Using at least the following 7 characters, create predictions based on what would lie
ahead in the character’s future after leaving the island. Your predictions must be based
on facts you know about the characters (personalities, actions on the island).
Piggy (pretending he did not die)
Simon (pretending he did not die)
Design the page similar to the solution station, but ignoring months of the year and
astrological signs. (ex: you will use the character’s name instead of their sign)
Movie Analysis Instructions:
1. Pretend you are being hired to direct an upcoming film version of the novel Lord
of the Flies.
2. Make a list of similarities and differences. How would your film be like the book?
What will you change to make the movie better?
3. Write an article:
a. introducing your movie,
b. comparing and contrasting the movie and book,
c. and conclusion
4. Cast the actors for the film
a. Use the website www.imdb.com for help
b. Use modern day, age appropriate actors
Book Review Directions:
A book review is JUST LIKE a movie review! You are asked to give your OPINION
about The Lord of the Flies, and explain why you like/dislike the book.
**** BE SURE TO KEEP ALL MAJOR EVENTS AND ENDINGS SECRET!!*******
Follow these steps:
1. Decide whether you will write a positive or negative review. Out of 5 stars, how
many would the book receive? Or, if you were to grade the book from A-F, what
grade would the book get?
2. List your reasons why you liked/disliked the book.
3. Find evidence from the book, or list examples from the book that you
4. VISIT THE PURPLE SOLUTION STATION TO SEE HOW THE BOOK REVIEW
FORMAT/ LENGTH SHOULD BE SET UP.
5. Write a rough draft.
Interview with characters/author:
You will be creating one interview for the cast of characters in the book and the author.
THIS IS NOT SEPARATE INTERVIEWS FOR EACH.
1. Create a list of at least 5 people (must include author) to ask questions to.
2. Think of interesting, thought provoking questions to ask (ideas that you would like
to know more about, questions about why certain things happen, explanations,
3. Write at least 8 questions, making it clear who each question is directed to
a. Ex: Simon, why did you_______?
b. Ex: Piggy, how did you feel when______?
c. Ex: Mr. Golding, what was the purpose of ________?
4. Write detailed, descriptive responses to each question in the point of view of the
Letters to the Editor Instructions:
People write letters to an editor to express their opinions about something they read in a
magazine, newspaper, etc.
You will write at least 5 different letters (pretending to be different people who have read
the book) stating opinions about the themes, symbols, characters and actions in the
book. See purple solution station in the front of the room for help.
1. Make a list of possible themes, events, character struggles, symbols and other
opinions that a reader may have
a. Possibilities include: Ralphs decision making, Jack’s need for power,
symbolism of the pigs head, Symbolism of Simon, etc.
2. Each letter needs to be approximately one paragraph long (3 -5 sentences) and
state opinions about the book