2 1. Who is who in this scene from Act 1. Label the 1. Who is who in this scene from Act 1? Label the characters and describe them each in 3 words. 2. Find the quotation from this moment in the play and write it down. 3. What moods are created for an audience in this scene?
4 Timeline TaskCreate a timeline of events from Act One
5 Act Two: Questions to consider when reading – 27-40 Inspector GooleWhat is mysterious about the Inspector?How does the Inspector continue to be powerful?SheilaHow does Sheila’s character feel in this scene?To what extent does Priestley present Sheila as a positive role model or a source of hope?GeraldWhat is Gerald’s relationship with Eva Smith?How do the audience feel about Gerald?
7 Homework – Monday 28th January Complete the sheet to your target grade. If you think you can move past this grade with this task then do so.
8 DCIdentify three important quotations which show the power of Inspector Goole.Explain how at least one of these quotations showsthat Inspector Goole is powerful in Act One.BA*Analyse the language Priestley uses to create this power in Inspector Goole’s character in Act One?Evaluate the role of Inspector Goole in Act One.To reach an A you will need to consider thedifferent audiences in their contexts. To reachan A* you may need to be original.8
9 Early in the scene Sheila says to her mother... You mustn't try to build up a kind of wall between us and that girl. If you do, then the Inspector will just break it down. And it will be worse when he does. Write a lot about a little