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GCSE English Literature, Modern Texts, "An Inspector Calls", the role of Sheila

GCSE English Literature, Modern Texts, "An Inspector Calls", the role of Sheila
GCSE English Literature, Modern Texts, "An Inspector Calls", the role of Sheila
GCSE English Literature, Modern Texts, "An Inspector Calls", the role of Sheila
GCSE English Literature, Modern Texts, "An Inspector Calls", the role of Sheila
GCSE English Literature, Modern Texts, "An Inspector Calls", the role of Sheila
GCSE English Literature, Modern Texts, "An Inspector Calls", the role of Sheila
GCSE English Literature, Modern Texts, "An Inspector Calls", the role of Sheila
GCSE English Literature, Modern Texts, "An Inspector Calls", the role of Sheila
Product Description
Created for a year 10 class, all of whom have target grades of a 5, this powerpoint takes them through the role of Sheila in "An Inspector Calls". The teaching makes it very clear that Sheila, like all of Priestley's characters, is used as a vehicle for Priestley's ideas and his message in the play. There are hinge questions to which students are asked to respond 'A', 'B' or 'C'. In my classroom, students make the shape of the letter with their arms though mini whiteboards could also be used here. Students are encouraged to write a response to the role of Sheila using the PEE format. A model is constructed as part of the teaching; once they have their model then students are asked to explore two further pieces of evidence, explaining for each one what Priestley is communicating.
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16 pages
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