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Copy of A Christmas Carol

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Stave 1:
Stave 2:
Stave 3:
Stave 4:
Stave 5:
Characters:
Ebeneezer Scrooge
Fred (Scrooge's Nephew)
Bob Crachit (Scrooge's Clerk)
Two Solicitors
Jacob Marley
Marley's Ghost
Marley's
Visit
The First of The Three Spirits
The Second of The Three Spirits
The Last of The Spirits
The End of It
Stave One: Part Two
Setting:
Scrooge's House
Characters: Stave 2
Scrooge (Child)
Fan (Scrooge's Sister)
Fezziwig
Stave 2 scenes:
Scrooge's House
Scrooge's Old School
Fezziwig's
Christmas Party
Scrooge
The Ghost of Christmas Past
Scrooge (Young Adult)
A Fair Young Girl (Belle)
Belle's Husband
Scrooge and Belle's Christmas
Belle's House
Present
Past
"A Christmas Carol" Stave 1 Quiz
Separate sheet of paper!
2. Ebenezer has changed greatly since Marley's death.

a. True b. False
1. How many years have passed since Marley's death?
a. 2
b. 7
c. 15
3. What is Scrooge's business?

a) a countinghouse
b) a bakery
c) a clothing shop

8. Who visits Scrooge late that evening in his home?

a. The ghost of Jacob Marley.
b. His sister, Fan
c. Santa
4. Who is Bob Cratchit?

a) Mr. Scrooge's nearest nephew
b) Mr. Scrooge's young nephew
c) Mr. Scrooge's kind but poor clerk.
5. Who visits Scrooge at the courthouse?
a. His old boss, Mr. Fezziwig
b. His old partner, Jacob Marley.
c. His nephew, Fred.
6. What does Fred ask of his Uncle Ebenezer?

a) Fred asks to borrow money
b) Fred asks him to come to Christmas dinner.
c) Fred ask him for a job.
7. What does Scrooge say in answer to his invitation?

a. Yes, and Merry Christmas!
b. No, and Humbug!
Warm-Up:
What is your favorite holiday memory?

Write your thoughts on the back of a paper snowflake.
Warm-Up:
What holiday gift (or memory) are you most looking forward to receiving (or giving) this year?

Make sure to write the date!
Imagine that you died. :-(

Pretend that someone is going to give a speech about you at your funeral or write an inscription on your tombstone.

What would they say about you?


Warm-Up:
Auld Lang Syne
Characters: Stave 3
Mrs. Emily Cratchit
Martha Cratchit
Two Young Daughters
Bob Cratchit
Stave 3 scenes:
Scrooge's House
The London Streets
The Cratchits' Home
Scrooge
The Ghost of Christmas Present
Tiny Tim
Fred
Fred's Wife
Far-Out Places Around Town
Fred's House
Present
Elsewhere in the Present
Characters: Stave 4
A Fat Man
Another Man
A Third Man
A Red-Faced Man
Stave 4 scenes:
The London Streets
Old Joe's
Beetling Shop
Scrooge
The Ghost of Christmas Future
Mrs. Dilber
A Woman
Old Joe
The Cratchits' Home
Caroline's Home
Present
Future
A Businessman
Another Businessman
Caroline
Caroline's Husband
Mrs. Cratchit
Peter
A Cratchit Girl
Bob Cratchit
A Graveyard
Characters: Stave 5
Stave 5 scenes:
Scrooge's
Home
The London Streets
Fred's House
Scrooge
A Boy
The Portly Solicitor
Fred's Wife
Fred
Bob Cratchit
Scrooge's Counting House
Chains Of Injustice
How long is you chain?
We are awaiting Jesus coming, therefore, during this time we should reflect are your mistakes!
When you've made your chain link, add it to the existing chain at the front of the classroom.
Stave ONE-Part One-Before Marley's Visit
Please date and write title. Complete Sentences.
1. List five character traits of Scrooge. Provide evidence from the story to support your ideas.
EVIDENCE!!!
Remember Characterization:
6. List the the characters in Part One. Explain each character's relationship with Scrooge.

2.2.5
Rules for Revision
Would you have wanted Scrooge to be you friend? Explain-Why or Why not?
2. What is valuable to Scrooge? Make sure to give specific examples.
5. Does Scrooge enjoy life? Use examples from the novel to explain you answer.
4.
Predictions:
How did Scrooge get his unusual attitude toward Christmas? Make a reasonable prediction-support it with evidence from the novel.
2. Why did Marley visit Scrooge? What does this visit tell us about Marley? Support!
3. What does Marley's chain represent? How is the chain made?

4. What frightens Scrooge the most in this section?

5. Explain Marley's fate. What does Marley explain to Scrooge about the never ending journey?
6. What does Scrooge learn from Marley?

