Q: What is social conformity?
Q: Why do townspeople agree to participate in the lottery and turn against a scapegoat?
Q: Does their willingness to participate in the lottery make them bad people? Explain why or why not.
Q: List any times when people have done bad things when they thought they were doing right.
Q: How does society today expect conformity?
Q: In what ways were the members of the community in "The Lottery" social conforming?
Q: What does Old Man Warner represent in this community?