Week One Unit 3

Week One Unit 3

Story Elements Story Elements 1 Use the chart to keep track of the characters. Each time you come across a new character, write the characters name and the number of the page on which the character first appears. Them, jot down a brief description. Add information about the characters as you read. Put a star next to each main character. CHARACTER Name of Character Page

# Description STORY ELEMENTS 1 A dynamic character changes in some important way as a result of the storys action. In a paragraph, trace the transformation of one dynamic character from the time the character is introduced through the conclusion of the novel. REFLECTIONS Follow-up: In Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, ____________ is a character that goes through many changes as a result of the events that occur in the story.

________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ _____________________________________________ In SETTING Story Elements 2 Time Most Important Place(s) One effect of the setting on plot, theme, or character: PLOT Story Elements 3 List the Key Events of the novel: ______________

Conflict ______________ ______________ ______________ Climax ______________ _______________ identify the plot elements. Add other events as necessary. Resolution Use the List to Theme 2 Theme 1 ____________________________ ____________________________ __________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________

____________________________ ____________________________ __________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ Promethean Ambition or the consequences of irresponsibility in the pursuit of knowledge. Theme 3 __________ What does the novel have to say about people and the world? ___________ What are the main ideas communica

ted through this novel MAJOR THEMES __________ Story Elements 4 ____________________________ ____________________________ __________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ __ STORY ELEMENTS 4 The theme is the central idea or insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work. One

text can have several themes. REFLECTIONS Follow-up: Mary Shelleys Frankenstein is about ____________________. ___________________________________________________________ __ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ Week One Unit 3 Lesson 1 Week 13 Nov. 7 -11

PROMETHEUS THE MYTH HW: Coledridge,Hayden, Collins, Shakespeare Frankenstei n THE AUTHOR MARY SHELLEY Frankenst ein The Letters Quiz E23.3 E2 3.3 Euphemisms Compass Learning Assignment Mary Shelley LIST 5 FACTS: _________________________ _________________________

_________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _____ The Letters I-IV changed his life. Sailing in stormy seas near the South Pole, the mariners ship is surrounded by ice. When the crewmen spot an albatross, a huge seagull-like bird, flying through the fog, the ice splits open, freeing the ship. Then, unexpectedly, the mariner shoots the albatross. After this act of cruelty, the ship is cursed. Driven north, it becomes stranded in a hot, windless sea. All of the crew except the mariner die. Ever since, the remorseful mariner has traveled the world to tell his ALLUSION In the letters, which set the stage for the novel, Robert Walton says he has been deeply affected by the narrative poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a leading

In the poem, an old sailor, or mariner, tells poet of the era. sea voyage that the Romantic story of a horrific An allusion is a reference in a written work to something from history, art, religion, myth, or another work of literature. Writers use allusions to give readers additional insights about what is happening in the story and why. Shelley makes frequent use of literary

Week 2 Unit 3 Lesson 2 Week 14 Nov. 14 - 18 Frankenstein Chapters 1 -4 HW: Toomer, Neruda, Solzhenitsyn Momaday, DUE: HSAP Unit 3 set 1 QUIZ Lab H110 Narrative Writing Memoir Poem Work on Mini Research Project

First thoughts 1 - 4 1.What was your initial response toward the character Victor Frankenstein? How did this feeling change by the end of chapter 5? _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ ____________________. Reading check Chapters 1 -4 a)

Where is Robert Waltons voyage headed? b) What strange sight do Walton and his men see? c) Why does the stranger hesitate before he agrees to borad Waltons ship? d) Briefly summarize Victor Frankensteins childhood. e) What is the difference between M. Krempe and M. Waldman, Frankensteins professors at the University of Ingolstadt? LESSON Two Chapters 1 4 Victor Frankenstein discovers the principle of life,

which enables him to bring matter to life. In the process of realizing his goal as a scientist, however, he looses things. In the chart below, list the gains and losses of Frankenstein, citing examples from the text. Also,Follow-up: think of something that you chose to do that resulted in gains and losses, and list those too. Frankenstein's My Experience: Development as ________________________ ________________________ a Scientist __ Gains Losses Gains

Losses 1 FOLLOW UP REFLECTIONS Do you think that Frankenstein would have chosen to be a scientist if he had known what he would lose? Why or why not? __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ ______ Follow-up:

