During the reading, the students should be text-coding. The creature ran off into the woods and through villages. Jindal Global University Professor V. Changes in context and form offer fresh perspectives on the values of texts. What happens to Victor's father? What does that do to Victor's response p.
How much time has elapsed between Letter 2 and Letter 3? The teacher can provide corrective feedback as needed, modeling text-marking by using a document camera to show where the appropriate textual evidence came from to support each answer. Walton never encounters his sister in the novel; his relationship with her is based wholly on correspondence. I delighted in investigating the facts relative to the actual world; she busied herself in following the aërial creations of the poets. Compare and contrast Robert's and Victor's goals and interests. Pass out the so that students will see how these clips will help them answer some of the final questions for the lesson. This will allow the teacher to provide corrective feedback and, if needed, additional modeling on how to use various strategies to determine the meaning of unknown words in a text.
Frankenstein Reading Questions Bedford English 154: Introduction to Literature Prof. Why is he afraid pp. Letters also serve as a means of social interaction, as characters are frequently out of immediate contact with one another. The teacher should limit his or her involvement in the seminar to putting out the first question and helping with procedures. Will he share that knowledge with Walton? In modern society as well as in the society of both Frankenstein and The Incredible Hulk, people judge one extremely. Are these origins consistent with those given in the 1831 Introduction? What do you make of his talk of slavery pp.
What event happens when the creature is near Geneva pp. Through various holes in the wooden walls, he can see and hear what is going on inside the cottage, but the family has not discovered him. What happens to Victor in the process? Pass out the so that each student has a copy. Whom does Victor meet arriving in a coach the next morning p. How does he respond pp.
Is he as inherently evil and bloodthirsty as Victor has assumed? Scholars sometimes use Frankenstein as an argument against scientific technology that creates life forms; others argue that it is not technology itself but the use to which it is put that presents an ethical problem. Students should be reminded to use specific evidence from the text to support their responses. How does he go about creating a human being, and what does he expect as a result of this creation pp. The teacher might wish to record these ideas on a class chart to keep on display throughout the lesson. The term monster lacks what many believe to be the necessary requirements someone needs to be considered human.
How does Victor prepare for what he fears will happen? Do you recognize the opening words of this chapter? It seems obvious to many that the real monster would be the creature forged by Victor Frankenstein. How much do we learn of the actual procedure? Even if one cannot sympathize with the monster, one can at least understand his actions. Go over the with students so they will know how they will be assessed. A framing device is used when someone's story is told through someone who reads it or hears it. Waldman say in describing modern chemistry that changes Victor's mind p. Do Victor and the monster differ in their view of women, and if so, how? What questions does he ask himself? What happens to the De Lacey family after the events of chapter 15? What responsibilities did Victor, as the creator, have toward his creature? How does the creature learn about reading? Who is Cornelius Agrippa and how does Victor find out about him p.
What does the creature find in the woods? Given all the mad doctor and monster movies we've seen, including perhaps versions of Frankenstein, what is unexpected about the description of the actual creation of life here p. When the main character, Victor, becomes so lost in his. Atticus Finch, Great Depression, Harper Lee 1102 Words 3 Pages In Frankenstein, the creature does not become evil until his creator and the human race rejects him. Butler warns that as humans, we should never assume the position of God. How does the creature learn language p. Close Reading 2: The teacher will provide verbal corrective feedback on text-dependent questions 1-11 and has the option to provide written or verbal feedback on 12-21.
The creature, in turn, essentially declares war on Victor. How does the dream grow out of, comment on, even explain what Victor has done and been through? What happens at Victor's trial? The teacher and strong student readers will take turns reading the text aloud. I think it was right for Medea to kill the children. This is important because we get three different looks into the. It was one of the, if not the first of its' kind. Even the monster uses written communication to develop a relationship with Victor when, at the end of the novel, he leads him ever northward by means of notes on the trees and rocks he passes. What does the book seem to suggest? How well can the creature speak at this point of his existence? Not only was the seminar itself what helped me to further understand the story, but also the pre-seminar tasks question responses and formation.