While everyone else on the ranch could play any games or speak the way they wanted, Crooks was belittled and was restricted from all the fun.
If Steinbeck did not add Crooks into the story, he again would not truly be teaching about history.
Homework resource designed to supplement study in the classroom.
Can be used for any age group and ability as tasks are differentiated using the 'Nandos' Chilli Rating method.
One of the last reasons this book is frequently banned is because of how women are treated and portrayed.
Curley’s wife is referred to as a “tart” and is set up to come across as a prostitute.
The sheet attempts to solve the issue of setting 'weekly' homework every week and can help students become independent researches etc.
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If people do not read, learn, and understand how African-Americans were treated in the past, then history will most likely repeat itself.
We must learn and understand our mistakes, in order to prevent them in the future.