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English - Year 10

Lesson

Topic

1

Macbeth - Historical Context

 

2

Macbeth - Tragic Hero

Macbeth - Witches

Macbeth - The Witches

3

Macbeth - How is Macbeth presented at the beginning of the play?

Descriptive Writing - Responding to a setting stimulus

Descriptive Writing - Responding to an image stimulus

4

Macbeth - How does Shakespeare present the witches?

Macbeth - Witches - Part 2

 

5

Macbeth - Descriptive writing

Macbeth - The Tragic Hero (Part 1)

6

Macbeth - The Tragic Hero (Part 2)

7

Macbeth at the start of the play

Macbeth meets the witches

8

Macbeth considers Banquo

Macbeth at the end of the play

9

Macbeth - the ending of the play

Macduff and Malcolm

10

Guilt and Lady Macbeth

11

An Inspector Calls - Context 

An Inspector Calls - Priestley 

12

Reading the play 

Listen to the audiobook of An Inspector Calls  

13

An Inspector Calls - Staging the play 

An Inspector Calls - Introduction to character relationships 

14

An Inspector Calls - Mr Birling

An Inspector Calls - Introduction to the Inspector 

15

An Inspector Calls - The interrogation of Mr Birling 

An Inspector Calls - The interrogation of Sheila 

An Inspector Calls - Sheila reflects and changes 

16

An Inspector Calls - Mrs Birling and her children 

An Inspector Calls - Gerald's interrogation 

17

An Inspector Calls - Mrs Birling's interrogation 

An Inspector Calls - Mrs Birling blames the father  

18

An Inspector Calls - Eric's interrogation  

An Inspector Calls - The inspector's final speech 

19

An Inspector Calls - Family

An Inspector Calls - The generational divide 

20

An Inspector Calls - The inspector's identity 

An Inspector Calls - Hope for change 

21

An Inspector Calls - Collective social responsibility

An Inspector Calls - Responsibility Part 1

An Inspector Calls - Responsibility Part 2

22

An Inspector Calls

Class, Capitalism and Socialism: 1912-1946

Priestley's background

23

An Inspector Calls - Audio Book - Reading the play

24

Staging the Play: Set design and stage directions

Character Introductions

25

Mr Birling's perspective

Introduction of the Inspector

26

Mr Birling's interrogation

Sheila's interrogation

Sheila reflects and changes

27

Mrs Birling and her children

Mrs Birling's interrogation

Mrs Birling blames the father

28

Gerald's interrogation 

Eric's interrogation

29

An Inspector Calls - Revision

The Inspector (Part 1) 

The Inspector (Part 2)

30

Sheila and Eric (Part 1)

Sheila and Eric (Part 2)

31

 The Generational Divide (Part 1)

The Generational Divide (Part 2)

32

Challenging Class and Gender (Part 1)

Challenging Class and Gender (Part 2)

 

 

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Mr Chambers

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Mrs Davison

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Mrs Graham

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Miss Hunter-Robinson

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Mrs Huntley

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