Frankenstein Common-Core Aligned Activity Bundle With Asessments and Graphic Organizer
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Is Frankenstein the monster?
This well-known classic has captured the imagination of millions. The movies are fun, but the reading is intense. With Simply Novel, Mary Shelley''s classic is pieced together to create a monster of a story. In this day of standards-based learning, this program provides the foundation needed to comprehend the novel''s complexities.
Bloom''s Taxonomy helps close learning gaps and allows time to analyze complex elements. Post-activities and graphic organizers give students opportunities to demonstrate proficiency. With Simply Novel, Frankenstein simply becomes the doctor who creates a monster...
Classroom tested, student approved!
Simply Novel''s Frankenstein CD includes 69 slides, which take you into, through and beyond Mary Shelley''s Gothic Novel warning against the expansion of modern man in the Industrial Revolution.
- Understand the Events that Led Up to the Writing of the Novel
- Introduce and Identify the Author of Frankenstein
- Determine the Novel''s Genre
- Identify the Theme of Frankenstein
- Identify the Settings of Frankenstein
- Examine the Historical Connections
- Identify the Characters in the Story
- Identify and Prepare for the Essay Prompt
- Read and Interpret the Novel
- Demonstrate and Apply Knowledge
Simply Novel''s Frankenstein Graphic Organizers includes 12 pages of reproducible graphic organizers to support the Simply Novel Frankenstein Novel Unit, or simply use them on their own!
- KWL Chart
- Write Away! Writing Activity
- Essay Organizer
- Cloze Paragraph (with answer key)
- Essay Writing Tips
- Monster Guide
- Story Board Templates
- Predict and Connect Chart
- Identifying Character in Frankenstein Graphic Organizer
These activities take students into, through and beyond the tale to support the teaching of the novel. It even includes a writing activity!
With Simply Novel''s Frankenstein Graphic Organizers it is easy to see who Mary Shelley believed to be the story''s true monster!