If you’re having trouble grappling with the “similar content” in the Module A elective Texts in Time, these articles may help.
This article, by Evan L. Wendel, not only helps students to focus on the relevance of each text’s setting, it is also a wonderful example of essay structure with integrated paragraphs.
Jay Clayton’s contribution to the Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein is impressive in scope. You’ll need to scroll down to the section entitled The Replicant’s Tears (page 5 of the pdf or 88 if you’ve grabbed the book) for Module A specific stuff, but if you want a more general understanding of the ongoing relevance of Frankenstein, the entire chapter is worth a read.
This article by Magar Etmekdjian focuses on context and the way in which Blade Runner can be viewed as an extension of Frankenstein. It very helpfully refers back to the module rubric as well.