Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice is a perennial best seller, but sometimes students struggle to track the different relationships. Charting the different relationships and plotting the relationship symmetry can be a helpful way for students to visualize these relationships and determine how plot and characterization relate to theme.
-Marriage Chart: This is an activity I have my students complete in partners. I usually model with the first row. Then, each partnership is responsible for one row, and I usually give students 10-15 minutes to complete their row. Then, students share their row with classmates. By the time all the groups have shared, the class period is usually over.
-Scoring Suggestion: Making each box 1 point (so each row is 2 points) creates 12 points. Scoring the short answer at the bottom as 3 points creates a 15 point activity.
-Answer Key Included
A great extension from my Pride and Prejudice Anticipation Guide Pride and Prejudice Anticipation Guide