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CHS students make ‘Frankenstein’ monsters

Campbellsville High School students recently made their own monsters.

 

Students in Lindsay Williams’s AP English literature and composition class are studying “Frankenstein” and making their own monsters.

 

As part of their studies, students are reading the book and creating their own monsters.

 

Students are also writing journal entries and poems from their monsters’ perspective.

 

The project culminated with students delivering presentations about their monsters.

 

Some students used dolls to make their monsters, while others used stuffed animals, boxes and more.

 

CHS juniors Davon Cecil, at left, and Mark Rigsby talk about their monster.

CHS juniors Davon Cecil, at left, and Mark Rigsby talk about their monster.

 

CHS juniors Reagan Knight, at left, and Abbie Dicken present their monster.

CHS juniors Reagan Knight, at left, and Abbie Dicken present their monster.

 

From left, CHS juniors Evan McAninch, Randy Harris, Casey Hardin and Jeremiah Jackson talk about their monster.

From left, CHS juniors Evan McAninch, Randy Harris, Casey Hardin and Jeremiah Jackson talk about their monster.

 

CHS juniors, from left, Ian McAcninch, Layton Hord, Myles Murrell and Ryan Kearney present their monster to their classmates.

CHS juniors, from left, Ian McAcninch, Layton Hord, Myles Murrell and Ryan Kearney present their monster to their classmates.

 

From left, CHS juniors Dakota Reardon, Glenn Lamer, Josh Dooley, Jackson Hinton and Tristan Johnson talk about their monster.

From left, CHS juniors Dakota Reardon, Glenn Lamer, Josh Dooley, Jackson Hinton and Tristan Johnson talk about their monster.

 

CHS juniors, from left, Samantha Mason, Caleigh Bright, Tatem Wiseman and Salena Ritchie present their monster to their classmates.

CHS juniors, from left, Samantha Mason, Caleigh Bright, Tatem Wiseman and Salena Ritchie present their monster to their classmates.

 

From left, CHS juniors Brandon Greer, Kyler Rakes, Leslie McKenzie and Jason Agee talk about their monster.

From left, CHS juniors Brandon Greer, Kyler Rakes, Leslie McKenzie and Jason Agee talk about their monster.

 

CHS juniors, from left, Jaylah Tucker, Hayley Stapleton, Elizabeth Sullivan and Christina Phipps talk about their monster.

CHS juniors, from left, Jaylah Tucker, Hayley Stapleton, Elizabeth Sullivan and Christina Phipps talk about their monster.





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