Tag: schools

This collection of articles explores the significance and relevance of teaching William Golding’s classic novel, “Lord of the Flies,” in schools. The articles discuss topics such as the novel’s themes of power, civilization, and human nature; its historical and cultural context; and its impact on literary and educational traditions. They also examine various approaches to teaching the novel, including interdisciplinary studies, multimedia resources, and critical pedagogies. Whether you are a teacher, student or interested reader, this collection offers valuable insights into why “Lord of the Flies” remains a timeless and thought-provoking work that continues to captivate readers of all ages.