This chapter contains some difficult experiences for candy, curley, and lennie, but also brings a great deal of hope to some of the men as well group: literature literature quizzes. In chapter 3 of john steinbeck's of mice and men, we find ourselves at the back at the bunkhouse one of the main themes of this chapter seems to be relationships george tells slim about his. Of mice and men chapter 4 summary by john steinbeck in this chapter we are brought to crooks, the black stable bucks, room he has a small room attached to the barn. Best answer: hey im suppose to do a project on that right this second, but im procastinating 1 george was defensive, and started talking bout what lennie can do 2he said they are the only one each other got he watched over him after his aunt clara died. Read chapter 3 from the story of mice and men by saphirejasmine with 22,937 readsi do not own this book thanks and enjoy:) chapter 3.
2 what does slim say he finds funny 3 george says if he were really smart he would be doing what 4 what is the story behind why lennie and george travel together. Chapter 3 enlarge image later that evening, george tells slim about why he and lennie travel together and more about what happened in weed back to of mice and men index activity. Of mice and men –compare and contrast the language of the first two pages of chapter 1 and those of the last chapter using details from each, discuss the details and imagery that reveal the tone of each chapter. If you're looking for a review for of mice and men, read these chapter summaries and explanation of literary elements learn some of the key moments in the book including foreshadowing of the dramatic conclusion.
Chapter 3 mice and men how does steinbeck create tension in chapter 3steinbeck creates tension in chapter 3 in numerous ways he describes the layout and lighting of the rooms which gives the reader insight into the setting he describes the conversations in the bunk house, the noise levels and the noises heard from outside again setting the scene. What are some recurring images in of mice and menand what is their purpose trees and leaves, sun and light, water, animals, and sound are five recurring images in of mice and men the trees, leaves, sun, light, and water images in chapter 1 establish an edenic paradise where the cares of the world disappear. Image pack each cell in your storyboard will be exported as a standalone image in a zip file best for: presentations, app smashing high resolution image.
In this chapter lennie gets a puppy from slim and spends every free second he has in the barn with it he tries to sneak it into the bunk house under his jacket one time, but george forces him to return it to its mother in the barn slim and george talk about lennie, and george confesses some. Of mice and men chapter 3: collaborative group activity 10th grade a level english purpose of lesson the focus of todayís lesson is a cooperative learning project, where students will work in groups to create a poster that effectively. This entry was posted on may 27, 2009 at 4:46 am and is filed under chapter 3 study guideyou can follow any responses to this entry through the rss 20 feed you can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. The men return from suzy's brothel, $250 poorer when george comes in and candy admits that they've told crooks about the farm, george is not happy nah, man, crooks was just joking he retreats once again into the sadness and safety of his solitary life.
Summary alone in the bunkhouse, george thanks slim for giving lennie a pup slim comments on lennie's ability to work hard and mentions that it is obvious lennie is not too bright slim then asks why lennie and george go around together because most of the ranch hands he's seen are always alone and [n]ever seem to give a damn about nobody. A series of ppts supporting my teaching of omam from the opening through to chapter 3 bits of it are stolen from other ppts on tes, so it's not all entirely original this was for a middle set. View notes - chapter 3 study guide answer key from j 89709 at sandhills school of mice and men: chapter 3 reading and study guide i vocabulary: be able to define the following words and understand. Of mice and men chapter 3 the light of evening shines into the dark bunkhouse some of the men are outside playing horseshoes, but george and slim are inside topic tracking: landscape 3.
Of mice and men questions and answers the question and answer section for of mice and men is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel. This lesson will summarize chapter three of john steinbeck's 'of mice and men,' exploring the story that george tells slim about lennie's past as well as the major events of curley and lennie's. Of mice and men chapter 3 the questions below fall into two broad categories in the first group you have ones based around the factual events in the novel. New bffs slim and george walk into the bunkhouse together george thanks slim for lennie's new puppy slim asks the question that's on everyone's mind, wanting to know why a cuckoo like lennie and a smart little guy like george are traveling around together.