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John Steinbeck 's Of Mice and Men is a parable about what it means to be human.
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A PowerPoint introduction to lingering racist attitudes in the United States since the Civil War, especially relating to the treatment of Crooks. The experiences that they will read about are those of teenagers during the s. Like George and Lennie, these teenagers are on the move finding temporary work where they can. Several hundred thousand people fled North and West during the s.
Of Mice and Men
After analyzing an excerpt from Romeo and Juliet, we went over the review sheet for the final. The students then did a district assessment on Romeo and Juliet and we continued to watch the film. HW- Review for final that will be on Tuesday. After mini-edit 58 and a book check, we finished reading the play. We then watched more of the film. HW- Review for final.
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Of Mice and Men Test | Final Test - Hard
This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 of 3 essay topics. With whom does Curley's wife try to flirt in Chapter 4? At the end of the book, where does George tell Lennie they are going? What does George ask of Curley after they have discovered what has happened? Why does Crooks live in a separate space than the rest of the men? What was Crooks doing in the beginning of Chapter 4, before Lennie entered, and then again at the end of the chapter when he is alone again?
B. The stable man of the farm who must live in the harness room because he is African. American. C. Understands what George.
Of Mice and Men
John Steinbeck was born in what city? New York City, NY b. Salinas, CA c. Omaha, NE d.
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