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Flowers for Algernon Review Work with teams. Keep your own score. Flash cash for members for the winning team. Take notes so you can review for the test.
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Characters Plot PotpourriSentencesVocabulary 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Potpourri
Charlie Gordons landlady
Who is Mrs. Flynn?
Takes care of Algernon
Who is Burt?
Has the operation before Charlie.
Who is Algernon?
Scientists that study Charlie.
Who are Drs. Nemur and Strauss?
Charlies co- workers
Who are Frank Reilly and Joe Carp?
We meet Charlie and learn the conflict.
What is the exposition?
Charlie decides to leave New York.
What is the resolution?
Algernon dies and Charlie begins to regress.
What is the climax?
Charlie is selected for the operation.
What is the rising action?
Charlie defends the bus boy.
What is the rising action?
Charlie sees spilt ink on the paper.
What does Charlie see on the Rorscharch test before the operation?
Charlie is motivated to learn and cooperative.
Why is Charlie chosen for the experiment?
You have made a foolish mistake.
What does it mean to pull a Charlie Gordon?
The flowers on Algernons grave symbolize Charlies lose of intelligence.
Why does Charlie put flowers on Algernons grave?
The story centers on a scientific experiment that does not yet exist.
What makes this story science fiction?
What kind of sentence is this? Charlie wants to learn, so he is chosen for the experiment.
What is a compound sentence?
What is wrong about this sentence? Charlie want to learn how to read and write.
What is subject verb agreement?
for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so
What are the FAN BOYS?
What is the underlined part of the sentence? Mr. Donnegan says, Charlie, mopping the floors better than anyone, has a job for life.
What is a participial phrase?
What is the underlined part of the sentence? His body shaking with grief, Charlie refuses to see Miss. Kinnian.
What is an absolute phrase?
A sentence with two subjects and two verbs. Example: Charlie and Algernon have an operation and get smart.
What is a compound subject and a compound verb?
Kind of sentence? Miss Kinnian recommends Charlie; Dr. Nemur agrees.
What is a compound sentence?
Kind of sentence? Because Charlie begins to get smart, he understands that Frank and Joe are not his friends.
What is a complex sentence?
After, because, though, whereas, although, before, till, while, as, if, unless, as if, in order that, until, as long as, since, when as though, so that, where
What are the subordinating conjunctions?
Kind of sentence? Since Charlie is beginning to regress, he no longer wants to see Miss Kinnian.
What is a complex sentence?
Charlie is feeble minded, so he has trouble writing.
What is it to be physically or mentally weak?
Charlie begins to regress, and he eventually cant read any more.
What is it to go back to an earlier stage?
Charlies co- workers sign a petition to have him fired.
What is it to make a request for something you want?
Algernons deterioration led to his death.
What is the process of deterioration or decline?
Charlie was illiterate before the operation.
What is the lack of ability to read and write?
Make your wager
The universal truth of Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes is disabilities.
What is the theme of Flowers for Algernon?
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