An introductory lesson on the contextual information behind JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. Suitable for both KS3 and KS4 students, the lesson looks at the key concepts of socialism and capitalism before moving on to JB Priestley’s biography and evaluating how lives would have been very different for both working class and middle class people in the Edwardian period.
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An Inspector Calls
An Inspector Calls **TES AWARD NOMINATED** - Over 20 hours worth of fully differentiated lessons (powerpoints, worksheets and exam practice / prep) + a GCSE revision guide AND a knowledge organiser. A bundle of very highly rated lessons, projects and revision sessions for the study of An Inspector Calls.<br /> <br /> It basically covers everything you need to teach 'An Inspector Calls' and get successful results (I do). If you think there's anything missing, let me know.<br /> <br /> Hope you find this useful, as a Head of English I have given this to my whole department to use and they are very pleased about how much time they've saved.<br /> <br /> Here is the order of lessons:<br /> <br /> 1 - Introduction<br /> 2 - Act One Introduction<br /> 3 - Arthur Birling<br /> 4 - The Inspector<br /> 5 - Responsibility<br /> 6 - Sheila Birling<br /> 7 - Gerald Croft<br /> 8 - Sheila Birling and Historical Context<br /> 9 - Gerald and Daisy<br /> 10 - Mrs Birling<br /> 11- Eric Birling<br /> 12 - Eric and Eva<br /> 13 - The Inspector Leaves<br /> 14 - Young and Old<br /> 15 - The End<br /> 16 - Revision Guide<br /> 17 - Knowledge Organiser<br /> 18 - Exam Practice Pack<br /> 19 - Revision Session<br /> 20 - Scheme of Work document
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