21. 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?
4Timeline TaskCreate a timeline of events from Act One
5Act 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?
7Homework – 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.
8DCIdentify 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
9Early 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