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1 Lord of the Flies William Golding Chapter Twelve

2 TASK 1: Listen and read to the first part of the chapter (pp ) and answer the following questions. Where is Ralph at the beginning of the chapter? Why did Ralph feel that: for the time being he was safe. (p 226) Which other famous places on the island does Ralph go to in this passage of the chapter?

3 TASK 2: Attempt the quiz. Your task is to put the events from the beginning of the chapter into the correct chronological order. Launch the Quiz TASK 3: Match the halves of the quotations in your worksheet exercise number one. To the Worksheet

4 TASK 4: Ralph & Samneric at the Castle Rock (pp ) What reason do they give for not joining Ralph? You don t know Roger. He s a terror. (p 233) How do they help Ralph? They are going to hunt you to-morrow. (p 232) What is Ralph s plan for the next day? I ll lie up close; in that thicket down there. Would you join Ralph in this situation?

5 TASK 5: Hunting Ralph down Listen, Ralph. Never mind what s sense. That s gone- (p 232) Why do you think Jack wants to hunt Ralph down? What is the plan of the hunt? What are they going to do when they get Ralph? What advice would you give to Ralph?

6 TASK 5: Hunting Ralph down Why does Ralph s plan fail? How do the hunters try to get him out of the thicket? Which three options does Ralph consider during his chase? Where does he hide for a moment?

7 TASK 6: True False Quiz Click on the T/F icon Skip the Quiz 1. Ralph seems to understand that there is no physical beast on the island. 2. Samneric betray Ralph.

8 TASK 6: True False Quiz Click on the T/F icon Skip the Quiz 3. The huge red rock hit the thicket where Ralph was hiding. 4. Ralph didn t hurt any of the hunters.

9 TASK 6: True False Quiz Click on the T/F icon Skip the Quiz 5. Ralph was afraid he might forget the danger he was facing. 6. Ralph hides in the old Simon s hiding place.

10 TASK 6: True False Quiz Click on the T/F icon Skip the Quiz 7. The fire destroyed most of the island. 8. They were rescued because the sailors spotted the smoke.

11 TASK 6: True False Quiz Click on the T/F icon Skip the Quiz 9. Percival seems to have forgotten even his own name. 10. Jack admits to his leadership to the naval officer.

12 TASK 7: Irony of the rescue. Do the exercise in your worksheet. To the Worksheet TASK 8: Attempt the revision quiz for chapter twelve. To the Quiz

13 1. Ralph seems to understand that there is no physical beast on the island. CORRECT not far away from the tribe, so that if the horrors of the supernatural emerged one could at least mix with humans for the time being (p 234)

14 2. Samneric betray Ralph. CORRECT Roger spoke. If you are fooling us- Immediately after this, there came a gasp, and a squeal of pain (p 236)

15 3. The huge red rock hit the thicket where Ralph was hiding. CORRECT the whole thicket bent and the roots screamed as they came out of the earth together (p 238)

16 4. Ralph didn t hurt any of the hunters. CORRECT Ralph thrust his own stick through the crack and struck with all his might someone was moaning outside the wounded savage kept groaning. (p 239)

17 5. Ralph was afraid he might forget the danger he was facing. CORRECT Most he was beginning to dread the curtain that might waver in his brain, blacking out the sense of danger, making a simpleton of him. (p 241)

18 6. Ralph hides in the old Simon s hiding place. CORRECT Here, bushes and a wild tangle of creeper made a mat beneath was a space, perhaps a foot high in the middle of that you would be five yards from the edge in darkness (p 242)

19 7. The fire destroyed most of the island. CORRECT The fire was a big one and the drum-roll was nearer The fools! The fire must be almost at the fruit trees.. (p 243)

20 8. They were rescued because the sailors spotted the smoke. CORRECT We saw your smoke. What have you been doing? Having a war or something? (p 247)

21 9. Percival seems to have forgotten even his own name. CORRECT I m, I m But there was no more to come. Percival Wemys Medison sought in his head for an incantation that had faded clean away. (p 247)

22 10. Jack admits to his leadership to the naval officer. CORRECT A little boy who wore the remains of an extraordinary black cap on his red hair and who carried the remains of a pair of spectacles at his waist, started forward, then changed his mind and stood still. (pp )

23 TRY AGAIN

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