This includes two different resources to use while teaching the concept of I vs. We in the test.
The first is a sheet of notes that explains the viewpoints of the famous people Steinbeck lists in chapter 14 ("...Paine, Marx, Jefferson, Lenin, were results, not causes...”)
The second is a graphic organizer for students to use to analyze the different attitudes of characters. Students must identify which characters are an "I" or "every man for himself" and which characters are "we" or "for humanity". Then students must find a quote to support their opinions and interpret the quote.
This is GREAT lesson for students to better understand Steinbeck's underlying theme.