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  • A Doll's House eNotes Lesson Plan

    Learning Objectives: By the end of this unit, students should be able to define the family roles husbands and wives were expected to play in late 19th-century Norwegian-bourgeois society; describe the play's primary characters—Nora, Torvald, Mrs. Linde, Krogstad, and Dr. Rank—and identify their distinguishing traits; explain how A Doll's House illustrates Ibsen's...

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  • A Doll's House Literary Devices Lesson Plan

    Drawing Themes from Motifs: This lesson plan focuses on identifying themes in A Doll’s House by interpreting literary motifs in the drama. Students will identify and analyze examples of major motifs in the text, explain the ideas they communicate, and determine how the ideas inform themes in play. By studying...

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  • A Doll's House eNotes Teaching Guide

    So you’re going to teach Henrik Ibsen's A Doll’s House, a classic play that has been a mainstay in English classes for generations. Whether it’s the first or hundredth time you escort students through the text, we've provided some teaching tips to help ensure that the experience is rewarding for...

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  • A Doll's House Reading Response Prompts

    Money plays an important role in the play, and the subject is introduced immediately. Describe how Nora’s attitude about money is different from her husband’s. What is your opinion of how each of them thinks of money? Torvald calls his wife numerous pet names. What are they? What does this behavior suggest about...

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