{Lord of the Flies} Student Workbooks **DIGITAL VERSION** Because of the move to online instruction for many, due to Covid-19, I have made a Google Slides Version of this workbook. LitCharts Teacher Editions. A Teacher’s Guide to Lord of the Flies by William Golding 3 InTRoDUCTIon In a desolate land devastated by war, children struggle to survive with no food, no shelter, no grownups, and no rules.

Huts on the Beach 4.

Shadows and Tall Trees 8.

The Sound of the Shell 2. Find a summary of this and each chapter of Lord of the Flies! Cry of the Hunters Notes 4 24 36 44 58 73 84 96 112 120 132 143 159. Castle Rock 12.

LORD OF THE FLIES a novel by WILLIAM GOLDING. Teach your students to analyze literature like LitCharts does. Students also review foreshadowing and make predictions.

Fire on the Mountain 3. What is the significance of "Painted Faces and Long Hair"? Contents 1.

Detailed explanations, analysis, and citation info for every important quote on LitCharts.

Gift for the Darkness 9.

Beast from Water 6. Chapter Summary for William Golding's Lord of the Flies, chapter 8 summary. Beast from Air 7. Jack's and the hunters: hunting, having fun. The Shell and the Glasses 11. (chapter 3) Ralph's side: shelters, rules, order. In chapter eight of Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, Jack and his hunters sharpen a stick at both ends and place the dismembered, bloody head of a pig on it. Humans turn hunters; innocence is lost. Why does Roger aim just to miss?

(chapter 4) He's been affected by civilization and still has the rules and consequences at the back of his mind. At the end of Chapter 3 in "Lord of the Flies", Simon crawls inside this space (we cannot imagine why) and chills out there while evening approaches, musing non-specifically.

Fans of The Hunger Games will immediately identify this young-adult, post-apocalyptic scenario. Painted Faces and Long Hair 5. A View to a Death 10. Instant downloads of all 1297 LitChart PDFs (including Lord of the Flies). Lord of the Flies Chapter 5 Worksheet - Compare and contrast the leadership styles of Ralph and Jack in chapter 5 of Lord of the Flies. (chapter 4) Savagery and the passage of time on the island.