"A Christmas Carol" Stave 2 Quiz
Please number from 1-10 separate sheet of paper.
2. How does the first ghost appear?
a) he is a skeleton
b) white robe & a flame above his head
c) he is sitting on top of a pile of the food.

1. What sound occurs before the first spirit arrives?

a. a loud train whistle
b. a clatter of horses' hooves
c. a clanging church bell
3. Who is the first spirit?
a. the Ghost of Christmas Past
b. the Ghost of Christmas Present
c. the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
4. Where does the ghost take Scrooge first?

a. he takes Scrooge to his nephew's house.
b. he takes Scrooge to his first job.
c. he takes Scrooge to the school he attended as a boy.
5. Who does Scrooge see in his visit to the past?
a. a little sister, fan
b. his first boss, Mr. Fezziwig
c. His girlfriend, Belle
d. All of the above
6. Why is Belle crying when she is in Scrooge's office?

a. She is sad because she is releasing him from his promise to marry her
b. She is sad because he has been mean to her
c. She is sad because her friend has died.
7. (4 pts)
The Spirit next shows old Fezziwig holding joyous Christmas party and dance. Scrooge was a young apprentice then and is delighted to remember his old employer's generous actions. The Spirit questions whether Fezziwig deserves praise, and Scrooge defends him, saying "the happiness he gives is quite as great as if it cost a fortune."
His own words make Scrooge instantly remember and regret an action earlier in the day. What had happened, why is he sorry, and what do you think he wishes he had done?

2.2.5
Rules for Revision

2.2.5
Rules for Revision

2.2.5
Rules for Revision
"A Christmas Carol" Stave 3 Quiz
Separate Sheet of Paper
2. What does this spirit look like?
a. a giant dressed in a green robe
b. a skeleton in a black robe
c. a man in a white robe with a flame over his head.
1. Who visits Scrooge next?
a. the Ghost of Christmas Past
b. the Ghost of Christmas Present
c. the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
3. Who lives in the house in the poor section of town?
a. Jacob Marley
b. Fred
c. Mr. Cratchit
8. What hides beneath the ghost's robe?

a) Children that represent want and ignorance

b) Children that represent charity and goodwill

c) Christmas gifts

4. What does Scrooge learn which causes him to feel compassion towards another human being?
a. Tiny Tim will die if things do not change.
b. Bob Cratchit is going to lose his house
c. Mrs. Cratchit does not like him
5. Scrooge is more ashamed of his behavior with every stop.

a) True
b) False

6. At Fred's home, they play a game that honors Scrooge.

a) True
b) False
7. What happens to the ghost while Scrooge is with him?

a) He starts to glow.

b) He ages really fast


c) He gets younger


Warm-Up:
1.1.3
Summarizing and Main Ideas


2.2.5
Rules for Revision
1. At the beginning of Stave Five, Scrooge is happy that the "time" before him is his own. Why would time be so important to Scrooge?

2. How has Scrooge changed?

3. Explain the new feelings Scrooge has for the door knocker.

4.Define the word blithe. Write a sentence-using blithe to describe Scrooge actions.

5. Why was Scrooge so pleased with all the sights and sounds of Christmas. Describe/explain.

6. Fred and Bob have two different initial reactions to the new Scrooge. Explain the reaction and why the men react differently.


(translation: "old long since"
a.k.a. "for old time's sake")
What NUMBER GRADE (not letter!) do you believe you currently have in this class?

Why do you think that this is your grade?
This is the most popular New Year's Eve song in history.
The song you are about to hear is titled:
Should old acquaintance be forgot,
And never brought to mind?
Should old acquaintance be forgot,
And days of old long past.

For old long past.
For old long past.
Should old acquaintance be forgot
And days of old long past

We two have run about the hills
And pulled the flowers fine;
We've wandered many a weary foot
Since old long past.

We two have paddled in the brook,
From morning sun till dinner,
But seas between have roared and swelled
Since old long past.

For old long past.
For old long past.
The seas between have roared and swelled
Since old long past.

And there is a hand, my trusty friend!
And give me a hand of yours!
And we will take a right good-will drink,
For old long past.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And never brought to mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And days o' auld lang syne.

For auld lang syne,
For auld lang syne,
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And days o' auld lang syne.

We twa hae run about the braes
And pu'd the gowans fine;
But we've wander'd mony a weary foot
Sin auld lang syne.

We twa hae sport'd i' the burn,
Frae mornin' sun till dine;
But seas between us hae roar'd an sw'lld
Sin auld lang syne.

For auld lang syne
For auld lang syne
The seas between us hae roar'd and sw'lld
Sin auld lang syne.

