Lessons for Mary Shelley

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  • It's Alive! Part II: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - … : Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Donna Shafer-Riha, WVPT Overview Topic: Cloning, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Ethics of Responsibility. The basic moral questions of Mary Shelley's … Mary Shelley and her parents Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin and William Godwin. 15. Read The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Mary Shelley … the two narrators? 7 It's Alive! Part II: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Mary Shelley's original When Clerval died I returned to Switzerland …
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  • Nightmare on Joe's Street - … of mary Shelley's Classic Novel by Mary Shelley, Leonard Wolf, editor. (Plume, 1993) The complete novel is analyzed and put into context. mary Shelley by … , March 2003) This biography of Mary Shelley's husband, the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, gives insight into their relationship. mary Shelley, Frankenstein's Creator: First … young adults, this biography of Shelley's life is also suitable for adults. The mary Shelley reader by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Betty T. Bennett, Charles …
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  • Helena Miller - … social context in which Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, specifically the Industrial Revolution, her own life, and Mary Wollstonecraft's (Mary Shelley's mother) contributions to women's rights at the time. Students will understand the literary context in which Mary Shelley … social context in which Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, specifically the Industrial Revolution, her own life, and Mary Wollstonecraft's (Mary Shelley's mother) contributions to …
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  • Close Reading: Monster or Not? Three Excerpts from Frankenstein - … , Computer Media Player Instructional Time: 8 Hour(s) Keywords: Frankenstein, Mary Shelley, film adaptation, Socratic Seminar, close reading, text-dependent questions Instructional … different versions of the Frankenstein story have been told since Mary Shelley first published her novel in 1818. These versions, whether they … times vary greatly. Likewise, the depictions of the creature that Mary Shelley created in her novel sometimes adhere closely to the original …
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  • A Fascination with Mystery and Horror: Edgar Allen Poe and Mary Shelley - … Horror: Edgar Allen Poe and Mary Shelley A Fascination with Mystery and Horror: Edgar Allen Poe and Mary Shelley Dolley Madison: Sports and Popular … (The Raven) and Mary Shelley (Frankenstein). Objectives: Students will develop literary interpretive skills by reading works by Poe and Shelley. Students will become familiar with the characteristics of a horror or mystery literary work. Materials Required: Edgar Allen Poe and Mary Shelley
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  • Behind the Cover - … the history and myths that led to the creation of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" by reading and discussing the article, "Frankenstein, Meet … the author? -Under what circumstances was it written? For example, Mary Shelley wrote "Frankenstein" in a competition among friends. -What inspired the … watched together. -Watch the original Frankenstein" (1931) and the remake "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" (1994). Write an essay comparing these films. Technology …
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  • Teaching 'Frankenstein' With The New York Times - … "the deepest mysteries of creation," as Mary Shelley herself put it. Whether you're introducing Shelley's gothic masterpiece in a literature, science … Books and Authors Literary Terms Times Topics Books and Literature Mary Shelley Cloning Genetic Engineering Science Fiction Selected Resources From NYTimes.com … ! Review of the 1994 movie "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein," with a short film clip. Bride of Frankenstein Shelley biography book review. Frankenstein, Meet …
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  • After discussing the themes and ideas of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and exploring the style of the gothic horror genre, students will write their own short story. Students will also prepare and present a brief PowerPoint on the theme they wrote about. St - … Stormy Night Description: After discussing the themes and ideas of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and exploring the style of the gothic horror … thinking. Set the stage by describing the circumstances that prompted Mary Shelley's writing Frankenstein Describe assignment -Ask: What is the role … unit on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. -Within the classroom the students study the novel including: * Scientific discoveries of Shelley's time * Shelley's life …
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  • Teaching Today | Lesson Plans | Exploring the Nervous System through Disease and Injury - … Markers Images and illustrations of the nervous system Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (one copy) Differentiation Strategies These strategies are used to meet … , diseases, and injuries for auditory learnersAuditory learners: uses excerpts from Mary Shelley?s novel and discussion of the history of the nervous … and a read a passage from Mary Shelley?s Frankenstein describing Dr. Frankenstein?s experiment. Explain that Shelley?s novel is a response …
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  • Scientific Scenes - … Mary Shelley tells the story of how a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, abandoned the 'miserable monster' he fathered in his laboratory. How can Shelley … a glossary to make the text accessible. -Read "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley. Create a cartoon strip illustrating how science and technology impacted …
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