Chapter 1: "Up And About"
• NOTE: Citations and references in this Lesson Plan refer to the following version of the book: Forbes, Esther Hoskins. Johnny Tremain. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, October 26, 1888.
• Johnny Tremain is related from the perspective of a limited third-person narrator focused on Johnny’s point of view.
• In Chapter 1: “Up and About,” Readers meet Johnny Tremain, 14-year-old silversmith apprentice.
• Johnny and Dove, the other apprentice, do not get along.
• Mr. Lapham preaches to Johnny about pride.
• Cilla and Isannah tease Johnny.
• Johnny works for John Hancock.
• Johnny tells Cilla about the silver cup and family connection to Jonathon Lyte.
Chapter 2: "The Pride of Your Power"
• Johnny seeks out the advice of Paul Revere.
• Revere offers Johnny a job.
• Johnny gets special permission to finish making Hancock's angel on the Sabbath.
• Dove purposely gives Johnny faulty equipment.
• Johnny's hand is badly burned.
• Johnny's career as a silversmith ends...
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