Vocabulary Scar- a bare rocky place on a mountainside or other steep slope
Motif- single or repeated design
Enmity- deep hatred
Furtive- shy, devious
Strident- harsh and loud
Mortification- shame, humiliation
Indignation- anger aroused by something unjust, mean, or unworthy
Immure- walled in
Hiatus- a gap, break, or pause
Setting- where the story takes place
What is the setting of this story?An island
Point of View- position from which things are viewed or delivered
First Person- narrator refers to self as “I”
Third Person Omniscient-Person is privy to all facts and events of the story
Third Person Limited- Story from the perspective of the focal character
Characterization- Method used by the writer to develop a character
Direct Characterization-writer makes direct statements about what a character is like Indirect Characterization- writer reveals information about a character through the character’s thoughts, words, and actions
Imply- strongly suggest the truth or existence of something
Infer- conclude from evidence and reasoning rather than explicit statements
(p7)What major characteristic do we get of the first boy?
(p7)What major characteristic do we get of the second boy?
(p8)What happened to the plane that made these boys stranded on the island?
(p9/11)What are the two boys’ names?
(p9)Why can’t Piggy run or swim?
(p11)How does Ralph behave when he learns what people called Piggy at home?
(p13)What does Ralph’s father do for a living and why does this provide hope for Ralph?