Date: January 2, 2016 - WordPress.com

Date: January 2, 2016 - WordPress.com

Well done on Monday you completed English language paper 1 Fiction. November 14th: English literature paper 2 Modern texts This paper looks at An Inspector Calls, Power and Conflict poetry and unseen poetry. Our lessons this week will be geared towards preparing you for this paper. Dont forget to use the blog: https://englishatstmarks.wordpress.com/ Homework IN: English language revision booklet Homework OUT: Revision booklet Title: Stage directions, foreshadowing and dramatic irony Date: 2/28/20 Objective: Can I explore the methods Priestley uses in An Inspector Calls?a character, their purpose and Grade LearninginOutcomes Key Words development the play All

Most Some I can use quotations from the play to discuss stage directions. I can begin to explore what they might suggest about the characters they stand for. I can use well-chosen quotations from the play to discuss stage directions and foreshadowing. I can explore what they might stand for and what Priestley was trying to infer. I can use apt quotations and details from the play to discuss stage directions, foreshadowing and dramatic irony. I can analyse a range of inferences and how Priestley uses language and structure to establish them. Numeracy Considering historical time periods Literacy Using inference 2 3 4

Inference Quotations Stage directions Foreshadowing Dramatic irony 5 6 7 SMSC & Values Working together Homework IN: Booklet is due in on February 10th Homework OUT: Revision booklet Title: Stage directions, foreshadowing and dramatic irony Date: 2/28/20 Objective: Can I explore the methods Priestley uses in An Inspector Calls?a character, their purpose Grade Starter and development in the play

All Can you remember the name of two of the devices Priestley used in the play? Can you choose a device Priestley uses and explain what impact it would have on the audience? 2-3 Some Can you explain which device Priestley uses to take advantage of the fact his audience were watching a play set in the past? 6-7 Numeracy Considering historical time periods Most Literacy Using inference

SMSC & Values 4-5 Working together English Literature Personalised Learning Checklist Assessment Objective AO1 AO1 AO1 AO2 AO2 AO1 AO2 AO3 AO1 AO1 AO1 AO2 AO3 AO3 1. I show an understanding of the key ideas in the play. 2. I show an understanding of the key themes in the play.

3. I use details from the play in my answer. 4. I can explain the effects of specific words and phrases. 5. I can explain the effect of structure. 6. I have explored the question in detail. 7. I can explain why Priestley has made certain structural decisions. 8. I can explain Priestleys purpose and the effect it has on the reader. 9.I use a range of quotations to support the points I am making. 10. I develop an interpretation of the key ideas and explore this fully throughout my answer. 11. My answer is detailed and should be at least 2 sides. 12. I can analyse the language choices Priestley makes, discussing alternative possible interpretations. 13. I can discuss context. 14. I can explain how contextual information helps us understand the play. SPAG AO4 AO4 AO4 AO4 15. My spelling and grammar is clear and accurate. 16. I have structured my answer to make the meaning clear. 17. I can use punctuation accurately, including when I am using details from the text. 18. I can use key terms in my answer. e.g. play, characters, audience, dramatic irony. Homework IN: Booklet is due in on February 10th Homework OUT: Revision booklet Title: Stage directions, foreshadowing and dramatic irony

Date: 2/28/20 Objective: Can I explore the methods Priestley uses in An Inspector Calls?a character, their purpose and development in the play In your answers you must be able to discuss how Priestley presents his characters and ideas. Each table will be given a key term to define in no more than twenty words. Be prepared to share and explain to your classmates how they can spot this technique. Numeracy Considering historical time periods Literacy Using inference SMSC & Values Working groups

Dramatic irony Dramatic irony Foreshadowing Foreshadowing Stage directions Stage directions Homework IN: Booklet is due in on February 10th Homework OUT: Revision booklet Title: Stage directions, foreshadowing and dramatic irony Date: 2/28/20 Objective: Can I explore the methods Priestley uses in An Inspector Calls?a character, their purpose and development in the play Move around the room, filling out your grids and analysing the quotations on display. Challenge: can you use a copy of the text to find your own examples of the three techniques?

