Teaching Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Frankenstein: Free on Curriculet along with 79 Annotations, 19 Quizzes, and 110 Questions for teachers!

Lesson Plan: Teaching Allusions While Teaching Frankenstein

Teaching Frankenstein presents myriad opportunities for teaching allusions. This lesson plan allows for an analysis and discussion of allusions.

Frankenstein is one of the best horror tales. But you don't have to read the entire story. These 12 famous quotes from Frankenstein sum it all up nicely.

12 Famous Quotes from Frankenstein

Frankenstein is one of the best horror tales. But you don't have to read the entire story. These 12 famous quotes from Frankenstein sum it all up nicely.

10 Daring Ways To Teach Frankenstein Like a Pirate Dave Burgess has a whole section in his book Teach Like a Pirate that talks about setting the stage for a unit.  With my theater experience, that idea made so much sense to me.  If I can get students excited about reading Frankenstein, hopefully, they will avoid a Frankenstein summary and read the whole text.  With that in mind as a goal, here are some ideas for the first two days of your Frankenstein lesson plans.

Dave Burgess has a whole section in his book Teach Like a Pirate that talks about setting the stage for a unit. With my theater experie.

Study Guide and Study Questions for Frankenstein | ELA Common Core Lesson Plans

The ELA Common Core has taken the emphasis off learning content for content's sake to skills based instructions. The key for a successful class is to use

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Shelley's Frankenstein Debate, High School ELA

Wish your students would get passionate about Victor Frankenstein's choices in Mary Shelley's novel, Frankenstein? Get ready to rumba when you put this debate in front of them! Should Frankenstein create a mate for his monster?

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quote love: frankenstein’s monster

"When I looked around I saw none and heard of none like me. Was I, then, a monster, a blot upon the earth from which all men fled and whom all men disowned" (Shelly

Frankenstein Debate! 19 PAGES of handouts, rubrics, plans - Frankenstein debate engages students in a public forum-style debate over Frankenstein. Serves as a great assessment of speaking, listening skills PLUS the reading of the text overall. Also serves as a great jumping off point for discussions and argumentative essays. Asks students to develop claims, anticipate and refute counterclaims, and engage in educational discourse with their classmates!

Frankenstein Debate! 19 PAGES of handouts, rubrics, plans

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