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Othello - Act 5.1
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Othello - Act 5.1

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LO1 To consider the dramatic significance of Act 5 scene 1 and to reflect on Roderigo’s role in the play (AO2) LO2 To reflect on the dramatic role and thematic significance of Bianca in the play (AO1 and AO2) LO3 To explore whether Shakespeare portrays Desdemona and Emilia as passive victims or being active in determining their own fate (AO2 and AO5) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Frankenstein - Chapters 22 and 23
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Frankenstein - Chapters 22 and 23

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A complete lesson on Chapters 22 and 23 from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein ( 1831 ed.). The lesson explores the events of Chapters 22 and 23, with a paticular focus on the death of Elizabeth and Victor’s reaction to it; close text analysis of key evidence from both chapters. **EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature 2015+. Paper 2: ‘Science and Society’. **
Othello - Setting
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Othello - Setting

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LO1 to compare and contrast the two main settings of Othello (AO1 and AO2) LO2 to consider the reasons Shakespeare may have chosen to set the play in Venice and Cyprus and how he uses those settings to explore key themes in the novel (AO2 and AO3) LO3 To write a paragraph which considers Shakeseare’s use of setting (AO1, AO2, AO3 and AO5) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Othello - Act 4.1
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Othello - Act 4.1

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LO1 To develop our ability to respond to alternative readings of the opening to Act 4 (AO5) LO2 To explore how Iago stages ‘ocular proof’ of Desdemona’s unfaithfulness in Act 4 scene 1 (AO2) LO3 To introduce the significance of Shakespeare’s use of verse and prose (AO2) and analyse how Shakespeare uses this to suggest Othello’s collapsing state of mind (AO1 and AO2) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Frankenstein - Chapters 13, 14 and 15
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Frankenstein - Chapters 13, 14 and 15

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A full lesson, suitable for flipped learning, on Chapters 13-15 of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (ed. 1831). This lesson guides students to analyse the characterisation and narrative purpose of the DeLacey family, evaluate Safie’s embedded narrative and research the significance of the books the Creature reads in Chapter 15, along with concept checking qeestions for the three chapters. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 2: Prose Comparision, 'Science and Society
Copus, 'An Easy Passage'
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Copus, 'An Easy Passage'

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A full lesson on ‘An Easy Passage’ by Julia Copus. Resource updated July 2020, responding to feedback in comments. Poems of Decade, Forward Poetry (2011) Edexcel AS/A English Literature, 2015+
Othello - Jealousy
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Othello - Jealousy

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LO1 to mind-map our ideas about jealousy (AO1) LO2 to try to come up with around 3 statements of what Shakespeare seems to be saying about or through jealousy in Othello and to organise our ideas into a coherent essay plan (AO1) LO3 to make sure we have considered elements we can include that respond to AO2 (analyse how meaning is shaped), AO3 (contextual factors) and AO5 (other critical readings) (AO2, AO3, and AO5) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Othello - Act 1.3
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Othello - Act 1.3

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This fully scaffolded lesson encourages learners to reflect on and respond to alternative readings of the play’s opening, consider the significance of the political backdrop to Act 1 scene 3 and to explore how Shakespeare creates initial impressions of Desdemona’s character. Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. ** AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare**
Othello - Act 3.4
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Othello - Act 3.4

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LO1 To explore the symbolic and dramatic significance of Desdemona’s handkerchief in Act 3 scene 4 (AO2) LO2 To consider how Shakespeare uses the concept of the four humours in Act 3 scene 4 (AO2 and AO3) LO3 To analyse the role of Bianca in Act 3 scene 4 (AO2) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Frankenstein - Chapters 4 and 5
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Frankenstein - Chapters 4 and 5

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A complete lesson on Chapters 4 and 5 from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein ( 1831 ed.). The lesson explores and analyses Victor’s obsession and the dangers of knowledge as well as the birth scene. Allusion to Dante’s inferno explored, as well as critical reception of the birth scene from Anne K. Mellor and Marilyn Butler. **EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature 2015+. Paper 2: ‘Science and Society’. **
Frankenstein - Chapters 6 and 7
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Frankenstein - Chapters 6 and 7

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A full lesson exploring Chapters 6 and 7 of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, (ed.1831). This session introduces the Sublime, with reference to Edmund Burke and William Wordsworth, as well as concept checking questions for the end of Chapter 5, Chapter 6 and Chapter 7. **EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature 2015+. Paper 2: ‘Science and Society’. **
Othello - Act 2, Scenes 2 and 3
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Othello - Act 2, Scenes 2 and 3

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LO1 To explore the connotations of different settings used within Othello and the impact on the characters of this setting shift (AO1/AO2/AO3) LO2 To summarise Shakespeare’s presentation of characters and structure of the plot in this scene (AO1/AO2/AO3) LO3 To consider, plan and write a paragraph in response to an exam question, considering staging and proxemics. (AO1/AO2/AO3) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Othello - Act 3, Scenes 1 and 2
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Othello - Act 3, Scenes 1 and 2

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LO1 To recap the first section of Act 3 (AO1/AO2) LO2 To consider the dramatic and contextual significance of the Clown’s role in Act 3 scene 1 (AO1/AO2/AO3) LO3 To explore and respond to alternative interpretations of Emilia’s role in the play so far (AO5) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Othello - Act 4.3
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Othello - Act 4.3

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LO1 To explore Desdemona and Emilia’s contrasting attitudes towards men and marriage in Act 4 scene 3 (AO2) LO2 To consider how Shakespeare creates a sense of foreboding in Act 4 scene 3 (AO2 and AO5) LO3 To analyse the significance of the willow song and song generally in the play (AO2) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Frankenstein - Letters 1-4
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Frankenstein - Letters 1-4

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A complete lesson on ‘Letters 1-4’ from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein ( 1831 ed.). The lesson explores and analyses the characterisation of Walton, Margret Saville, and Victor Frankenstein, along with focused questions on Letters 1-4. Finally, there is an essay practice activity with a scaffold: ‘Why might Shelley have wanted to use Walton’s letters Ishiguro have wanted to also use the epistolary form in Never Let Me Go?’ **EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature 2015+. Paper 2: ‘Science and Society’. **
Peer Review HO
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Peer Review HO

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A handout to guide learners through an effective peer review, in line with Edexcel’s A Level English Literature 2015+.