Lord of the Flies Chapter 10 Questions

Instructor: Jason Lineberger

Jason has 20 years of education experience including 14 years of teaching college literature.

If you're using ''Lord of the Flies'' in your English class, then you probably need discussion questions that will help students understand the plot and uncover the deeper ideas of the novel. Here are several questions for Chapter 10, divided by Bloom's Taxonomy.

Levels of Thinking

For students to reach the levels of thought demanded by teachers, they'll need to start with the ability to recall key facts, then work their way through to the top order of thinking. This lesson uses Bloom's Revised Taxonomy to set us a series of questions that lead from remembering all the way to evaluation and creation.

Level 1 - Remember

  • Most of the boys have joined Jack's tribe. Who is left in Ralph's group?
  • The hunters raid Ralph's group at the end of the chapter. What important item do they steal?
  • Who is Samneric?

Level 2 - Understand

  • When the chapter begins, it's the day after the storm. How do Ralph and Piggy feel about the way they behaved the night before? Why do they feel this way?
  • What are two possible motives behind the raid on Ralph's group at the end of the chapter?
  • Jack has a story ready to explain Simon's murder to the boys, perhaps to relieve them of guilt. What does he tell them about the murder?

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