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level 2Teacher’s notesTeacher Support ProgrammeAnne of Green GablesL. M. MontgomeryChapter 6: Anne’s ways often get her into trouble asa young girl, but after each incident, there is a happyending. Anne invites Diana for tea but instead of givingher cordial, she gives her wine. Mrs. Barry says she doesn’twant her to spend time with Diana. But one day, MinnieMay, Diana’s sister, has croup and Anne saves her life.Mrs. Barry apologizes to Anne, and Anne and Diana canbe friends once again.Chapter 7: Anne bakes a cake for Mrs. Allan, thereverend’s wife, but she put medicine into it instead ofvanilla. Mrs. Allan finds it funny, consoles Anne and invitesher to tea with her.SummaryAnne Shirley arrives by chance in Avonlea, a small ruralvillage in Canada on Prince Edward Island and slowly winsover the hearts of her adoptive parents and neighbors.Chapter 1: Green Gables, a farm in Avonlea, is the homeof Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, a midldle-aged singlebrother and sister who want to adopt a boy to help themon the farm. However, Anne, an orphan girl, is sent bymistake and on her first night she cries herself to sleepwhen she learns that they were looking for a boy. Thatnight Matthew tells Marilla that he wants to keep Anne.Chapter 2: As Marilla takes Anne to Mrs. Spencer, anorphanage worker, and Anne tells her the sad story ofher life, Marilla hesitates. She then refuses to leave Annewhen she is told that she is going to be in the care of suchan unkind woman as Mrs. Blewett.Chapter 3: Mrs. Lynde meets Anne for the first time andmakes fun of her red hair. Anne reacts angrily and, afterrefusing to apologize for a day, she finally tells Mrs. Lyndeshe is sorry just to make Matthew happy.Chapter 4: Anne puts some wild flowers on her hat to goto church and is invited to go to a party. But then Marillaloses a brooch and blames Anne for it. Anne makes afalse confession so that she can go to the party, but Marilladoes not let her go. Fortunately, Marilla finds the brooch,she apologizes to Anne and lets her go to the party.Chapter 5: Diana Barry, a neighbor, becomes Anne’sbest friend. Anne’s first day at school turns out to be anightmare since she breaks her slate on Gilbert Blythe’shead because he makes fun of her red hair. Anne ispunished and has to sit next to him the whole day. Annerefuses to talk to Gilbert despite his attempts. She dropsout of school and studies at home.pearsonenglishactivereaders.com Pearson Education Limited 2015Chapter 8: At Diana’s party, Anne tries to climb upDiana’s house and falls. She has to stay in bed for a longtime. When Anne gets better, she recites two poems ina concert wearing the new dress that Matthew gives herfor Christmas.Chapter 9: As Anne hates her red hair, she dyes it and itturns green. Although she washes it every day, the colorstays. Marilla then decides to cut it short. Another dayAnne gets into trouble on an old boat when she lets theriver carry her away. Fortunately, Gilbert Blythe saves her,but she still refuses to be his friend.Chapter 10: Anne sits for the Queen’s Collegeexaminations to become a teacher. Anne and GilbertBlythe’s names come first.Chapter 11: Matthew dies and Marilla is afraid she willhave to sell Green Gables. Anne is able to return tothe village to teach at her old school and take care ofMarilla. When she finds out that she got the teaching jobthanks to Gilbert, she no longer hates him and they finallybecome friends.About the authorLucy Maud Montgomery was born on November 30,1874, on Prince Edward Island, eastern Canada. Hermother died when she was 21 months old, and shewas raised by her grandparents. Montgomery lived onPrince Edward Island until she married the ReverendEwen Macdonald, then moved to north Ontario and hadthree children. She wrote a dozen novels there, manyof them about Prince Edward Island, including Anne ofGreen Gables. It was an immediate success and has beentranslated into fifteen languages. Even Prince EdwardIsland has become famous because of the book. Otherbooks that followed are Anne of Avonlea, Anne of the Island,Anne of Green Gables - Teacher’s notes   1 of 3