Considering what you have gained and lost, would you go through a similar experience again? Why or why not? ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ______________________________. Week 3 Lesson 3 Week 15 Nov21 -25 Frankenstein Chapters 5 - 6 HW: Basho, Lady Ise, Divakaruni Dickinson,

No School Thanksgiving No School Week 4 Lesson 4 Week 16 Nov. 28 Dec.2 Frankenstein Chapters 7-10 HW: Roethke, Yeats, Baca, Cummings, DUE: HSAP Unit 3 set 2 Group Work Midway Test E2 1.5 Authors Craft Symbolism, Irony, Allusion 6 Collages Poetry Around the World Finding

Poets to represent their continents. First thoughts 5 10 With whom do you sympathize more, Victor or his creation? Why? _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ ____________________. Reading check Chapters 5 - 10 a)

Why does Frankenstein run away from the Creature after he has brought him to life? b) Why does Henry Clerval come to Ingolstadt? c) What news does Victors father send him? d) Who is tried for the murder of Victors brother, William? e) What does the Creature ask Frankenstein to do? LESSON Four Chapters 5 - 10 Does the doctor have conflicting emotions? Situation

1 The Creature comes to life. 2 The creature looks at Frankenstein through the bed curtains. 3 Henry Clerval arrives 4 Victor and Henry return to Henrys apartment 5 Victor is praised by M. Waldman and M. Krempe. 6 Victor visits the sight where his brother William was murdered.

7 Victor meets the Creature on the slopes of Montanvert. Doctors Reaction Reason for Reaction Week 5 Lesson 5 Week 17 Dec. 5 - 9 Frankenstein Chapters 11-16 HW: Brooks,Dove , Alexie, Randall E2 5.2 Quiz First thoughts 11- 16

After hearing the Creatures story, do you sympathize with him? Why or why not? _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ ____________________. Reading check Chapters 11 - 16 a) How do the villagers that the Creature first encounters react to him? b)

Where does the Creature end up making his home? c) How does the Creature learn to speak and read? d) Briefly summarize Safies relation to the DeLacey family? e) How does the Creature find out about his origins? CAUSE AND EFFECT LESSON Five Follow-up: Chapters 11 - 16 In the graphic organizer,

describe the consequen ce or consequen ces each discovery has for the Creature, Fire Spoken Language How to Read How to Write Sympathy How people react to his appearance Keeps him warm, cooks food, destroys the De Laceys cottage. 5 FOLLOW UP

REFLECTIONS What do the consequenc es of the Creatures discoveries reveal about him as a Follow-up: In Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, the Creature makes several important discoveries. The consequences of the discoveries reveal a lot about his character. ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________

Week 6 Lesson 6 Week 18 Dec 12 - 16 Frankenstein Chapters 17-24 HW: Clifton, Frost, Nye, Hughes Unit Test DUE: HSAP Unit 3 set 3 E2 2.3 Authors Bias The last letter Reading Inventory Due Book of Poetry Due First thoughts 17- 24 Do you believe that the Creature is really remorseful

about Victors death, or do you think, as Walton does, that he is a hypocritical fiend? _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ ____________________________________. Reading check Chapters 17 - 24 a) Why does Victor travel to England? b) Who accompanies Victor on his travels to England and Scotland? c)

Whose murder is Victor accused of? d) What happens on Victor and Elizabeths wedding night? e) What events bring Victor to Robert Waltons ship? LESSON Six Chapters 17 - 24 BEING PERSUASIVE Follow-up: In his eloquent speech in chapter XVII, the Creature uses both convincing facts and strong emotional appeals to persuade Frankenstein to create a partner for him. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Effect on the Doctor ______________

Effect on You: __________________ Persuasive Statement or Idea: Effect on the Doctor ______________ Persuasive Statement or Idea: Effect on You: __________________ Persuasive Statement or Idea: Effect on the Doctor ______________ Effect on You: __________________ 6 Which of the Creatures statement or ideas is the most convincing

to you? Explain why you find it more persuasive than the others? REFLECTIONS Follow-up: In Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, the Creature persuades the doctor to make a partner for him. Of all the things he says to the doctor, I think the most persuasive argument he makes is __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ____________________________________. Who is to blame for Williams death? Either on your own or with a partner, generate a list of

all the possible reasons why Victor and/or the Monster could be blamed for Williams murder. You should consider the events they have been involved in, their life experiences, and who they are as a person. This is the beginning of a debate which we will later have concerning the role of each of these characters in their final outcome in life. Do a thorough job and think outside of the box. Victor Frankenste in The Monster

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