A Doll's House Teaching Guide
- 8 pages
- Subject: Allusion, Character Analysis, Historical Context, Plot, Setting, Symbols, Themes, Lesson Plans and Educational Resources
Additional A Doll's House Resources
This classic play has been a mainstay in English classes for generations. Whether it’s the first or hundredth time you escort students through the text, some teaching tips will help ensure that the experience is rewarding for everyone, including you. Teaching A Doll’s House will encourage students to understand the power of theater to comment, critique, and impact contemporary society. Let’s look at things to keep in mind before you take your students into Ibsen’s provocative realist drama.
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Owl Eyes teaching guides have been designed to help first-time and veteran teachers open up classic works of literature for their students. Our guides provide rich background information, identify key themes and topics, and offer creative and practical approaches to teaching the text.
The main components of each guide include the following:
- A concise history of the text
- An explanation of significant allusions
- Typical teaching approaches
- Tricky issues to address while teaching
- Alternative teaching approaches
- A list of complementary texts
These teaching guides offer valuable context and promote meaningful discussions about novels, plays, poems, and stories that have captivated English Language Arts students for generations. Each guide is comprehensive and concise, thought-provoking and practical.