level 2Teacher’s notesTeacher Support ProgrammeAnne of Green Gablesand Anne’s House of Dreams in which Anne finally marriesGilbert Blythe. Montgomery also wrote poems.The original textAnne of Green Gables, written in 1908, gives a good pictureof rural society in Canada in the late 1800s.Anne of Green Gables is partly autobiographical. LikeLucy Montgomery, Anne enjoys reading and becomes ateacher, and most of the stories about her take place onPrince Edward Island. Both Anne and Montgomery losttheir mothers.While reading234After reading5Background and themesAnne of Green Gables is a “Bildungsroman”: a novel ofpersonal development. That is why its themes are asrelevant now as they were in 1908, when the book waswritten:Social expectations: What are people in Avonlea likeat the beginning of the story? How do people new toAvonlea feel?Discuss: Have students talk about gossip.Why does Mrs. Lynde want to know about other people’slives? Do you know anyone like her?Discuss: Have students talk about orphans.Why do Matthew and Marilla want a child?What does Mrs. Lynde think about orphans?Do people think differently nowadays?Discuss: Have students talk about homelessness.How does Anne feel when she learns that she is notwanted? Is it the first time that Anne feels like this?6Write: Have students write about Anne’s thoughts.Have them suppose they are Anne and write downher thoughts after she is told they were expecting aboy.Artwork: Get students to write Anne’s classified adasking for adoptive parents.Chapters 2–3While reading7Imagination: What kind of things does Anne imagine?Discuss: Have students discuss changing one’s mind.Why does Marilla agree to have Anne? BecauseMatthew asks her? Because Anne had a sad life?Because she fears that Blewett will not want Anne aftera short time? Because Mrs. Blewett is an unkind woman?Discuss: Have students talk about hair.Anne hates her red hair. Do you like your hair? Why(not)? Do you dye it? Is it important that your hair looksgood? Can women show their hair in your country?Adjustment: How do people change after Anne arrivesat Green Gables? What things does Anne learn aboutherself ?8Friendship: How important are friends in life?After readingLoss: Who does Anne lose in her life? How does she feeleach time?Growth: How does Anne change from the beginning ofthe story to the end?Discussion activitiesChapter 1Before readingGuess: In pairs, have students look at the cover. Havethem do the following.a Describe the picture.What is the girl doing?How old is she?What color is her hair?b Look at the map on page 1.Where is Prince Edward Island?What sea is that?What do you think people on Prince Edward Islanddo?1pearsonenglishactivereaders.com Pearson Education Limited 2015Write: Have students think about feelings.Tell them to suppose they are Anne and write downher feelings after she is told that she can stay withMatthew and Marilla.10 Research: Have students consider discipline.Have them ask their parents and grandparentsquestions about what they were allowed to do whenthey were children and compare it to what thestudents are expected to do today.9Chapters 4–5Before reading11 Research: Have students think about fashion.Have them look at the pictures in the book and usethe Internet.What did men and women wear in Anne’s times? Do youlike those clothes?While reading12 Discuss: Have students talk about clothes.Do you remember any clothes that you hated when youwere a child?Anne of Green Gables - Teacher’s notes   2 of 3

