Essay questions, vocabulary, fill in the blanks, and more.
I teach Frankenstein alongside of Blade Runner and Nietzsche; this is only one of my Frankenstein units - see the others listed below.
Included in this unit are the following:
➢ Vocabulary list with 15 words to define.
➢ A test with seven fill in the blank questions (each question has several blanks so there are a total of 18 words that need to be placed in the appropriate spaces).
➢ The answers appear in a word jumble at the end of the test. I do not always provide the words – it depends on how advanced the students are. If the words are provided I ask the students to define the words as well. Also, there are two questions in the test that ask for clarification to show that the student understands the passage.
➢ An answer key for the test. Here the passages containing the missing words in bold included at the end of each question.
➢ This unit allows for differentiated learning; some students may be more comfortable with the questions that focus on the lower levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (remembering/ comprehension and simple applications/understanding), whereas other questions provide students the opportunity to focus on higher levels (analysis and evaluation).
➢ The zip file contains the unit in a watermark version and a plain version.
➢ 10 essay questions with 18 sub-questions. There is also a question that requires analysis of a small section of the text. These questions vary as to difficulty and are aligned with the following Common Core Standards:
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Here are my other units:
1. This is a multiple choice test and further essay questions:
Frankenstein: test entire novel (multiple choice and essay questions)
2. This unit combines this unit and #1 above and my units on Blade Runner:
Frankenstein and Blade Runner combined
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