Numeracy Considering historical time periods Literacy Using inference SMSC & Values Working groups the Titanic she sails next week -...unsinkable, absolutely unsinkable (Mr Birling) And I say there isnt a chance of war... (Mr Birling) Inspector (massively taking charge) Allow me, Miss Birling. But take my word for it, you youngsters - and I've learnt in the good hard school of experience - that a man has to mind

his own business and look after himself and his own - and (We hear the sharp ring of a front door bell). (Mr Birling) Were in for a time of steadily increasing prosperity (Mr Birling) GERALD (laughs): You seem to be a nice well-behaved family BIRLING: We think we are - lets say in 1940...by that time youll be living in a world that will have forgotten all these Capital versus Labour agitations and all these silly little war scares. Therell be peace and prosperity and rapid progress everywhere. (Mr Birling) (The dining room of a fairly large suburban house, belonging to a prosperous manufacturer. It has good solid furniture of the period. At the moment they have all had a good dinner, are celebrating a special occasion, and are pleased with themselves). Sheila (half serious, half playful) Yes except for all last summer, when you never came near me (Sheila to Gerald) If we are all responsible for

everything that happened to everybody wed had anything to do with, it would be very awkward, wouldnt it? (Mr Birling) (looking extremely pale and distressed) (Eric) Mrs Birling (smiling, social) Good evening, Inspector. (At rise of curtain, the four BIRLINGS and GERALD are seated at the table, with ARTHUR BIRLING at one end, his wife at the other, ERIC downstage, and SHEILA and GERALD seated upstage. EDNA, the parlourmaid, is just clearing the table, which has no cloth, of dessert plates and champagne glasses, etc., and replacing them with decanter of port, cigar box and cigarettes. Port glasses are already on the table. All five are in the evening dress of the period, the men in tails and white ties, not dinner jackets). Youll hear some people say that wars inevitable. And to that I say - fiddlesticks! (Mr Birling) Sheila (laughs rather hysterically) Why you fool he knows. Of course he knows. (GERALD CROFT is an

attractive chap about thirtyvery much the easy well-bred young-manabout-town). Quotation Methods used What the quotation suggests e.g. The lighting should be pink and intimate until the INSPECTOR arrives, and then it should be brighter and harder. Stage directions Foreshadowing Priestley uses stage directions to suggest that the inspectors arrival signifies that the Birlings family dinner is no longer warm and intimate. The brighter and harder light perhaps foreshadows how harshly they are about to be scrutinised. Quotation Method used

What the quotation suggests English Literature Personalised Learning Checklist Assessment Objective AO1 AO1 AO1 AO2 AO2 AO1 AO2 AO3 AO1 AO1 AO1 AO2 AO3 AO3 1. I show an understanding of the key ideas in the play. 2. I show an understanding of the key themes in the play. 3. I use details from the play in my answer. 4. I can explain the effects of specific words and phrases. 5. I can explain the effect of structure. 6. I have explored the question in detail. 7. I can explain why Priestley has made certain structural decisions. 8. I can explain Priestleys purpose and the effect it has on the reader.

9.I use a range of quotations to support the points I am making. 10. I develop an interpretation of the key ideas and explore this fully throughout my answer. 11. My answer is detailed and should be at least 2 sides. 12. I can analyse the language choices Priestley makes, discussing alternative possible interpretations. 13. I can discuss context. 14. I can explain how contextual information helps us understand the play. SPAG AO4 AO4 AO4 AO4 15. My spelling and grammar is clear and accurate. 16. I have structured my answer to make the meaning clear. 17. I can use punctuation accurately, including when I am using details from the text. 18. I can use key terms in my answer. e.g. play, characters, audience, dramatic irony. Homework IN: Booklet is due in on February 10th Homework OUT: Revision booklet Title: Stage directions, foreshadowing and dramatic irony Date: 2/28/20 Objective: Can I explore the methods Priestley uses in An Inspector Calls?a character, their purpose and development in the play

Move around the room, filling out your grids and analysing the quotations on display. Challenge: can you use a copy of the text to find your own examples of the three techniques? Numeracy Considering historical time periods Literacy Using inference SMSC & Values Working groups 4 Section A: Modern prose or drama Answer one question from this section on your chosen text. JB Priestley: An Inspector Calls How does Priestley explore the idea of responsibility? Write about: The different ideas about responsibility that are discussed in the play

how Priestley explores the idea of responsibility by the ways he writes [30 marks] AO4 [4 marks] Can you use the quotations youve analysed today to create a mind-map for the question above? 4 Section A: Modern prose or drama Answer one question from this section on your chosen text. JB Priestley: An Inspector Calls How does Priestley explore the idea of responsibility? Write about: The different ideas about responsibility that are discussed in the play how Priestley explores the idea of responsibility by the ways he writes [30 marks] AO4 [4 marks] Can you have a go at writing at least one paragraph in answer to the question? Finish your answer for homework! Help sheet: Peter C Point: At the beginning of the play, Mr Birling is

presented as. Unlike his children, by the end of the play he Evidence: In the first scene Mr Birling claims that social responsibility doesnt exist. He refers to community and all that nonsense. Technique/device (if you can find one): The word nonsense demonstrates how E ffect on the that R eader: Priestley has used this so

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