And there's a hand, my trusty fiere!
And gie's a hand o' thine!
And we'll tak a cup o' kindness yet,
For auld lang syne.
original Scottish poem (1788)
modern translation
New Year's Resolutions
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
(part 1 of 3)
Robert Burns
Underneath your grade prediction warm-up, write your interpretation of what you believe this song is saying. Why is this song played on New Years Eve?
Warm-Up:
(part 2 of 3)
Warm-Up:
Robert Burns' "Auld Lang Syne" is a poem all about the memories of the past and celebrating the joy of yesterday while looking forward to the promise of tomorrow no matter what may come your way.
New Year's Resolutions
(part 3 of 3)
Now that you know your current grade:
What is YOUR "New Year's Resolution" for this class? And how do you plan on accomplishing that goal?

(Write your thoughts down under your warm-up)
Today's Warm-Up is THREE reflection questions. You must write your answers in complete sentences.

Please number a blank sheet of paper from 1 to 3.

Be sure to skip a few lines between each number

(You will see the questions in just a moment).
Warm-Up:
"A Christmas Carol" Stave 4 Quiz
Separate Sheet of Paper
2. What does this spirit look like?
a) A giant dressed in a green robe
b) A dark shadowy figure
c) A man in a white robe with a flame over his head

1. Who visits Scrooge next?

a) Ghost of Christmas Past
b) Ghost of Christmas Present
c) Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

3. What is the ghost supposed to show him?

a) things that have already happened
b) things that will happen in the future
c) things that will never happen

8. (3 pts)
Which Spirit had the greatest effect on Scrooge? Explain your choice.
4. What are the men on the street discussing?

a) the death of a person who was not liked by others

b) the death of someone who was loved by others

c) a Christmas party


5. What chases Scrooge?

a) A mean dog
b) An angry neighbor
c) The ghostly hearse which carried Marley.
6. Scrooge sees tenderness and love at the death of Tiny Tim.

a) True
c) False
7. Who is the dead man that everyone dislikes?

a) Scrooge

b) Cratchit

c) Tiny Tim


How would you explain the importance of the Christmas season to Scrooge? Give examples-personal experience.
1. What was the purpose of the ringing bell?
Focus: Flashback
1. Explain what the Spirit's light represents.
2.
What would cause the Spirit to hide its light under its cap?
3.
Why did the Spirit visit Scrooge? What was Scrooge's initial reaction to the Spirit?
4.
How did young Scrooge change throughout his life?
5.
What may have caused Scrooge to turn his attitude toward the gold and away from people
?
6. List the things in his past that caused Scrooge's present attitude about Christmas.

Scrooge's Journey
Dickens writes this Stave in Flashback.
Go back and review all the settings of Stave 2 (Look at the slides before)
Each setting has a significance to the Spirit's lesson and a profound effect on Scrooge.
Complete a journey circle by writing (evidence) and illustrating the places (settings) Scrooge and the Spirit of Christmas Past visit and explaining the effect each place has on Scrooge.

9. Why has Marley come visit Ebenezer?

a) To scare Scrooge because he does not like him.
b) To warn Scrooge that the same thing will happen to him if he does not change.
c) To talk to Scrooge because he misses him.
10. What will happen to give Scrooge a chance to avoiding Marley's fate?

a) Scrooge must give away all that he owns.
b) Scrooge must invite the poor to eat.
c) Scrooge must be visited by three ghosts.
1. Why is the Ghost of Christmas Present a stranger to Scrooge?

2. Where does the Ghost of Christmas Present take Scrooge?

3. Why did the Spirit not show Scrooge his own present Christmas?

4. Bob Cratchit offers a Christmas toast in Scrooge's honor. Mrs. Cractchit's feelings about Scrooge are different from her husband's. What would cause this difference in their feelings?

5. After visiting the celebrations at the Cratchit's house and at his nephew's house, how do Scrooge's attitude and feelings begin to change?

6. What is happening to the Spirit at the end of this section? What would cause this to happen?
1. Scrooge says. "I am not the man I was." What does it mean? What causes the change? How do the Spirits cause the change in Scrooge?

2. What does this final experience teach Scrooge?

3. Why is Stave Four the most frightening for Scrooge? Why is the future more frightening then the present?

4. Explain why the visions of the future would convince Scrooge to alter his life.

5. At the end of the section, Scrooge promises to honor Christmas all year. How does Scrooge see this promise as a way to alter his present life?

6. Do you think Scrooge would have changed his life without the help of the Spirits? Explain your answer.
What do you see in your future?
Spirit Three gives Scrooge a glimpse of his future. Using your mind's eye and your imagination, what do you see in your future.

Ex: where do you live? (country) Who are your friends? Career? Married? College? Hobbies?

Complete a Popplet with images
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