Bram Stoker, Dracula
Lesson plans and teaching resources

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Dracula eNotes Lesson Plan
Summary, analysis, criticism, discussion questions, writing topics, assessments, more.

Bram Stoker
The author's biography at Wikipedia.

Bram Stoker
Video biography (45:23).

Downloadable text of the novel in multiple formats, including EPUB, Kindle, or plain text.

Downloadable audio files of the novel in multiple formats, including MP3, iTunes, and Ogg Vorbis.

A variety of reading strategies for this novel, including directed reading/thinking and reciprocal teaching.

Dracula by Bram Stoker
Vocabulary, focus questions, additional links, classroom activities.

Dracula by Bram Stoker
Scroll down to find a list of post-reading activities.

Listen to the novel in MP3 or Ogg Vorbis format.

Dracula: Digital Booktalk
This short video (1:40) could serve as a prereading activity.

Dracula Lesson Plans
This unit plan includes comprehension questions and a rough pacing guide.

In Search of Dracula: History and Imagination
Starting with the image of Dracula as both historical and supernatural character, this program takes the reader into the realm of imagination seen across times, peoples, and types of cultural products. The theme is the effect of supernatural beliefs reflected in history, language, literature, and the arts.