level 2Teacher’s notesTeacher Support ProgrammeAnne of Green Gables13 Read carefully: In Chapter 4, we see that Marillastarts to like Anne. Have students underline the partsof the text where this can be seen.14 Write: Have students write Anne’s prayers.The day the brooch gets lost is the day before theparty. Have students write what Anne asks God thatnight.Chapters 8–9Before readingAfter reading23 Discuss: Have students talk about their hair.Do you remember doing something wrong to your hair?24 Discuss: Have students talk about pride.Why is Anne still angry with Gilbert? Is she right?15 Write: Have students write a short letter fromMarilla to Anne saying how sorry she feels.16 Write: Tell students to suppose they are Anne andwrite two lists: “The Five Things I Love about DianaBarry” and “The Five Things I Hate about GilbertBlythe.”Chapters 6–7Before reading17 Guess: Have students imagine what things can gowrong if they invite somebody to tea.While reading18 Role play: In pairs, ask students to imagine thefollowing situation and act it out.You are Mrs. Barry and your daughter is back homedrunk from Anne’s house. What do you say to Marilla?19 Discuss: Have students talk about making mistakes.Anne makes lots of mistakes in these chapters. Do youremember making the same mistakes?After reading20 Write: Have students write Mrs. Barry’s letter ofapology to Anne after Anne saved Minnie May’s life.21 Write: Have students write Mrs. Allan’s invitation totea with Anne.pearsonenglishactivereaders.com Pearson Education Limited 201522 Read carefully and guess: Write cards with thefollowing phrases: “top of Diana’s house,” “greenhair” and “boat in the river.” Have students guesswhat happens to Anne.While readingAfter reading25 Role play: Have students act out Anne and Gilbert’sparts when Anne is in the river.Chapters 10–11While reading26 Discuss: Have students talk about studying.Are/Were you a good student at school? Is it importantto be a good student? Why (not)?27 Discuss: Have students talk about becoming friends.Are you friends with somebody who was your enemyfirst?After reading28 Write: Have students write newspaper headlines.On page 52, Diana arrives with a newspaper in herhand. Have students write 3 headlines.29 Discuss: Have students think about what mighthappen after the story ends. Anne thinks at the end,“I know I’m going to be happy Everything is goingto be all right.”Get students to discuss what will happen after thisand write some ideas for the next book about Anne.Anne of Green Gables - Teacher’s notes   3 of 3

level 2Activity worksheetsTeacher Support ProgrammeAnne of Green GablesBefore reading1 Look at all the pictures in the book. Whatwill happen to Anne?2PhotocopiableChapters 2–36 What are Anne, Mrs. Blewett, Mrs. Spencer,and Marilla thinking?Using books or the computer, find out aboutPrince Edward Island.While readingChapter 13 Match the sentences with the names below.Matthew Cuthbert Marilla CuthbertMrs. Rachel Lynde Anne Shirleya sits by her kitchenwindow to see the Avonlea road.b is busy in her kitchen.c doesn’t smile much.d ’s heart isn’t very strong.e wore an ugly dress.f read a story in thenewspaper about an orphan.g looked at the child insurprise.h doesn’t say much.i thinks Anne is a verygood name.j thinks Anne is a nicelittle girl.4Guess and choose a name. Why do you thinkthat is the right answer?a If Anne stays, Matthew /Marilla will buy her a new dress.b If Anne stays, Matthew /Marilla will talk to Anne.c If Anne stays, Marilla /Mrs. Lynde will not like her because she is anorphan.d If Anne stays, Marilla /Mrs. Lynde will ask Anne to help her to cook.e If Anne stays, Marilla /Mrs. Lynde will talk badly about her.f If Anne stays, it will beMatthew / Marilla’s idea.5Work with another student. Write theconversation. Then, have the conversation.Marilla goes to Mrs. Spencer’s house. What doesshe tell her? And what does Mrs. Spencer tellMarilla?pearsonenglishactivereaders.com Pearson Education Limited 20157Mrs. Lynde says to Anne that her hair is “asred as carrots.” What are the different parts ofyour body like?a My face is as as .b My eyes are as as .c My mouth is as as .d My legs are as as .e My feet are as as .Then write about somebody you love.His/Her face is as as .Chapters 4–58 Use the words before, after, and when tocomplete the sentences.a Anne went to church, she put onher new hat.b Marilla was sick, Anne went byherself to church.c Anne saw the flowers, she putthem on her hat.d church, Anne ran back home.e Anne and Diana met for the firsttime, they immediately became best friends.f school started, Anne and Dianaplayed every day.g school started, Gilbert Blythe cameback.h Mr. Philips got angry with Anne,Gilbert tried to help her.i Anne stood in front of the class allafternoon, she didn’t speak to Gilbert again.9Is it better to study at home or to study atschool? Write your ideas and discuss themwith your classmates.Anne of Green Gables - Activity worksheets   1 of 2

