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An InspectorEnglish LiteraturePaper 2 Section A Modern Texts Learning Objective.
To know what this section of the examis all about and understand the AOs To read and engage with the play itself English Literature Paper 2 Section A Modern Texts .
You will have 45 minutes to answer one question from a choice This section of the exam is worth about 20 of your final GCSEThis is thesame criteriaassessment .
As we read watch An Inspector Calls try to keep these questions inWhat kind ofperson is theInspector Which charactersare powerful .
What would Which are weak this look likeWhat is the writertrying to say Pick a Part Act 1.
Stage directions Mr Birling Mrs Birling The Inspector Pick a Part Act 2.
Stage directions Mr Birling Mrs Birling The Inspector Pick a Part Act 3.
Stage directions Mr Birling Mrs Birling The Inspector Learning Objective.
To understand the contextof the play An Inspector Develop and sustain interpretations of writers ideas and perspectivesWho was J B Priestley To understand how Priestley.
used his characters to expressideas and attitudes aboutsociety we need to knowsomething about the writerhimself and the society he.
You will all be given a paper domino on which is a question and an answer to another question You task is to find a the question that you can answer and b the answer to your question The first question is When was John Boynton Priestley born Whomever hasthe answer to this question should come and stand next to me That person will.
then read out his her question and so on Develop and sustain interpretations of writers ideas and perspectivesWho was J B Priestley To understand how Priestleyused his characters to express.
ideas and attitudes aboutsociety we need to knowsomething about the writerhimself and the society heYou have been given a copy of the answers to the dominoes.
task Stick this in your book and highlight any details whichyou can link to the ideas and attitudes in An InspectorCalls Which details of Priestley s life might haveinfluenced this play Develop and sustain interpretations of writers ideas and perspectives.
You have been given a pack of information about the time and societythat Priestley lived in As a group you should divide the sources andcollect information to help you answer the questions on your Ideasand Perspectives sheet Make sure that everyone takes their fair shareand that all sources are read and explained to the rest of the group .
Develop and sustain interpretations of writers ideas and perspectives Share your informationwith the rest of your You will then use thisinformation to produce a.
poster or mood board for Reduce the informationto key points and usethese to write detailednotes for your own.
revision later Develop and sustain interpretations of writers ideas and perspectives Life in 1912 Life in 1945 The differences.
between 1912 and 1945 The class divide The welfare state Key events linked to orreferenced in the play.
Priestley s ideas and Learning ObjectiveTo analyse how Priestley usesthe set and setting of the playto present the characters .
ideas and message Learning Objective to analyse how Priestley uses the set and setting of the play to present thecharacters ideas and message Priestley s FirstImpressions .
Learning Objective to analyse how Priestley uses the set and setting of the play to present thecharacters ideas and message The dining room of a fairly large suburban house belonging to aprosperous manufacturer It has good solid furniture of theperiod The general effect is substantial and heavily comfortable .
but not cosy and homelike The lighting should be pink and intimate until the INSPECTORarrives and then it should be brighter and harder The kitchen of a fairly small urban house belonging to a factoryworker It has cheap mismatched furniture The general effect is.
simple and modest but homely The lighting should be dim and soft A room in a poky one bed roomed flat belonging to a factoryworker It has some furniture one chair at a table onearmchair The general effect is lonely and uncared for Thelighting should be dull .
Select 5 key words from each stage direction Learning Objective to analyse how Priestley uses the set and setting of the play to present thecharacters ideas and message What do his stage directions tellus about the characters ideas.
and messages of the play Let sfind out Formal Adverb To Wealthy occasion an extent extravaganThe dining room of a fairly large.
suburban house house home Close to town For your quotationstatus frominvolved in the stage direction dig .
Explore how Priestley isindustry but creating the audience sluxury of space impression of the Birling su bu rb an The lightifa irl y la rg e ng shoul.
The dining room of a er ou s t h e inspec d be pinin g to a pr o sp to r a timate uhouse belon g br rrives a ntilrn itu re o f the ig hte r a n n d the nod so lid fu d harder it should.
manufacturer It has go l an d beffect is su bst a n tiaperiod The general em fo rtab le b u t n ot cosy andheavily co.
homelike Arthur Birling is aheavy looking ratherportentous man in his middle fifties with fairlyeasy manners but ra.
ther provincial in hisSheila is apretty girl inpleased wit her early twh life and r enties very.
ather exciteu t t h irty rathere chap ab oa ttr ac ti v uch theGerald dandy bu t v e r y m.
too manly ab ou t town ed m a n easy well brThey have allhad a good.
celebrating a spe dinner arecial occasion andwith themselves are pleased Learning Objective to analyse how Priestley uses the set and setting of the play to present thecharacters ideas and message .
Now consider the National Theatreproduction Learning Objective to analyse how Priestley uses the set and setting of the play to present thecharacters ideas and message Learning Objective.
