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Lord of the Flies Activities

Lord of the Flies Prereading Group Activity – Students get into small groups and pretend that they are trapped on an island without adults. They answer a series of questions and find either unity or dissension amongst their tribe. Students should complete this activity before reading Lord of the Flies.
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Lord of the Flies Implicit Characterizations Activity – Students identify a textual section from Lord of the Flies that demonstrates and implicit character trait.  Students illustrate the text.
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Literary Conflicts Lesson with Review Game – Slide show presentation on the five types of conflicts in literature with a Lord of the Flies review game.
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Lord of the Flies Figurative Language Worksheet: Four page, 26 question worksheet featuring examples of figurative language taken from Lord of the Flies. Students determine what figure of speech is used and explain their answers.
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3 Comments

  1. Linda Morrison

     /  March 22, 2016

    I think these exercises are perfect. The children we are presently working with have some educational deficits, but the makeup of the activities does not impede them from getting through the reading of the text and the applications of the exercises therein.

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  2. Jane Cohen

     /  February 16, 2014

    Thank you so much for these activities. I especially like the anticipation group activity. I am going to use this in about two weeks. Thanks for getting my creativity flowing!

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  3. Connie McBryde-Keith

     /  April 20, 2012

    Thank you for sharing these activities. I absolutely love them.

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