ACT-Style Reading: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and the Roots of Romanticism

ACT-Style Reading: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and the Root
ACT-Style Reading: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and the Root
ACT-Style Reading: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and the Root
ACT-Style Reading: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and the Root
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This is an ACT-Style Reading and Question practice to be used in either a World Literature Class or World History Class. The reading is designed to fit in with curricula, while at the same time, providing some practice for standardized tests. Two versions are included in this download. The first version is the reading, plus 10 ACT-style questions. The second version includes the reading and 5 short answer questions. Keys are included for both versions.

The reading is 966 words long with a Lexile score of 950L.

The reading discusses the differences between the Enlightenment and the Romantic Age, with Mary Shelley and Frankenstein used as an example of Gothic Romanticism. This is ideal for World Lit or World History classes.
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30 Minutes

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ACT-Style Reading: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and the Root
ACT-Style Reading: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and the Root
ACT-Style Reading: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and the Root
ACT-Style Reading: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and the Root