping hands. This changed our character, Ralph, in many ways. He was changed because he showed that he cared about someone besides himself and showed Piggy that he didn't think he was a nobody. I rated this HIGH because he is now gaining respect from his followers.
Defining Moment 3
In this moment, Ralph is showing he no longer cares about anyone but himself. On page 148, it says "Let them go,' said Ralph, eneasily, 'I don't care." (pg. 148) This changed our character, Ralph. in many ways. He showed his anger and hatred toward Jack and he showed how much he wanted to get off the island. I rated this LOW because he is losing the trust of his followers and even Piggy. Piggy was probably wondering, would he not of cared if I left?
Defining Moment 5
In this defining moment, Ralph is truly showing his vulnerability when he starts crying and is so thankful for being saved. On page 202, it says "The tears began to flow and sobs shook him." (pg. 202) This changed our character, Ralph, in many ways. He s showing vulnerability in front of a crowd and it shows how overjoyed he is to get off the island. I rated this HIGH because this is when they get off the island!! It is so exciting!
Defining Moment 4
In this defining moment, Ralph is showing Jack that he can make his own tribe all he wants, but he can't hide who he truly is. On page 179, it says "You're a beast and a swine and a bloody, bloody theif!" (pg. 179) This changed our character, Ralph in many ways. He was able to let out of his anger that was building up inside of him. Also, he showed Jack and all the Littleuns who is boss. Lastly, it once again showed his hatred against Jack. I rated this HIGH because he is kind of gaining authority again.
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Defining Moment 1
In the first defining moment, Ralph has decided that the shelters are more important than the food. On page 51, it says "Well, we haven't got any yet. And we want shelters." (pg. 51) This changed our character, Ralph, in many ways. He is now starting to make his prioritys and he is proving himself chief. I rated this defining moment HIGH because this is the first time he showed concern for being organized and this shows throughout the book.
Defining Moment 5
In this defining moment, everyone got rescued from the island! Of course when they got rescued, it was because of the fire! I think this will impact him a lot to perservere. On page 202, it says "We saw your smoke. What have you been doing? Having a war or something?" (pg. 202) This impacted our character, Ralph, in many ways. He not only got rescued, but he got rescued all because he had determintaion. I rated this as HIGH because this is a VERY good thing happening to Ralph and I think this will change him forever.
Lord Of The Flies: Defining Moments
By: Makayla Parker and Natalie Letts.
Defining Moment 1
In this defining moment, Ralph found the conch and his life was changed forever. He was in charge, he made the first step forward. On page 17, it says "Ralph pursed his lips and squirted air into the shell [...]" (pg .17) This changed our character, Ralph in the following ways. He showed the foreshadowing for when he was a leader. I rated this HIGH because this changed him into a leader.
By: Natalie Letts
By: Natalie Letts
By: Natalie Letts
By: Natalie Letts
By: Natalie Letts
By: Makayla Parker
Defining Moment 2
By: Makayla Parker
In this defining moment, Ralph takes responsibility and stepped up and went to find the beast, even though Jack was the hunter. On page 104, it says "Something deep in Ralph spoke for him. 'I'm cheif. I'll go. Don't argue." (pg. 104) This changed our character, Ralph, in many ways. He proved himself cheif and really stepped up to back up his actions. I rated this MEDIUM because it didn't rally hurt Ralph or harm Ralph.
Defining Moment 3
By: Makayla Parker
In this defining moment, when Jack left, Ralph stayed strog and stuck to his rescue plan, fire=smoke. He didn't go along with Jack. On page 150, it says "I'm cheif' said Ralph, 'because you chose me. And we were going to keep the fire going, Now you run after food-" (pg. 150) This changed our character, Ralph, in many ways. This was a big moment, the speration, of Ralph and Jack! We knew they were arguing but never thought it would go this far!! I rated this LOW because now Ralph has lost half of his group, and that lowers his self-confidence for getting off the island.
Defining Moment 4
By: Makayla Parker
In this defining moment, Ralph actually showed maturity; he was thoughtfull. On page 167, it says "So did I. How's Piggy?" (pg. 167) This changed our character, Ralph, in many ways. Ralph not only asked if Piggy was ok but was truly concerned about Piggy and his health. I rated this MEDIUM because although it happened, nothing really came out of it because Piggy didn't hear, which would of been good, and he didnt get a beating from Jack because of what he said, and that would have been bad.
By: Makayla Parker
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