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Anger, Hatred & Fear

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Transcript of Anger, Hatred & Fear

Lord of the Flies
Anger, Hatred & Fear
Which characters show fear in the novel?
Pathetic Fallacy
Foreshadowing
Personification
Dialogue
Creating sympathy in reader
Descriptive language - adjectives
Characters actions - verbs
How does Golding show Anger, Hatred and Fear in the novel?
On each table there are sheets of A3 paper.

You are to go round each table and search in the book for examples of adjectives and verbs that show each emotion.

Write the words and page number on the A3 sheet.

15 minutes at each table. Then swap.


Carousel of Emotion
Anger

Hatred

Fear
Let's look at each sheet
Which character represents Anger and Hatred?
Objectives:
Explain what adjectives and verbs are
Establish link of descriptive writing to emotion
Reference quotes from the text that show emotion
Reflection
Fill out your reflection for today's lesson
Objectives:
Explain what adjectives and verbs are
Establish link of descriptive writing to emotion
Reference quotes from the text that show emotion
Show Me Emotion
How could you describe the features of an angry man?
Write a sentence to show this.
How could you describe the features
of someone hating a person?
Write a sentence to show this.
How could you describe some in fear for their life?
write a sentence to show this.
PEELA
Point (make your point)
Evidence (put in a quote or describe the scene)
Explain (explain your interpretations; writer’s intent)
Link (to context; to reader; to question)
Alternate (is there an alternative way of looking at the quote?)

http://www.nobelprize.org/educational/literature/golding/lof.html
Paradise Hell on Earth
The sea:
"The white surf flicked the coral reef."
"...the long, grinding roar of the breakers on the beach "

The heat: "The water was warmer than [Ralph's] blood and he might have been swimming in a huge bath."
The heat hit him.

Fruit: "Everywhere was the scent of ripeness."
"They were now used to stomach-aches and a sort of chronic diarrhoea."

The lagoon: "Inside [the lagoon] was peacock water, rocks and weed showing as in an aquarium."
"The swell... seemed like the breathing of some stupendous creature."
At the start of the novel, we are told:
"Ralph and Jack smiled at each other with shy liking"
Yet by the end, they are mortal enemies. What happens to ruin their friendship?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/english_literature/proselordflies/4prose_lord_flies_sprev2.shtml
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