Lessons for Mary Shelley

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  • Stormy Weather - … have to households in the new country of America. 5. Mary Shelley speculated that a person could be made from parts of …
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  • Frankenstein - … week 2 of novel study): 1. ____ The Life of Mary Shelley 2. ____ The Advent of Science Fiction 3. ____ Frame …
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  • The ABC's of DNA - … , and its ethical implications. 5. Read the book "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley. Then write your own story about what can result when …
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  • Medical Ethics and Technology - … issues that catalyze this lesson, particularly genetic engineering and psychopharmacology. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein provides departure points for considering ethical perspectives on …
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  • The Horror! The Horror! - … already have studied in class, like Henry James, Edith Wharton, Mary Shelley or Charles Dickens. Have them write a paragraph explaining how …
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  • Space: The Familiar Frontier - … or background", from Answers.com. If your students have read Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein", or are familiar with the characters and plot …
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  • Intro to Novels (Frankenstein) - … a kinesthetic approach to teaching books or novels. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is used as an example. Materials: Questions Board White board …
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  • Storyboarding the Transformation from Dr. Jekyll into Mr. Hyde - … clips. back to top EXTENSIONS This lesson could work with Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein and the multiple movie versions made from …
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  • The Right Mood - … . Sidney Mount LITERATURE: Mood: dark, foreboding, eerie, tense, fearful Frankenstein Mary Shelley Dracula Bram Stoker Several works by Edgar Allen Poe (e …
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  • Medical Ethics and Technology: A Brave New World? ... - … issues that catalyze this lesson, particularly genetic engineering and psychopharmacology. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein provides departure points for considering ethical perspectives on …
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