This Scrooge as He is Revealed during the Ghostly Experiences lesson plan also includes:
Readers learn how to use both direct and indirect characterization clues provided by Charles Dickens to understand the complexity of Ebenezer Scrooge's character. Scholars collect evidence of comments Scrooge hears, how he responds to these comments, and make inferences about what is indirectly revealed about the character.
- Divide the class into four groups, assign each group a different stave to analyze, and then have the groups report their findings to the whole class
- The second lesson in a series of three based on Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol
- Presumes class members have finished reading the story
- Requires copies of the "Understanding Scrooge" worksheet for each student
- Includes a completed teacher version of the worksheet