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John
Steinbeck’s classic text, ‘Of Mice and Men’ recounts the hardships and
sacrifices of two migrant workers during the Great Depression. This classic
tale focuses predominantly on the themes of friendship and loneliness, and the
short-comings of the Great American Dream. I have taught this text many times
in the last 18 years and I have used this specific resource (revised) to lead
my teaching in class, as a distance learning material (Google Meet), as a
homework assignment and even as a tool of revision – all have worked well for
the students.

This
dynamically structured and illustrated PowerPoint lesson explores the
characterisation of Curley through a series of written and discussion tasks.
This is a complete resource with no additional work required from the teacher.
Enjoy!