Of Mice and Men Storyboard - Humble Independent School ...

Of Mice and Men Storyboard - Humble Independent School ...

Of Mice and Men Storyboard Complete the following questions on the back of each chapter box. Chapter 1: Chapter 2: Chapter 3: 1.) Describe the tone of the first two paragraphs of the book. (Tone: think of an ADJECTIVE to describe the emotion or feelings of the text) 2.) Describe Georges internal conflicts about Lennie. Select a quote to prove this point. 3.)What does George say sets Lennie and him apart from other ranch workers? What theme does this emphasize (look at your background notes)? 1.) How do the men feel about the presence of Curleys wife on the ranch? Why do you think her character is not given a name? 2.) Which character is the leader of the ranch workers (by leader, I dont mean boss or employer)? How is he described to prove that he is the leader? 3.) Select a quote from Chapter 2 that foreshadows the tragic ending of the book. 1.) Why is Candy so hesitant to have his dog killed? What theme is Candy emphasizing (look at your background notes) 2.) Why does Carlson want to kill Candys dog? What theme does Candys dog emphasize? 3.) How does the reality of the American Dream change for George and Lennie in chapter 3. Describe the tone of the book at

this point (pages 59-61) Chapter 4: 1.) How is the level of isolation for Crooks different from the other characters? Select a quote to prove your answer. 2. ) How is Lennies childlike innocence emphasized in his conversation with Crooks? 3.) Crooks considers joining George and Lennies dream, but changes his mind. Why is this change important to Crooks character? Chapter 5: Chapter 6: 1.) How is the tone at the beginning of the chapter different outside the barn versus inside the barn? 2. ) What can you learn about the opportunities for women during the 1930s from Curleys wife in this scene? Select a quote to prove your answer. 3.) What are 3 incidents from the book that foreshadow the death of Curleys wife? 1.) What are 3 parallels (similarities) that Steinbeck creates between Chapter 1 and Chapter 6? 2. ) Which scene from the book best foreshadows the death of Lennie? 3.) What is Georges motivation for killing Lennie? Select a quote to demonstrate Georges compassion in this scene.

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