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Review plot, theme, and major characters in the book Wuthering Heights. Working in groups, the class examines themes, the significance of setting, and summarizes the novel. They work to answer a series of critical-thinking questions and create a poster conveying a major theme from the book.
Emily Bronte's only novel, Wuthering Heights, is now a classic of English literature. As your class progresses through the novel, attack some troubling vocabulary. Twenty new words are introduced (like ardor, ruddy, and trifling), and two activities encourage a deeper understanding of the words and their meanings.
Don't let the challenging vocabulary in Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights disinterest your readers from the classic novel! Instead, provide them with this list of vocabulary terms for the first few chapters of the book. Twenty words are introduced like grievously, vociferous, and sobriety.
Don’t let the title fool you. None of the materials included in the study guide are designed specifically for Emily Bronte’s classic novel; however, it is still an extremely valuable resource that should earn a spot in your curriculum library. Designed for independent reading or homeschool learning, the graphic organizers, comprehension questions, activities, and vocabulary exercises provide a clear picture of whether or not pupils are reading and comprehending a narrative text.