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A Doll's House AP Teaching Unit
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- discuss A Doll’s House in the social and historical context of its time.
- explain the concept of the “well-made play” and show how A Doll’s House both adheres to the formula and departs from it.
- diagram Freytag’s pyramid and assign plot elements from A Doll’s House to each element of the pyramid.
- define the terms round character, flat character, dynamic character, static character, stock character, and foil, and give an example of each in the play, stating the rationale for the assignments.
- identify the protagonist and the antagonist of the play, and explain the basis for the choices.
- discuss the importance of irony and foreshadowing in A Doll’s House, citing examples.
- discuss A Doll’s House in terms of feminist criticism.
- place A Doll’s House in the context of the movement for women’s suffrage and the emerging societal reevaluation of women’s place in society.
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