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Nature vs. Nurture: A Study for Frankenstein

Nature vs. Nurture: A Study for Frankenstein
Nature vs. Nurture: A Study for Frankenstein
Nature vs. Nurture: A Study for Frankenstein
Nature vs. Nurture: A Study for Frankenstein
Nature vs. Nurture: A Study for Frankenstein
Nature vs. Nurture: A Study for Frankenstein
Nature vs. Nurture: A Study for Frankenstein
Nature vs. Nurture: A Study for Frankenstein
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The debate of whether goodness or evil is innate or learned over time is a constant debate in the realm of psychology, and is one that has been debated for centuries. Frankenstein brings this issue to light.

This assignment asks students to analyze the roles of nature and nurture by attempting to grow a bean in a paper cup. Students decide how much and what type of nurturing to provide and record the results. They must make connections between this experiment and the novel. As a culminating assignment, students write an essay using both the novel and their findings for support.

This assignment pack includes a teacher guide, student assignment overview, roles and responsibilities sheet, lab report templates, and a rubric.
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7 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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