AP* Literature Teaching Units
Reproducible curriculum unit
By the end of this unit, students will be able to: better understand the effect of a first-person narrator on the overall meaning and impact of a novel; explore the relationship between philosophy and literature; examine how ambiguity can affect the meaning of a text; analyze the creation and development of motifs and imagery and the role they play in the novel; explain the how narrative structure can affect the understanding of a text; explore the role of dialogue in prose fiction; understand the role of external and internal conflict, namely person vs. person, and person vs. self; and place the novel in its general historical context. 71 pages. ©2010.
This title is part of the series: AP* LITERATURE TEACHING UNITS