Objective: In Chapter 1, information is given about the protagonist. This lesson will discuss the protagonist, Richard Hannay.
1) Class Discussion: Describe the protagonist.
Small Group Activity: How do you know he is the protagonist? How might this information about Hannay be important throughout the story?
Class Discussion: Discuss the students' responses regarding Hannay. Create a KWL chart, listing what is known about Hannay and what the students would like to know about him. As the students read the book, have them add what they learn about him.
Individual Activity: What takes place throughout this first chapter? How is Hannay affected by this?
Homework: How does this first chapter begin to prepare the reader for the rest of the story?
Objective: In Chapter 1, the author uses first-person to help the audience quickly understand who Hannay is. This lesson will discuss how a relationship is established between the reader...
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