An Inspector Calls: Inspector GooleQuick View

An Inspector Calls: Inspector Goole

This interesting and engaging lesson enables students to build their understanding of Inspector Goole, one of the chief protagonists in ‘An Inspector Calls.’ In particular, students understand the Inspector’s main characteristics and quotations. They also contemplate whether they feel the Inspector presents the voice and key messages of Priestley himself. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Recall and understand the key features of The Inspector's character profile; - Link The Inspector to Priestley's key messages and the context of the play; - Piece together the Eva Smith case from the viewpoint of The Inspector; - Read and understand the final section of the play; - Analyse the character further in response to key quotations; - Argue the extent to which the Inspector presents the views of Priestley himself; - Peer/self-assess learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - A clear and interesting worksheet on interpreting The Inspector's character; - Extract from Act 3 of the play for students to read and interpret; - Inspector's notepad to piece together the Eva Smith case; - A scaffolded template for students to complete the main analysis task; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.

By TandLGuru

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An Inspector CallsQuick View

An Inspector Calls

A fully differentiated 2 hour lesson to prepare students for the AQA Literature Paper 2 exam. Includes resources on historical context, character and themes to get your students ready!

By Lead_Practitioner

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An Inspector Calls Big Bundle!Quick View

An Inspector Calls Big Bundle!

This engaging, varied, and informative scheme of learning is designed to help students gain a valuable understanding of J.B Priestley's classic play 'An Inspector Calls.' The lessons enable students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the key features of plot, character, context, and language, in addition to considering the key messages being offered by Priestley. All of the resources that you need are included in the bundle: informative and engaging whole lesson PowerPoints, worksheets, activities, and lesson plans. The bundle is made up of a wide-range of interesting and exciting lessons, including: - The Context of the Play; - Arthur Birling; - Priestley's Dramatic Devices; - Sheila and Gerald; - Sybil and Eric Birling Double Lesson; - Inspector Goole (Priestley's message) - The An Inspector Calls Pointless Game. Stimulating, visual, and easily adaptable, these lessons provide suggested learning objectives and outcomes for students of a wide-range of abilities - The vast majority of tasks are differentiated to allow for different abilities and needs in your classroom. Each lesson loosely follows this logical learning journey to ensure that students learn in bite-size steps: - Engaging - Defining/ Understanding - Identifying/Remembering - Analysing/ Creating - Peer or self evaluating. All of the lessons are interactive, employ a variety of different teaching and learning methods and styles, and are visually-engaging. Individually, these resources would amount to £14, meaning that you are saving 64%! These resources can also be bought individually for £2 each

By TandLGuru

An Inspector Calls: The Context of the PlayQuick View

An Inspector Calls: The Context of the Play

These interesting and engaging resources enable students to build their understanding of the context of J.B. Priestley’s play ‘An Inspector Calls.’ In particular, students learn how to make clear and appropriate links between the social and historical context and the play itself. This gives students a really stable knowledge-base from which to make inferences and interpretations about other parts of the play. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Recall the main events that occurred between 1912 and 1945, through an interactive group activity; - Remember some key information about J.B Priestley and his beliefs; - Read and understand the opening of the play; - Make links between the opening of the play and the historical context - both in term of when the play was set, and when it was written; - Analyse how Priestley links historical context to his characters, in order to get his messages across to the audience; -Peer/self-assess learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - A clear and interesting worksheet for the development task; - The opening of the text for students to read and interpret; - Context information cards for the card-sorting game; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.

By TandLGuru

An Inspector Calls: Arthur BirlingQuick View

An Inspector Calls: Arthur Birling

This interesting and engaging lesson enables students to build their understanding Arthur Birling, one of the chief protagonists in J.B. Priestley’s ‘An Inspector Calls.’ In particular, students learn about his characteristics, his attitudes and opinions towards the world around him and other people, and also his relevance to Priestley’s social and historical context. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Recall and understand the key features of Birling's character profile; - Link Birling to the social and historical context of the play; - Understand how Birling's character is significant in terms of Priestley's key message; - Read and understand the section of the play in which Birling is interviewed by the inspector; - Analyse key quotations by and about Birling in the text; - Read and understand the opening of the play; - Create a diary-entry piece in which they consider Birling's morals and sense of responsibility for the death of Eva Smith; -Peer/self-assess learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - Images of Birling to be annotated for the starter task; - A clear and interesting worksheet for the introductory task; - An extract from Act 1 of the play for students to read and interpret; - P.E.E template for students to complete their character analysis; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.

By TandLGuru

An Inspector Calls: Gerald and SheilaQuick View

An Inspector Calls: Gerald and Sheila

This interesting and engaging lesson enables students to build their understanding of the relationship between Gerald and Sheila, two of the main characters in ‘An Inspector Calls.’ In particular, students learn about about how both characters contribute to the downfall of Eva Smith, and how their relationship is affected as details of their actions emerge. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Recall and understand the key features of Gerald and Sheila's character profiles; - Link Gerald and Sheila to the historical context of the play; - Read and understand the section of the play in which Gerald is interviewed by the inspector; - Analyse the effect of Gerald's revelations on the relationship of Gerald and Sheila; - Create a diary-entry piece in which they consider Gerald's character and relationships with both Sheila and Daisy Renton; -Peer/self-assess learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - A clear and interesting worksheet for the development task (with answer sheet); - An extract from Act 2 of the play for students to read and interpret; - Guidance for completing diary entries; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.

