This 20-page Word document chunks the first flashback scene of Death of a Salesman (pages 16-24) into small sections for closer reading and group discussion. Typically before doing this activity, my students have read the scene, and have taken time to jot some notes of their own. Students then move into small groups to review approximately 1-2 pages of the first flashback scene, determine the impact of this scene on the rest of the story. The product comes with all of the student materials (with student directions) in 4-page packets for each group. There are enough materials for students to separate into 5 groups, ultimately analyzing 5 different parts of the flashback. Please note that despite there only being 5 different group packets in the product, the teacher can get creative with group sizes and repeat groups to cover the varying classroom size situations. During the activity, students will be able to highlight noteworthy details from the close read directly on the worksheet. Moving highlights to a graphic organizer, students will assess at least 2 details of significance from their passage, leading them to a resolution about how the details from the close read help to develop the story. Page 4 of each group packet has a form to help students move their notes to verbal discussion points for a larger group discussion or a share-out later in the lesson. Please note that this does not come with a lesson plan or teacher's directions, but besides being self-explanatory, should provide you with just what you need to review the importance of the first flashback on the rest of Miller's play.