Creature OR Monster? Analyzing Language in Frankenstein! - THREE activities!

Creature OR Monster? Analyzing Language in Frankenstein! - THREE activities!
Creature OR Monster? Analyzing Language in Frankenstein! - THREE activities!
Creature OR Monster? Analyzing Language in Frankenstein! - THREE activities!
Creature OR Monster? Analyzing Language in Frankenstein! - THREE activities!
Creature OR Monster? Analyzing Language in Frankenstein! - THREE activities!
Creature OR Monster? Analyzing Language in Frankenstein! - THREE activities!
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Many scholars argue over whether or not Frankenstein's creation should be referred to as a "creature" or "monster". This activity gets students engaged in that same discussion, has students referring to the text, examining connotative language, and analyzing nuances in word meaning.

Included in this resource are THREE activities, including:
-Creature vs monster posters
-Creature vs monster discussion
-Creature vs monster argumentative writing assignment (rubric included!)
Total Pages
8 pages
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Rubric only
Teaching Duration
3 days
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