level 2Activity worksheetsAnne of Green GablesChapters 6–710 Finish the story with words from the box.cried smiled beautiful goodhappy well excited funny wonderfulsad sorry unhappy badthirsty drunk sick lateAnne invited Diana for tea. Diana wasa and she drank three glasses ofcordial. Diana didn’t feel very b and when she arrived home, she wasc . Mrs. Barry saidd things about Anne and Annewas very e . One day MinnieMae was f and the doctor wasg Anne helped Minnie May andMrs. Barry was h about the fruitcordial and let Diana and Anne be friends again.Anne was i because Mr. andMrs. Allan were coming to tea. She made acake and it looked very j She feltvery k because the table lookedl Mrs. Allan m but when she put the cake in her mouth, shelooked n . Anneo in her room. Mrs. Allan toldAnne not to cry because it was ap mistake. A week later Mrs.Allan invited Anne to have tea and they had aq time.11 Look at Anne on page 38. Get her to stopcrying. What can you tell her? 12 There are many stories in Chapters 3–7.Which one do you like best? What do you likeabout it?Write a few words about the story you like bestand discuss why you like it with the class.“Anne’s Hat”“The Missing Brooch”“Anne Breaks a Slate on Gilbert’s Head”“Diana Comes to Tea”“Minnie May has Croup”“Anne Makes a Cake”pearsonenglishactivereaders.com Pearson Education Limited 2015Teacher Support ProgrammePhotocopiableChapters 8–913 Look at Anne on page 42. She must stopclimbing to the top of Diana’s house! Whatcan you tell her? 14 Look up the word poster in your dictionary.Then make a poster for the Christmas concert.15 Read Elaine’s story and discuss it with otherstudents. Who is like Elaine in Anne of GreenGables? Why? Is there a Sir Lancelot in thebook?Elaine was in love with Lancelot, one of KingArthur’s men, but he loved Guinevere, Arthur’s wife.Elaine cried and cried and was so sad that she gotinto a boat on the river and died of love. The boatcarried her to the town of Camelot.Chapters 10–1116 Which word is right?a Anne and Gilbert Blythe were the smartest /smallest in the class.b The Queen’s College Class was veryinteresting / boring.c The examinations were very easy / difficult.d Anne’s and Gilbert’s names were at thebottom / top in the newspaper.e Anne enjoyed / hated her time at Queen’sCollege.f Anne did very well / badly in her examinations.g Gilbert Blythe can / can’t go to college, becausehis father doesn’t / does have the money.h Matthew was having problems with his heart /face.i Marilla has to sell / buy Green Gables.After reading17 Watch Kevin Sullivan’s Anne of Green Gables(1985) and write notes. Is the movie differentfrom the book? Are the changes good or bad?The people: .The place: The story: Good or bad? . .18 Make a brochure.Look up the word “brochure” in your dictionary.With another student, make a brochure forPrince Edward Island. You can draw, usephotographs, and tell parts of the story.Anne of Green Gables - Activity worksheets   2 of 2

