If all of the elements of this lesson plan are employed, students will develop the following powers, skills, and understanding:
To understand the novel as a form and Emily Brontë's place in its history.
To analyze complex, multi-layered narratives and construct written and verbal arguments about those narratives.
To use multiple means and media—visual, written, oral—to interpret Brontë's work.
To understand the complex relationships between a writer's experience and her creations.
To understand the challenges and the significance of adapting a text into another medium.
To understand the role of complex and controversial topics, such as gender,...