(Some of Part II and Part III)
In your groups, find 5 quotations that you think are symbolic/thematic. Write down the quote on one side of paper and on the other side, write down why it is significant. On a separate sheet of paper, write down the character who said it and who is being spoken to. Always remember to link significance to theme, symbolism or characterization.
In your group, create 10 good discussion questions. Some of these can be comprehension based but all of them should require students to elaborate, make connections, explain why something is important, etc.