A powerpoint of devices used for dramatic effectiveness by Arthur Miller in his modern tragedy.
Aimed at KS4 students studying ‘Frankenstein’ for the 19th Century novel section of AQA GCSE Literature Paper 1. Includes a focus on the epistolary form in the opening to the novel and encourages students to consider why Shelley may have chosen this particular narrative technique. .
A powerpoint lesson recapping on the key features and devices of the gothic genre and then successfully applying some of these to our own writing?
KS5 AQA Spec B Literature Aspects of Tragedy. 8 Key quotes from across the play with a creative idea to create a quote poem to aid memorisation!
Powerpoint for an introductory lesson exploring genres, plot types and typical feaures of short stories. (This leads onto a focus on Gothic genre and specific conventions (Lesson 2) and using conventions to produce creative writing (Lesson 3). These are separate lessons also available on TES.)
Model paragraphs in response to 2 exam style questions using colour coding linked to assessment objectives. Second model can be used to apply the colour-coding approach. Also useful as a structuring / scaffolding tool to support analytical writing.
Suggestions for groupings of ‘Songs’ based on themes of Political and Social Protest writing to encourage confident selection of relevant poems, formulation of argument and discussion.