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Lord of the Flies Timed Write 3: Chapters 1-7

Rather than just assessing how well you understand the events of chapter 7, in light of what you learned today about the id, ego, and superego, you will be writing an LAP about how each boy (Jack, Piggy, Ralph) corresponds to a part of Freud’s structural model of personality. You will need to provide evidence for each boy that shows how he shares characteristics with/represents the id, ego, or superego, and then you will need to explain thoroughly how the evidence you have provided clearly proves that this is what he represents. This means that you will need to discuss what the id, ego, and superego each do and relate it to what the boys say, think, or do in the novel. You must provide sufficient evidence, at least two pieces of evidence per boy. Here is how I would recommend getting started: “William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies is an allegory for Freud’s structural model of personality, and he uses Jack, Ralph, and Piggy to represent the __________, ____________, and _____________, respectively.”

Rubric: Lord of the Flies Timed Write 3- Chapters 1-7


Minor Grade

Thesis statement- The student has written a thesis statement that clearly answers the prompt and explains for what the novel is an allegory. The student has given the writer’s name as well as the name of the novel. The thesis statement is written in a paragraph that comes before the student’s body paragraph with the evidence and analysis. 0

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Explanation of allegory: boy 2- The student has explained the relevance of his or her evidence in proving the allegory and has discussed attributes of both the boy and what he represents in the allegory. 0

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Evidence: boy 2- The student has provided sufficient, relevant evidence that proves that the boy represents either the id, ego, or superego. If the evidence is a direct quotation from the text, the student has incorporated the quote into his or her own sentence and has not let the quote stand alone as a sentence by itself. If the quote is not incorporated correctly, the student may not receive all possible points for evidence. 0

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Topic sentence: boy 2- The student has included a topic sentence that correctly introduces what boy is being discussed and what he represents. 0

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Explanation of allegory: boy 1- The student has explained the relevance of his or her evidence in proving the allegory and has discussed attributes of both the boy and what he represents in the allegory. 0

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Evidence: boy 1- The student has provided sufficient, relevant evidence that proves that the boy represents either the id, ego, or superego. If the evidence is a direct quotation from the text, the student has incorporated the quote into his or her own sentence and has not let the quote stand alone as a sentence by itself. If the quote is not incorporated correctly, the student may not receive all possible points for evidence. 0

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Topic sentence: boy 1- The student has included a topic sentence that correctly introduces what boy is being discussed and what he represents. 0

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Topic sentence: boy 3- The student has included a topic sentence that correctly introduces what boy is being discussed and what he represents.


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Fluency and organization- The paper is well-written, and she or he has organized his or her thoughts in a coherent and logical way. The sentences connect to one another logically and demonstrate fluency of writing. 0

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Explanation of allegory: boy 3- The student has explained the relevance of his or her evidence in proving the allegory and has discussed attributes of both the boy and what he represents in the allegory. 0

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Evidence: boy 3- The student has provided sufficient, relevant evidence that proves that the boy represents either the id, ego, or superego. If the evidence is a direct quotation from the text, the student has incorporated the quote into his or her own sentence and has not let the quote stand alone as a sentence by itself. If the quote is not incorporated correctly, the student may not receive all possible points for evidence. 0

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Spelling and grammar- The student has proof-read his or her work and understands that each error is -1. 0

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Total: __________/65 ____________ (final score)

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