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Title: Mary Shelley

Mary Shelleys Frankenstein
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Frankenstein Requirements
  • Vocabulary Log (at least 30 words)
  • KWL chart
  • Chapter Presentations (3) including notes and
  • Chapter Questions

Vocabulary Log
  • As you read you will come across many words you
    are not familiar with. Your job is to create a
    list of those words with the definitions of each.
    You will also include the page number in which
    you found the word. You must have at least 30
    words total from the three chapters you are

  • As you are reading you will create a KWL chart.
    You must have, at the end of the novel, at least
    twenty Ks, fifteen Ws, and fifteen Ls.

Chapter Presentations
  • Each group will be assigned three chapters. After
    you read the chapters, you must devise a plan for
    teaching the chapters. You will create a
    powerpoint, game, visual, or handout for your
    chapter. In addition, you will present or teach
    the chapter to the rest of the class. You should
    include characters, plot, and literary devices
    (symbols, foreshadowing, etc) in your

Group Assignments
  • Group 1   Chapters 1, 9, 17  
  • Group 2   Chapters 2, 10, 18
  • Group 3    Chapters 3, 11, 19
  • Group 4  Chapters 4, 12, 20
  • Group 5  Chapters 5, 13, 21
  • Group 6  Chapters 6, 14, 22
  • Group 7  Chapters 7, 15, 23
  • Group 8  Chapters 8, 16, 24 

Study Questions
  • Letters 1-4
  •  Who is writing Letter 1 (and all the letters)?
  • To whom is he writing? What is their
  • Where is Robert Walton when he writes Letter 1?
    Why is he there? What are his plans?
  • What does Robert Walton tell us about himself?
  • Where is Walton now? What do you think of
    Walton's question "What can stop the
  • determined heart and   resolved will of man"?
  • How much time has elapsed between Letter 3 and
    Letter 4? What "strange accident
  • Why does the man picked up by the ship say he is
    there? What shape is he in?
  • What sort of person does he  seem to be? How
    does Walton respond to this man?
  •  How much time has elapsed when Walton begins
    writing again? What has happened
  • project? How is Walton responding to the man?
  •  How much time has elapsed when Walton begins
    writing again ? What has happened
  • in the meantime?   How does the man respond to
  • project? Why does the man agree to tell his story?