Objective: Prologue--Perfect Crimes--Casanova | Prologue--Perfect Crimes--The Gentleman Caller | Chapter 1-2 The students will be able to describe and understand how the author uses tools to create symbolism.
1) Possible Activities:
* Have the students read an article on symbolism or if you cannot find one that is appropriate for your age of students, hold a discussion on why they believe symbolism will be important within this novel or why it is often important to serial killers such as the two they have begun to learn about.
* Have the students research what symbols other serial killers may have used in the past and how it helped the police to solve the crimes.
Answer in writing: Is symbolism necessary for all writing? Why or why not.
Ask the students to write a paragraph which includes symbolism.
Objective: Chapter 3 | Chapter 4-5 | Chapter 6 The students will be able to draw conclusions...
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