I created this unit for Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights for my AP English Literature and Composition classes. The unit includes a sample calendar and contains eleven quizzes and keys to go with the calendar readings. For each day’s reading there is also a reflections to spur informal writing practice. The unit test (with key) features 40 multiple choice questions and a 60 point impromptu essay, with several prompts for students to choose from. The unit also assigns a student-generated, group study guide, asking students to carefully analyze each reading in terms of character development, theme, and style, generating reading comprehension and discussion questions. The unit contains selected poems that might profitably be connected to the novel. It also includes multiple impromptu prompts. In order to focus on textual analysis, I ask students to practice a strict essay structure so I include in the unit a handout on essay structure and expectations and an essay template to clarify the structure. Also, I ask students to find and analyze literary criticisms, so I include a sample of the analysis handout I use with assigned literary criticism. To encourage focused formal discussion, I have assignments I designate “Discussion Tasks,” which specifically require students to generate questions and comments that delve into the characters, themes, and literary techniques of the work, encouraging academic discussion. I have included samples of these as well.