This Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus: Study Guide activity & project also includes:
Contrary to popular belief, the monster's name was most likely Adam, not Frankenstein. A study guide for Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus introduces theater-goers to a dramatic version of the classic Gothic romance. Learners discuss common themes in the play, such as what it means to be a parent, and create their own plays featuring a monster.
- Choose one of the letters and conduct a close read, highlighting aspects that show the text is a Gothic romance
- Use the discussion topics as essay prompts after reading the novel or watching the play
- Lesson plan aligns to Florida language arts standards
- Shares information on the plot and characters in the novel
- Provides plenty of background and history to help readers understand the context of the drama
- Lacks examples of expected student outcomes