This is a 96 page lesson plan for The Invisible Man written, tested, and approved by working classroom teachers. The main components of this plan are the following:
-An in-depth introductory lecture
-Chapter-by-chapter study questions
-A multiple-choice test
The plan is divided into a teacher and a student edition. The teacher edition provides complete answer keys.
Excerpt from introductory lecture:
"The protagonist in The Invisible Man, identified only as Griffin, illustrates the disaster that ensues when a scientist operates beyond the bounds of human society. Young, ambitious, and obsessed with achieving a scienti c breakthrough, Griffin isolates himself in his lab while he studies molecular physics and experiments with light refraction—eventually succeeding in making himself invisible. He is, however, unable to reverse the effects of his experiment. Trapped in his state of invisibility and beset by internal and external conflicts, he becomes a violent criminal, divorced from his own humanity and determined to dominate others through the power a orded him in being invisible. Ultimately, he succeeds in destroying himself. Griffin’s story, the focus of the novel, is one of discovery and destruction, stunning success and profound moral failure."