By TandLGuru

An Inspector Calls Exam RevisionQuick View

An Inspector Calls Exam Revision

A lesson that focuses on the steps to success in writing an exam response to the new specification GCSE Literature exam question. Includes differentiated activities, an assessment point and success criteria.

By ncaughey

An Inspector Calls Essay PlansQuick View

An Inspector Calls Essay Plans

This useful resource gives points, quotes, and perceptive contextual analysis for a range of character and theme-based essay questions. It is arranged in an easy-to-read table with brief notation, summarising the main points for each question. This resource includes plans for all the characters (including the Inspector and Eva Smith) and a range of the most prominent themes (to include social class, gender, responsibility, and the generational conflict).

By markfleck11

An Inspector Calls Revision BookletQuick View

An Inspector Calls Revision Booklet

This is a 32 page revision booklet which contains information on context, spider diagrams for each character, key quotes, activities on themes and practice questions.

By JodieMills

An Inspector Calls: Priestley's Dramatic DevicesQuick View

An Inspector Calls: Priestley's Dramatic Devices

This interesting and engaging lesson enables students to build their understanding of the dramatic devices employed by J.B. Priestley throughout the play ‘An Inspector Calls.’ In particular, students learn how to make sustained, clear interpretations about the impact of the dramatic devices upon tone, plot, and meaning. They also contemplate how Priestley utilises dramatic devices to communicate his underlying messages about responsibility and social duty to his audience. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Define and understand key dramatic devices; - Identify and discuss the dramatic devices that Priestley uses towards the end of Act One.; - Read and interpret the end section of Act One in the play; - Analyse how Priestley's use of dramatic devices is used effectively for impact; -Peer/self-assess learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging, comprehensive whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - The end of Act 1 extract of the text for students to read and interpret (with a pre-highlighted example for the identification task); - Dramatic Devices information cards for the card-sorting game; - A scaffolded template for the main analytical task, with a further completed model example. - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.

By TandLGuru

An Inspector CallsQuick View

An Inspector Calls

A fully differentiated revision guide for KS4 students to prepare for Section A of the new specification AQA Literature Paper 2, which includes differentiated activities and resources to support students as they revise for J B Priestley's An Inspector Calls. Find more free and inexpensive resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Lead_Practitioner

By Lead_Practitioner

New AQA Spec- An Inspector CallsQuick View

New AQA Spec- An Inspector Calls

A selection of 21 lessons based on teaching An Inspector Calls for the New Specification AQA Literature GCSE. The lessons focus heavily on language and structure analysis, because the contextual lessons I used were from another TES member. The lessons are aimed at grades 4-6 and focus on teaching the new specification. There is no written scheme of work, because these lessons have been adapted from this SOW. Please note: the page numbers may not match all copies of the text.

By laurapickup

An Inspector Calls QuizQuick View

An Inspector Calls Quiz

A huge Inspector Calls quiz with 60 questions and answers from the play. A very simple and fun way to revise. Questions are broken into three acts for simpler delivery.

By LessonChest

An Inspector Calls: Sybil and Eric Birling - Double Lesson!Quick View

An Inspector Calls: Sybil and Eric Birling - Double Lesson!

This interesting and engaging double lesson enables students to build their understanding of Sybil and Eric Birling, two of the main characters in ‘An Inspector Calls.’ In particular, students learn about how both characters contribute to the downfall of Eva Smith, and note the variation in their sense of responsibility. This is linked to Priestley’s overall message regarding community and responsibility in Edwardian Britain. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Recall and understand the key features of Sybil and Eric's character profiles; - Link Sybil and Eric to the historical context of the play; - Read and understand the sections of the play in which Sybil and Eric are interviewed by the inspector; - Analyse each of the characters in response to key questions; - Compare the two characters, in terms of: their attitudes to the working classes; their attitudes towards the inspector, and their sense of responsibility for Eva Smith's death; -Peer/self-assess learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - A clear and interesting worksheet on interpreting Mrs. Birling's character (with answer sheet); - Extracts from Act 2 and Act 3 of the play for students to read and interpret; - A scaffolded template for students to complete the comparison task; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.

By TandLGuru

Beat the Inspector: Revising An Inspector CallsQuick View

Beat the Inspector: Revising An Inspector Calls

A powerpoint quiz to revise ‘An Inspector Calls’ by JB Priestly - each Act has a series of questions from simple recall to more analytical ones. The teacher can decide whether an answer is right or not to allow for differentiation - click a smiley to move on to the next question or skull and crossbones to view a comment from the Inspector from the relevant act, you then return to the question.

By Phoenixchick