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1 A novella by Robert Louis Stevenson

2 Jigsaw: each person is responsible for pulling only the most important information of their paragraph and then reporting it to the class. You may write on it or underline if that helps you prepare. We will take turns putting together our information.

3 How do you approach a friend in trouble? Think of a situation in your life when you had to approach a friend you thought needed help with a problem. Discuss with a partner the difficulties in confronting a friend, and explain how you addressed the situation. Be prepared to share your partners answer. (instant classroom)

4 We will read to discover how one man decides to approach a friend in trouble.

5 abominable Austere Conflagration Demeanor Eddy Negligence Odius Perplexity Sedulously Sullenness

6 Finish Illustrated Vocabulary Read 1 st chapter: Story of the Door

7 In your journal, answer this question with a FULL paragraph (or more): Are people different in public than they are in private? Do they behave differently depending on who they are around? Do you behave differently around different people? In public or private? Collect Illustrated Vocabulary

8 Begin to fill out plot diagram (keep this!) Main character? Other major characters? Any minor characters? What belongs in our exposition? What do we know about the mysterious Mr. Hyde? What does he look like?

9 We are getting some FORESHADOWING of events to come. How do we know Mr. Hyde is not a good person? What is he capable of doing? Why is Mr. Utterson worried about Dr. Jeckyll?

10 Draw a 4-6 slide comic strip illustrating the main points of chapter 1. Each slide should have a clear explanation of what is happening. This can be through an explanation at the bottom, or through talking bubbles. Yes, you can use stick figures. Yes, I would like it to have color.

11 We will begin reading together, but you need to finish this for next class. HOMEWORK: Read Chapter 2: The Search for Mr. Hyde Finish your cartoon for Chapter 1.

12 Your homework was: Read The Search for Mr. Hyde ch. 2 Finish cartoon of Ch. 1

13 In your journal, answer this question with a FULL paragraph (or more): Is it OK to spy on a friend, or investigate behind their back, if you think they are in trouble? How will you know if you have gone too far? How would you feel if you found out a friend was doing this to you?

14 Why did Dr. Jekylls will concern Mr. Utterson so much? Why now more than ever? Who is Dr. Lanyon? How would you describe him? What is his connection to Dr. Jekyll like now? What was it about Dr. Jekyll that concerned Dr. Lanyon? Why did Mr. Utterson hang around the street at night? Who is Mr. Poole? What good information does he give us? What is the strange clauses of the will? (pg 20)

15 Mr. Utterson had heard of Mr. Hyde before. He will inherit everything of Dr. Jekylls if Dr. Jeckyll dies. Dr. Lanyon was upset with Dr. Jekyll for his weird and unusual science experiments. Now he keeps his distance from Jekyll. Mr. Utterson, Dr. Lanyon, and Dr. Jekyll are very old friends, but 2 of them have never met Mr. Hyde. Mr. Hyde has an animal-like quality to him. We finally get a description of Mr. Hyde (pg 17)

16 Draw a 4-6 slide cartoon illustrating the main points of chapter 2. Yes, you can use stick figures. Yes, I would like it to have color. Our final goal is to have a complete comic book of the novella.

17 Finish cartoon for chapter 2. Read Chapter 3 Dr. Jekyll Was Quite at Ease Lets begin Chapter 3 together...

18 Finish Chapter 2 comic strip Read Chapter 3: Dr. Jekyll Was Quite at Ease

19 Answer in a full paragraph Mr. Utterson goes directly to Dr. Jekyll to discuss his concerns, but Dr. Jekyll insists that he mind his own business and leave the matter of Mr. Hyde alone. Is this a normal response? Should a friend take offense at nosiness by a friend? Is Mr. Utterson pushing the lines of acceptable friendship behavior? When is it acceptable to push a friend for personal information?

20 What does Dr. Jekyll look like? What is his personality like? How does he explain his relationship/interest in Mr. Hyde? How does the meeting of the friends end? In other words, how is the issue between them resolved?

21 Dr. Jekyll is very likable in personality and handsome, as well. He believes Dr. Lanyon was silly for his judgment of Dr. Jekylls experiments. He refuses to speak of Mr. Hyde to Mr. Utterson. Dr. Jekyll begs Mr. Utterson to be understanding and take care of Mr. Hyde if anything should happen.

22 The usual stuff!

23 Finish Chapter 3 comic strip Read Chapter 4 The Carew Murder Case

24 Finish Ch. 3 comic strip Finish reading Ch. 4 The Carew Murder Check the whiteboard to see if your reading project is missing your name! I cant give a grade until I know who it belongs to.

25 Book Reviews Book Projects Comics and misc.

26 Journal entry: full paragraph Humans have a dual nature. We have a good side and a bad side. Write about a time that you did something that you believe was really good. Then write about something you feel was pretty bad. (You dont have to share it, but be aware that I will be reading it.)

27 This novella is the beginning of the genre of MYSTERY. Sherlock Holmes took over from here. Why are the police looking for Mr. Hyde? Why do they go to Mr. Utterson to get more information? What is the problem with the cane that was used as a weapon? How does Mr. Hydes landlord respond when she learns they are looking for him?

28 Mr. Hyde mercilessly beat the elderly Mr. Carew with a cane and killed the man. Mr. Carew had a note for Mr. Utterson. Mr. Utterson had given that very cane to Dr. Jekyll as a gift. Mr. Hyde appears to have left in a hurry. What is most important from this chapter? What should we add to our Plot Diagram?

29 The usual!

30 Finish chapter 4 comic strip. Read chapter 5 Incident of the Letter AND chapter 6 Incident of Dr. Lanyon.

31 Read Ch. 5 AND 6 – are you ready? Finish Ch. 4 comic strip

32 Start a fresh page. Put your name at the top. Put TODAYS DATE! Label this: Journal #1 Answer in a full paragraph. Have you ever tried to hide a problem? Or a mistake? How did you attempt to keep others from finding out? Were you successful? If not, how were you found out?

33 Mr. Utterson goes to visit Dr. Jekyll and says that Jekyll is looking deathly sick. Why would Dr. Jekyll look so badly ? Dr. Jekyll promises something. What is it? What most concerns Mr. Utterson about this situation? Dr. Jekyll produces a note from Mr. Hyde. What are the problems with the letter that Mr. Utterson finds out about?

34 What do they unearth of Mr. Hydes past? With Hyde gone, what happens with Dr. Jekyll? At first, the 3 best friends are close again, but what happens? Remember what a fortnight is? Dr. Lanyon gave Mr. Utterson a letter. What about the ENVELOPE was disturbing? Dr. Jekyll goes back into seclusion? Why do you think he is doing this again?

35 Dr. Jekyll is desperate to be rid of Mr. Hyde and swears he will never return. Dr. Jekyll gives Mr. Utterson a note from Mr. Hyde saying that he is gone. Problem: The note had to have been written in the laboratory, and the handwriting is extremely similar to Jekylls. Dr. Lanyon dies after getting upset with Dr. Jekyll again. Dr. Jekyll goes back into seclusion. What is most important from these 2 chapters? Write it on your Plot Diagram.

36 You know what to do! Homework: Finish comic strip for Ch. 5 & 6 Read Ch. 7: Incident at the Window and Ch. 8: The Last Night

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