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G/T LA Reading Guide - October 2012 Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes
1. As you read, Notice – Name – Analyze the elements of good fiction. (grade)
2. After reading designated pages, reflect on the following questions each day in your NB OR directly on this sheet OR type up your responses (OR any combination of those): (grade)
Day 1 = AFTER pages 1-10: Predict why the spelling of words is so weird on these first pages?
I predict that Charlie has a lower qi
Day 2 = AFTER pages 32-33: Analyze the changes Charlie has gone through since page 1.
He is spelling better.
Day 3 = AFTER page 49: Describe Miss Kinnian, using at least 3 quotes or examples from the
Previous pages to support your adjectives/opinions.
She helps she said to learn foreign languages. She also she says that it is important to use the commas. She finally said that you got to
Day 4 = AFTER pages 60-66: Wait a minute…this is a first person narrative, right?!?!? So, notice
This part is different… How is it different & why do you think the author switched POV?
It is a memory where he is not thinking like he used to.
Day 5 = AFTER page 102: OK, so now it’s May 20th. Spring Cleaning at my house! What does?
Springtime mean for Charlie? Consider the symbolism of SPRING/rebirth of
Flowers/grass, etc…What might this time of year represent for Charlie? If you could ask him
Anything, what would you ask him?
It means that he gets to see his first spring “alive” so to say.
Day 6 = after pages 140-150: Wow! What just happened here??? (Not a summary! I read it, too!)
Imagine the news reported on this conference/presentation. What would the headlines read?
What would a reporter have to say about Charlie and this conference/presentation? What would
The caption says under Charlie’s picture in the newspaper or in a TV report?
He goes on a plane and he is going somewhere else besides New York.
Day 7 = after page 193:...