Lesson Plans for Marxism

THROUGHOUT THIS GUIDE TO THEORY, I have attempted, when possible, to draw from my own experiences teaching students the various theoretical approaches. The following two plans were attempted in two quite different classes at two quite different times in my career. The application to Spenser was essayed when I was a teaching assistant working under a professor at the U of California, Santa Barbara (in 1992 while studying for my Ph.D.). The applications to Samuel Delaney occurred in an introduction to "Science Fiction and Fantasy" while I was an assistant professor at Purdue U. The former class was composed mostly of freshmen and sophomores, the latter class was made up of juniors and seniors (including a small group of honors students).



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Felluga, Dino. "Lesson Plans for Marxism." Introductory Guide to Critical Theory.[date of last update, which you can find on the home page]. Purdue U. [date you accessed the site]. <http://www.purdue.edu/guidetotheory/marxism/plans/>.






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