A Doll's House Curriculum Unit
Students take a step-by-step approach to the play and relate key issues to twenty-first century life. They analyze plot, characters, symbols, setting, and themes. They have opportunities to dramatize and role play scenes from the play. They discuss study guide questions and participate in several compare/contrast activities. They create alternative endings for the play.
Supplementary materials include culminating activities, an objective test with answer key, and a study guide with answer keys. This unit includes 10 Lesson Plans / 20 Handouts / 78 Pages, aligned to Common Core standards, grades 9-12, high school.
- Critical thinking
- Social and cross-cultural skills
- Productivity and accountability
This 1879 drama initiated a new chapter in women’s history. A Doll's demonstrates the stifling effects of patriarchal society in the context of what seems to be a happy family. Compressed time and precise symbols function to introduce characteristics of modern drama.
Check out the Additional Info Section for the Common Core English Language Arts Standards.