Student working on an iPad to create a Google map to track. - Section 3: "Landscapes of the Passing Strange": Tracking Walton's and Frankenstein's Journeys

  Student working on an iPad to create a Google map to track.
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Marking Tracks with Google Maps--Frankenstein's and Walton's Geographic Journeys

Unit 12: What Makes a Monster?: "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus"
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: SWBAT track the geographical journeys Mary Shelley describes in "Frankenstein" to analyze how place tests character and theme.

Big Idea: "Writing has nothing to do with meaning. It has to do with landsurveying and cartography, including the mapping of countries yet to come." --Gilles Deleuze

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English / Language Arts, Literature, British literature, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus, Google Maps
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