How does Priestleypresent the Birlings in theopening of the play How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play Look again at your notes on the opening stage directions .
particularly at your ideas about the Birlings How do you think Priestley wants the audience to feelabout the Birlings at the opening of the play How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play Let s take a.
closer look at How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play Sheila gaily possessively I should jolly well think not Gerald I d hate you to know all about port like one of these purple faced old men .
Arthur Birling here I m not a purple faced old man Sheila no not yet But then you don t know all about port doBirling noticing that his wife has not taken any N ow then Sybil you must a take a little tonight Special occasion y know Sheila Yes go on mummy You must drink our health .
How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play Sheila with mocking aggressiveness Go on Gerald just you object Gerald smiling Wouldn t dream of it In fact I insist upon being one of thefamily now I ve been trying long enough haven t I as she does not reply with more insistence Haven t I You know I have .
Mrs Birling smiling Of course she does Sheila half serious half playful Yes except for all last summer when younever came near me and I wondered what had happened to you Gerald And I ve told you I was awfully busy at the works all that time Sheila same tone as before Yes that s what you say .
Mrs Birling Now Sheila don t tease him When you re married you llrealize that men with important work to do sometimes have to spendnearly all their time and energy on their business You ll have to get used tothat just as I had Sheila I don t believe I will half playful half serious to Gerald So you be.
How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play Sheila severely Now what s the joke Eric I don t know really Suddenly I felt I just had to laugh Sheila You re squiffy Eric I m not .
Mrs Birling What an expression Sheila Really the things you girlspick up these days Eric If you think that s the best she can do Sheila Don t be an ass Eric How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play .
Eric rather noisily All the best She s got a nasty temper sometimes but she snot bad really Good old Sheila Sheila Chump I can t drink to this can I When do I drink Gerald You can drink to me Sheila quite and serious now All right then I drink to you Gerald .
for a moment they look at each other Gerald quietly Thank you And I drink to you and hope I can make you ashappy as you deserve to be Shelia trying to be light and easy You be careful or I ll start weeping How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play .
Gerald smiling Well perhaps this will help to stop it he produces a ring case Sheila excited Oh Gerald you ve got it is it the one you wanted me to have Gerald giving the case to her Yes the very one Sheila taking out the ring Oh it s wonderful Look mummy isn t it a beauty Oh darling .
she kisses Gerald hastily Eric steady the buffs Sheila who has put the ring on admiringly I think it s perfect Now I really feelMrs Birling So you ought darling It s a lovely ring Be careful with it Sheila careful I ll never let it go out of my sight for an instant .
How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play Mrs Birling smiling Well it came just at the right moment Thatwas clever of you Gerald Now Arthur if you ve no more to say Ithink Sheila and I had better go into the drawing room and leave youBirling rather heavily I just want to say this noticing that Sheila is.
still admiring her ring are you listening Sheila This concerns youtoo And after all I don t often make speeches at you Sheila I m sorry daddy Actually I was listening How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play What are your first.
impressions of Sheila Create a spider diagram torecord your ideas Include quotations from theConsider what she says and.
what others say about her e g Eric says She s got anasty temper This mightimply that she is rather spoilt How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play .
Let s put Sheila in the hotWrite down four questionsthat you would like to askSheila Try to make them openand challenging .
N B Your questions andanswers must be true to the How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play How does Priestley present Sheila in theopening of the play Preparation questions .
1 How does Priestley use language to show the audience that Sheila is wealthy attractive and intelligent 2 Write down three quotations that suggest Sheila s life might be ratherrestricted 3 Write a short paragraph summing up what Eric thinks of his sister Include.
quotations from the text to support your interpretation 4 Priestley writes the stage direction For a moment they look at each other What do you think this detail means 5 Write three bullet points to explain what the dramatic device of the ring tellsus about the relationship between Gerald and Sheila .
6 What do you think Sheila s reaction to the ring suggests about the kind ofyoung woman she is 7 Sheila describes the ring as perfect What does the language Sheila uses tellus about her character at this point in the play 8 Write a short paragraph about Sheila s relationship with her father Support.
your opinions with evidence from the text How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play How does Priestley present Sheila in theopening of the play Using your ideas and work so far you are going to write.
up an answer to the above question I will mark this and give you an EBI target to help you withyour main assessment question How does Priestleypresent Mr Birling Mrs Birling Eric in the opening of How does Priestley present the Birlings in the opening of the play .
A basic answer shows that you are familiar with what the characters say and do e g Mr Birling thinks he is very important He keeps telling the others that he is a hard headedbusinessman and has been on the bench and a mayor A good answer shows that you can use quotations to explain why they are interesting e g Mr Birling is shown to be someone who likes people to know that he is successful and has.
“Edna, for me, is a bridge between the two time zones that we’re using on stage. She’s usually played as a young maid and I felt it was more powerful to have a. much older woman, someone who has been with the family a long time so you. got a sense of the past, of her seeing from 1912 the potential of the future.” Exam-style question:

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