This can be used to get students thinking more carefully about physical descriptions of characters. I used this as a way to introduce what a professionally written character sounded like to them first and then I got them to look for words and phrases that were used to describe the characters faces.
Key vocabulary to help students analyse four key characters in An Inspector Calls (Mr and Mrs Birling, Sheila Birling and Gerald Croft).
Good for first learning about the characters and then later for revision.
To be used as revision.
Task: Read through the notes about Marley several times and then test yourself by creating a mind map/bullet point list about Marley’s character.
You are given several quotes that are linked to Marley. Can you find anymore from stave one which would be useful to revise for your exam?
To be used when studying the plot of A Christmas Carol for the new AQA Lit Spec. Use alongside the 1984 George C Scott film version. Students can fill in the boxes with plot point and then to push their thinking they can add quotes from the book for each stave.
I used this as a guide to help students analyse poems we have studied. Some times, depending on the class, I will walk them through the sheet together or if they are confident enough they will complete it themselves. The sheets have more or less support on depending on ability - tough, tougher, toughest.
Use this worksheet to help students understand courtly love and apply it to Romeo and Juliet. Reading through the conversation between Benvolio and Romeo in act 1scene 1 helps students see how courtly love can be applied to Romeo's character.
Use to revise The Ghost of Christmas Present.
Read through the notes above several times and then test yourself by creating a mind map/bullet point list about the ghost of Christmas Present’s character.
You have several quotes that are linked to TGOCP. Can you find anymore from stave three which would be useful to revise for your exam?