This changed my unit entirely for the better! These notes are called "The Frankentimes" and have a newsletter layout covering Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein." They give a brief summary for selected segments and have fill-in-the-blank and various questions about the book through out the entire novel. When I first started teaching Frankenstein to regular English seniors, I was thinking, "Oh, my. How am I going to get these kids to pay attention and understand this?" I saw a lot of glazed over eyes. When you think about it, this is college level reading. I went back and changed my strategy. I began reading extremely important parts out of the book, so that I didn't lose these high schoolers. I read a large portion of the novel, but these notes and modified reading kept their attention and allowed them to focus on main points, instead of getting caught up in Romantic descriptiveness. After I changed my strategy, kids fell in love with the story and were able to provide so much more feedback. I have made the notes editable in case you would like to make changes. Also, their class books ONLY had chapters, no volumes, so I tried to take all of the novel's formats into account. These kids actually started remembering and understanding the deep concepts in Frankenstein. Enjoy!