I created this for a year 7 class. It’s intended be taught after we’ve met Puck and the Fairy who’ve had their conversation ending, “But room, Fairy, here comes Oberon…And here my mistress. Would that he were gone!” The lesson recaps that and asks the pupils to consider what they can infer from Puck and the Fairy’s lines. The focus then moves to Oberon and Titania. Images are used to ask the children to consider their visual characterisation. The lesson then uses a short excerpt from Leon Garfield’s prose recount of the story and asks the children to look at their characterisation in the same way as they did for the images (effectively, the images are used to scaffold the reading of the Garfield extract). Having formed an impression of Oberon and Titania, there is then some questioning designed to prompt and test understanding. Finally, the children are asked to explore the dialogue between the King and Queen of the fairies where they accuse each other of adultery. Children are asked to decide which character is the WORST and to provide evidence to support that viewpoint. The powerpoint does not specify whether this response should be verbal or written as there are opportunities here for differentiation.