level 2Progress testAnne of Green GablesChapter 11 Are these sentences right (3) or wrong (7)? Ifthe sentence is wrong, write the right answer.a Matthew Cuthbert went up the road onhis horse in the afternoon.cb Mrs. Lynde thought it was a good idea tobring a strange child into the house.cc When Matthew arrived at the station therewas only one person there.cd The child was silent on the way home.ce Matthew didn’t like the child talking allthe time.cf When the orphan girl went to bedshe cried and cried.cChapters 2–32 Put Anne’s sad story in the right order.Number the sentences, 1–8.a c After Mr. Thomas died in an accident, Mrs.Thomas didn’t want Anne any more. Soshe went to live with Mrs. Hammond.b c When Anne was at the orphanageMatthew and Marilla Cuthbert took herhome by mistake.c c Anne’s parents died when she was a baby.d c As Mrs. Thomas had four children, Annehelped her with them.e c Mrs. Hammond’s children were hard work.f c So their cleaner, Mrs. Thomas, and herhusband took Anne home.g c When Marilla saw that Mrs. Blewettwanted her, she decided to keep Anne.h c When Mrs. Hammond moved away, Annehad to go to the orphanage.3Match the first half of the sentence with thesecond half.a You can stay cb You’re a very rude woman cc Please go and say sorry c1 to Mrs. Lynde.2 and you’re fat!3 at Green Gables.Chapters 4–54 Who’s who? Write the right name to completethe sentences. You can use one name twice.Mrs. Lynde Anne and Diana Mr. PhilipsDiana The minister The childrenThe girls at school Marilla Annepearsonenglishactivereaders.com Pearson Education Limited 2015Teacher Support ProgrammePhotocopiablea made Anne three newdresses.b talked for a long time.c said that Anne was crazy.d lost the brooch.e thought of a story about thebrooch.f was the same age as Anne.g met every day.h liked Gilbert.i didn’t listen to Gilbert.j told Marilla to leave Annealone.Chapters 6–75 Underline the mistakes. There is one mistakein each sentence.a The bottle of fruit cordial was on the table.b The cordial wasn’t fruit cordial, it was whitewine.c Diana was feeling well when she left Anne’shouse.d Mrs. Barry said that Anne was a big bad girl.e One day Diana ran in through the door. Herface was very red.f Anne put vanilla in the cake.g Mrs. Allan thought it was a sad mistake.h Anne had a bad time at Mrs. Allan’s house.Chapters 8–96 What happened first? Put the sentences inorder, 1–14.a c She stayed home for several weeks.b c She fell down.c c Diana had a party.d c Anne climbed to the top of the house.e c She could not walk.f c They climbed up a tree.g c A man sold her black hair dye.h c She dyed her hair green.i c She caught a tree with her hands.j c Marilla had to cut Anne’s hair.k c Anne’s arms hurt and she felt tired.l c Anne stayed home for a week.m c Gilbert pulled Anne into his boat.n c Anne got on an old boat.Anne of Green Gables - Progress test   1 of 2

level 2Progress testAnne of Green GablesTeacher Support ProgrammePhotocopiableChapters 10–117 Are these sentences right (3) or wrong (7)?a At school Anne was always the first.cb Anne studied during the vacation.cc Anne and Gilbert were the beststudents on the island.cd Anne cried because Gilbert was herbest friend.ce Gilbert went to Redmond College.cpearsonenglishactivereaders.com Pearson Education Limited 2015Anne of Green Gables - Progress test   2 of 2

level 2Answer keysTeacher Support ProgrammeAnne of Green GablesBook keyCheck that this is up to date1.1 Open answers1.2 1 Canada2 the 1800s3 by horse and buggy4 eleven5 a stranger6 happy7 surprised8 sad2.1 Name: MatthewAge: 60Problems: weak heartWants: a boy to help himName: AnneAge: 11Hair: redEyes: grayWants: a homeName: MarillaHair: grayDoesn’t want: a girlLives at: Green Gables2.2 1 a 7 b 7 c 3 d 7 e 7 f 3 g 7 h 72 Open answers2.3 1 loves watching2 likes being3 likes listening4 hates wearing5 l

Anne of Green Gables, written in 1908, gives a good picture of rural society in Canada in the late 1800s. Anne of Green Gables is partly autobiographical. Like Lucy Montgomery, Anne enjoys reading and becomes a teacher, and most of the stories about her take place on Prince Edward Island. Both Anne and Montgomery lost their mothers.

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