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Introduction to Lord of the Flies

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Joel Agee

on 27 September 2013

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Transcript of Introduction to Lord of the Flies

What if

fell apart?
What would

happen next?
What would the
After the atomic bomb
dramatically ended World War II, people around the world began to realize that humans have the power to destroy all of civilization with the push of a button.
While in our time, a century later, we're less worried
about nuclear war than about ecological disaster and
global terrorism, this question still haunts us:
Who would
the law?
What would we
Who would
the innocent?
eat and drink?
How would we know
what to do
What could hold society
for the common good?
What happens
after the end
of the world?
In his novel
Lord of the Flies
William Golding
explores the question:
What are the
benefits and boundaries
of civilization?
by answering this question
Lord of the Flies
by William Golding
every page:

every chapter:
study guide evidence:
at the end:

at the top of the page:
in the margins:
in the text:
what happens
notice notes
Character actions
Conflict changes
Setting changes

new character enters
word I don't know
this part is confusing
important (or could be)
golden lines
big idea quotes
key descriptions
Annotation Guide
write the question number
Write the study guide question number by
the answer(s) in the text
How you got the answer is more important
than the answer itself

key question
What are the benefits
and boundaries of civilization?
Lord of the Flies
by William Golding
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