This is a one page lesson plan in which students learn about and explore the narrative structure of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
This lesson includes an aim, do-now, instructional objective, background information regarding how the narrative was framed by Mary Shelley, Pivotal Questions (3 total), and a table for students to write their responses to each of the three pivotal questions.
I used and improved upon this lesson for over three years and what I found most useful was that the students are required to provide evidence from the text for each of their responses. The teacher can choose to have the students work independently, in pairs, or even in small groups... or the lesson can be done together as a whole class .
My classes enjoyed this lesson and hopefully you will enjoy it as well. If you like this lesson please look for my other Frankenstein lessons.