Twelfth Night - Scene by Scene Teaching Pack (Y12/AS level)
Designed for a Cambridge AS Study of Twelfth Night, each lesson contains puzzle-starter handouts (crosswords, word searches, cryptograms etc. - useful as bell activities!) and then follows a clear format intended to help students to:
- get a basic comprehension of the scene
- understand relevant contextual detail
- revise key quotations/language techniques from that scene
- consider specific ideas from the scene in more depth
- analyse Shakespeare's themes and purposes as apparent in that scene. Some lessons include practise paragraphs to prepare students for extended essay writing, and there are example exam questions included as well.
We watched the Trevor Nunn version first to understand plot and character, and then used the Globe production to accompany each scene, but access to these film versions isn't necessary to teach using the material provided here.
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  • 1---Pre-reading-Activities.docx
  • 2---Character-Match.docx
  • 2---Characters.pptx
  • 3---A1S1.docx
  • 3---A1S1.pptx
  • 4---A1S2.pptx
  • 5---A1S3.pptx
  • 5---Ploce-Cryptogram.docx
  • 6---A1S4-Wordsearch.docx
  • 6---A1S4.pptx
  • 7---A1S5.pptx
  • 7---Olivia-Wordscramble.docx
  • 8---A2S1-2.pptx
  • 9---A2S3.pptx
  • 10---A2S4.pptx
  • 10---Viola-Confession-Cryptogram.docx
  • 11---A2S5.pptx
  • 11---Malvolio-Wordscramble.docx
  • 12---A3S1-Hidden-Message.docx
  • 12---A3S1.pptx
  • 13---A3S2-3.pptx
  • 14---A3S4a.pptx
  • 14---Malvolio-Subtext.pdf
  • 14---Techniques-Wordscramble.docx
  • 15---A3S4b.pptx
  • 15---Sir-Andrew-Wordscamble.docx
  • 16---A4S1-Crossword.docx
  • 16---A4S1.pptx
  • 17---A4S2-Cryptogram.docx
  • 17---A4S2.pptx
  • 18---A4S3.pptx
  • 18---Cesario-Wordscramble.docx
  • 19---A5S1a.pptx
  • 19---CAT2-Practice.docx
  • 20---A5S1-Crossword.docx
  • 20---A5S1b.pptx

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Created: Jul 2, 2017

Updated: Jan 31, 2018


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