The ‘fab favourites’ selection board Grab a mate and decide your favourite moment in the novel. You will need to give a detailed explanation for your choice. This could be presented as a presentation, short film, Powerpoint or written response. The ‘perfect in pairs’ presentation platter Join up with a mate to serve up your ideas about one of the characters. Why do they behave the way they do? Remember to back up your ideas with evidence from the text. The ‘show and tell’ shar- Diary Burger with a portion of feelings Write 3 diary entries for one of the characters. You should explore their feelings about others on the ranch and towards the life they lead. Veggie Burger Create a mind map showing the animals in the novel. Explore when they ap- pear, relevant quotations and sug- Delicious Doodles gesting any meanings they might have. Draw an image of one of the Quarters Pounder What does the bunkhouse suggest about life in 1930s America? Answer in PE- 1 2 Check out the tasty tasks carefully selected for you each week. Use the chilli rating to help you choose a course you will enjoy. 3 Make sure your homework is ready to serve characters from the novel and label it with at least five quotations from the text. TER paragraphs. Fun Fact Sundae Create a detailed fact file about life in 1930s America. Grilled Revision Wrap Create ten quiz questions that will help others revise what happens in the novel. Pitta Perfection Improve a piece of work you have completed in class. How to order: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ gcsebitesize/english_literature/ prosemicemen/ Three peppered predictions Write three predictions for what could happen to George and Lennie in the novel. A great big glossary with a dollop of definitions Serve up ten new words you have learned from this unit along with their meanings. Need-to-know noodles Use Wikipedia to find out three facts about ‘The Great Depression’. Edible Explosions Pick apart three quotations from the novel, exploring what individual words and any language techniques imply or suggest. A basket of quotations Create a list of five key quota- tions for each of the main characters. A small portion of crusty context connections Explain how the novel presents life in 1930s America, using quotations to support your ideas. Chunky PETER paragraphs with relish Curley’s wife is a 2dimensional villain with no redeeming qualities. To what extent do you agree with this statement?