ChApTers 5 And 6 whIlE READING
Before reading activities (page 76)
ACTIVITY 1 BEFORE READING
Encourage students to speculate and to make
guesses but do not tell them the answers. The ‘yes’
endings are 1a, 1b, 2b, 3a.
ACTIVITY 2 BEFORE READING
Open answers. Encourage students to consider and
explain the attractions and drawbacksof changing
into their chosen person.
Before reAdIng ChApTer 7
Encourage students to speculate on possible
solutions to the mystery. Some students may
already know, or have guessed, the nature of the
relationship between Jekyll and Hyde, but do not
tell them if they guess rightly. Sentences 1 and 5 are
correct, though sentences 2 and 4 are also true in a
way, asstudents will find out in later chapters.
ChApTers 1 And 2 whIlE READING
1 F The child that Mr Hyde walked over was more
frightened than hurt.
4 F Mr Utterson first heard of Mr Hyde in Dr Jekyll’s
5 F Dr Jekyll’s will left everything to his friend
6 F Dr Lanyon did not agree with Dr Jekyll’s
8 F Dr Jekyll told Mr Utterson very little aboutMr
ChApTer 7 whIlE READING
1 He heard a voice that was not his master’s,
somebody walking up and down the study day and
night, and once he heard the person weeping.
2 The dead body of Mr Hyde.
3 Dr Jekyll’s will, a short note in the doctor’s
handwriting, and a third, large envelope.
4 The first was that the will left all Dr Jekyll’s
money to Mr Utterson, not Edward Hyde; and thesecond surprising thing was that Mr Hyde had not
destroyed this will.
5 It asked Mr Utterson to go home and read Dr
Lanyon’s letter, and then to read Dr Jekyll’s
ChApTers 3 And 4 whIlE READING
1 Mr Utterson, to himself, about the stick belonging
to Dr Jekyll, which was used by Mr Hyde to murder
Sir Danvers Carew.
2 Mr Hyde’s servant, to Mr Utterson and the policeinspector, about Mr Hyde.
3 The police inspector, to Mr Utterson, about Edward
Hyde, who would not be able to escape because the
police now had the murder weapon and his cheque
4 Mr Utterson, to Dr Jekyll, about the murder of Sir
5 Dr Jekyll, to Mr Utterson, about Mr Hyde.
6 Dr Jekyll, to Mr Utterson, about the letter he had
received from Mr Hyde.
7 Mr Utterson, to DrJekyll, about Mr Hyde’s plan to
murder Dr Jekyll.
8 Mr Utterson, to Poole (Dr Jekyll’s servant), about
the letter from Mr Hyde, and the person who
brought it to the house.
9 Mr Guest, to Mr Utterson, about the handwriting of
the letters written by Dr Jekyll and by Mr Hyde.
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The police could not find (arrest) Mr Hydebecause
he had disappeared. For two months things seemed
normal, and then Dr Jekyll suddenly refused to see
visitors. Dr Lanyon became ill (sick), and told Mr
Utterson not to speak (say) Dr Jekyll’s name in his
house. Then Dr Lanyon died and left Mr Utterson an
envelope, which was not to be opened until the death
or disappearance of Dr Jekyll. One day Mr Utterson
saw Dr Jekyll at his window,and the expression (look)
of hopelessness on his friend’s face upset (worried)
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In January Dr Lanyon received a letter from Dr Jekyll,
asking him to collect some chemicals, a bottle, and a
book from Dr Jekyll’s house and to give these things
to a man who would come to his home at midnight.
At midnight a strange, evil-looking man arrived, and
after he hadmixed the chemicals and a liquid in a
glass, he invited Dr Lanyon to stay and experience
something unknown to science. Then the stranger
drank the liquid and changed into Dr Jekyll in front of
Dr Lanyon’s eyes.
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ChApTer 9 whIlE READING
ACTIVITY 3 AFTER READING