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English GCSE and English KS3 resources by a lead practitioner. Everything I upload is tried and tested by both myself and my English Department. I always appreciate feedback, so please do leave a review if you get chance. Leave a review and choose any other single resource for free! Just get in touch at info@englishgcse.co.uk
A Midsummer Night's Dream
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A Midsummer Night's Dream

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TWENTY lessons AND a detailed scheme of work. A complete A Midsummer Night’s Dream bundle that includes everything you need to teach the text at KS3, including an assessment task, homework tasks, differentiated lessons, models, scaffolds, key quotes and more. Accessible, differentiated and detailed. Introduction to Shakespeare (Genre and Context) The Globe Theatre (Context) The Great Chain of Being (Context) Act 1 Scene 1 Relationships Act 1 Scene 1 and Helena Assessment Preparation The Mechanicals and Bottom The Fairies (Act 2 Scene 1) Titania and Oberon (Act 2 Scene 1) Oberon, Helena and Demetrius (Act 2 Scene 1) Puck’s Mischief (Act 2 Scene 2) Titania and Bottom (Act 3 Scene 1) Act 3 Scene 2 Hermia, Act 3 Scene 2 and Structure Act 4 Scene 1 The Theme of Dreams Writing Your Own Shakespeare Comedy
A Midsummer Night's Dream - Act 3 Scene 2
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A Midsummer Night's Dream - Act 3 Scene 2

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As we study A Midsummer Night’s Dream we look at Act 3 Scene 2 and how Puck’s mistake causes chaos and confusion between Hermia, Helena, Demetrius and Lysander. We analyse key quotes and create analytical paragraphs about how Shakespeare is able to build up tension within the scene. Includes video clips, differentiated activities, models, scaffolds, key quotes, sentence starters and more. Fully differentiated throughout.