Presentation on theme: "Tuesday 10 th January NOTICE: There will be no English lessons on Thursday and Friday, due to your exams AIM:"— Presentation transcript:
Tuesday 10 th January http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XppEzopIahs NOTICE: There will be no English lessons on Thursday and Friday, due to your exams AIM: To carefully revise our understanding of both The Kite Runner and A Streetcar Named Desire OBJECTIVES: Answer to the (analytical) register! Play Kite Runner bingo Participate in Streetcar speed dating Use what youve learned to write an analytical summary on the theme of loneliness or violence
The Kite Runner Bingo For you a thousand times over Unreliable Narrator Foreshadowing Metafiction Roussi Juxtaposition the Taliban Pathetic Fallacy Harelipped There is a way to be good again Liberal Irony
Streetcar Speed Dating 1)You will be given a passage of analytical writing on Streetcar. It will focus on a specific theme and a specific section, e.g. loneliness in scenes 7 & 8 2)You have 10 minutes to read this analysis and take notes from it in your own words. Make it relevant and interesting! 3)Next, using only your notes, you have 2 mins to sell these ideas, in a speed dating scenario (just as youd sell yourself in speed dating) 4)If someone describes an idea to you which you find interesting, put a tick next to their name, if youre not interested, put a cross. 5)When weve finished, you will be given the original analysis used by each of the people you ticked, to take away and revise from.
Applying what youve learned For the remainder of the lesson (____ mins), write at least 3 paragraphs in response to the following question: Describe the relevance of the theme of violence / loneliness / sexuality (choose one) to A Streetcar Named Desire Aim to include 3 – 5 glossary terms as part of your response.