This 46-page pdf file contains printables organized by chapter to accompany your class read of Frankenstein. Although it does contain some vocabulary study and plenty of activity, the activity students are asked to do rarely contain rote memorization of the book's details or the book's vocabulary. This unit asks students to think. This unit applies best practices of education today and common core alignment. Students who wish to simply read Sparknotes or summaries will struggle through this unit. If you have ever struggled actually getting your students to read in order to complete their homework or classwork, this unit will help. You will not find comprehension quizzes or vocabulary quizzes.
This unit contains two Socratic Seminars. Many activities are designed to help you, the teacher, particularly if you just need a last minute task. Pages distributed to students contain CCSS so an evaluator can quickly see to which standard you are teaching. Most tasks can take a quick 20 minutes individually, or can grow into partner or small group work.
The preview copy contains a Table of Contents so you can check for alignment, contents, and position in the book in which resources could be used and maximized.
The activities throughout the work lead students to be capable to effectively write to the given essay prompt at the end of the unit.