A SEPARATE PEACE
AP* Literature Teaching Units
Reproducible curriculum unit
By the end of this unit, students will be able to: trace the development of various themes of the novel, including coming-of-age and loss-of-innocence, identity and self-realization, the ubiquity of human cruelty, conformity and non-conformity, and tradition and change; analyze the structure of the novel and explain the impact of structure on plot and theme; explain how the first-person narrative affects the perspective from which the reader understands the novel; evaluate the characters of Phineas and Gene as foils; trace the development of Gene as a dynamic character; and analyze the impact of Gene as an unreliable first-person narrator. 62 pages. ©2008.
This title is part of the series: AP* LITERATURE TEACHING UNITS