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Friday, 13 November 2015
AIC: Finishing the Play
Learning Objectives
• To reflect on my full past paper practice.
• To understand I.G’s final message and how he presents it.
• To understand and offer opinions on the end of the play.
Key Words: Responsibility
DO IT NOW
Re-read your essay from Wed. Look at:
• EVERY SINGLE TICK
• Every comment/question.
• The WWW at the end.
• The grade
I know your targets
are letters ( (o), (k)
etc) – you will get a
copy of them in a
minute!!
Targets – WRITE them out!!!
(a)
(b)
Part B must be of the same quality as Part (a)
You need to find different points to say – you come back to the same ideas (eg flirtatious)
too often/repeat the same words.
(c) You need to make stronger, more frequent links to context .
(d) Try to deepen analysis so you’re always offering 2+ ideas, try zooming in to individual
words
(e) Quotes in Part (b) would improve
(f) Be careful about seeming to support racist/sexist view. Also, warning: Steinbeck’s views
are not the same as his characters. Avoid over-simplifying.
(g) S.P.G and clarity of your expression needs work. Are you writing in full, clear sentences?
(h) Don’t be too wild (speculative) in your ideas. Keep ideas based on evidence from the story.
(i)
Divide work into 6 clear PEAs – each analysing a quote or detail from the txt – no less will
do.
(j)
mention techniques more
(k) Make sure your analysis is linked to the quote you’ve just given.
(l) You are mentioning context but not combining it with your answer. Don’t just give facts
about 1930s America, use facts to support/develop an idea you’re giving.
(m) Build your speed! So you achieve 6+6 paragraphs.
(n) You must revise and prepare for your assessments. You must be able to quickly,
confidently identify quotes to use and analyse.
(o) Don’t cut quotes too short, they still need to make sense to an examiner/ be careful how
to cut quotes so they still retain their original meaning.
Reading: Turn to page 50 56
Parts
S.Ds
Inspector Goole
Birling
Eric
Sheila
Mrs Birling
Gerald
Focus whilst reading:
• Be critical – think
continually: “Do I
agree with this?”
Remind me:
What are techniques
you can use to
persuade/convince
someone?
To understand I.G’s final message and how he presents it.
SPLAT
COMMAND
REPETITION
TRIPLE
LIST
EMOTIVE
AUDIENCE
INVOLVEMENT LANGUAGE
To understand I.G’s final message and how he presents it.
Annotation Task
You have a copy of Inspector Goole’s final
speech.
Annotate it with the persuasive techniques
he has used.
To understand I.G’s final message and how he presents it.
Inspector Goole’s Final Speech
(pg 56)
But just remember this. One Eva
Smith has gone – but there are
millions and millions and millions of
Eva Smiths and John Smiths still left
with us, with their lives, their hopes
and fears, their suffering and
chance of happiness, all intertwined
with our lives, and what we think
and say and do. We don't live alone.
We are members of one body. We
are responsible for each other. And
I tell you that the time will soon
come when, if men will not learn
that lesson, then they well be
taught it in fire and bloody and
anguish. Good night.
To understand I.G’s final message and how he presents it.
Inspector Goole’s Final Speech
(pg 56)
But just remember this. One Eva
Smith has gone – but there are
millions and millions and millions of
Eva Smiths and John Smiths still left
with us, with their lives, their hopes
and fears, their suffering and
chance of happiness, all intertwined
with our lives, and what we think
and say and do. We don't live alone.
We are members of one body. We
are responsible for each other. And
I tell you that the time will soon
come when, if men will not learn
that lesson, then they well be
taught it in fire and bloody and
anguish. Good night.
To understand I.G’s final message and how he presents it.
Mini-Plenary
COMMAND
REPETITION
TRIPLE
LIST
EMOTIVE
AUDIENCE
INVOLVEMENT LANGUAGE
To understand I.G’s final message and how he presents it.
Reading: To the end of the
Play
Parts
S.Ds
Birling
Eric
Sheila
Mrs Birling
Gerald
Focus whilst reading:
• Be critical – think
continually: “Do I
agree with this?”
• Why has Pristley
chosen to end his
play like this?
To understand and offer opinions on the end of the play.
Expressing your Views
Strongly Agree
10
To understand and offer opinions on the end of the play.
Strongly
Disagree 0
Mini-Plenary: Reflection
Go back to your sheet that looked like this:
Have any of your views
changed?
Add on a few notes
which may explain this.
To understand and offer opinions on the end of the play.
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