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Connections in Literature
Teaching Frankenstein/Close Reading
For background information before you start reading, you can use articles from Newsela and CommonLit. Here's a folder of compiled resources.
PLC FRQ Analysis Activity on paragraphs 107-109
Classroom suggestion: Divide the class into 5 groups and assign each group one of the first five AP Literature big ideas. Literary argument is not one of the groups because everyone needs to do/practice literary argument.
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