Frankenstein the monster teaches itself, but Frankenstein the novel does not. Whether you are teaching Frankenstein for the first time or you are a seasoned pro on the AP Literature and Comprehension level, here are some tips to consider. The… Read More »Teaching Frankenstein: 9 Tips
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein does not lend itself to being organized into instructional segments and tidy activities. Nevertheless, whether you are teaching AP students or developing readers, you must develop a practical Frankenstein unit plan. The Frankenstein unit plan below breaks the… Read More »Frankenstein Unit Plan for High School
Even advanced students benefit from a few intro activities before engaging with a text. Here are 15 Frankenstein pre-reading activities to get students engaged before they open the cover of Mary Shelley’s masterpiece. I include a variety of Frankenstein pre-reading activities… Read More »15 Frankenstein Pre-reading Activities
Writing a final exam takes valuable time. Here is a Frankenstein multiple choice test to make things a bit easier. It is printable as-is (PDF), or you can cut and paste test items from the list. I organize this Frankenstein… Read More »FRANKENSTEIN Multiple Choice Test (PDF)
These Frankenstein discussion questions will get students sharing, analyzing, and evaluating. I divide the questions into four sets that align to the reading schedule for my Frankenstein Unit Plan (lessons and materials). Print as-is or select and modify questions to… Read More »FRANKENSTEIN Discussion Questions
This Frankenstein anticipation guide prepares students to read the original novel by Mary Shelley. Activate prior knowledge, engage with key theme subjects, create interest, and set purpose for reading. The printable Frankenstein Anticipation Guide PDF follows the preview images. Preparing… Read More »Frankenstein Anticipation Guide
What’s more romantic than a eight-foot science experiment with daddy issues? Nothing! Including this classic of Romantic literature (and arguably the first science fiction novel) is a no-brainer! Here is my recommended Frankenstein reading schedule. Frankenstein reading schedule (four parts)… Read More »Frankenstein Reading Schedule
How long does it take to read Frankenstein? Answer: 5 to 6 hours The time it takes to read Frankenstein by Mary Shelley can vary depending on individual reading speed and the chosen reading pace. Several factors influence the reading… Read More »How long does it take to read FRANKENSTEIN?