TASK – Explore how the narrative voices of the powerful and oppressed are explored in The Tempest and Frankenstein (2000 words) Candidates respond enthusiastically and critically to texts. Explore and evaluate how language, structure and form contribute to writers’ varied ways of presenting ideas, themes and settings, and how they achieve effects on readers. Make […]

January 19th to January 23rd 2015 Compare the ways in which monstrosity is presented within Frankenstein and The Tempest. (2000 words) TOP TIPS FOR SUCCESS THIS TIME ROUND –  The dominant assessment objective is AO2 [Explain how language, structure and form contribute to writers’ presentation of ideas, themes and settings] and needs to have in-depth […]

  To understand the historical and social background of Lord of the Flies. To learn about the author’s life and how it influenced him to write this story.     ContextLesson    

60 Second Summary of Frankenstein   Understanding the Context Video 2 – Theme 1: Overview & Analysis   Video 3 – Themes Part 2 Video 4 – Symbols Used in Frankenstein Video 5 – Conclusion Frankenstein Video 7 – Frankenstein Characters

Essay Planning Lesson – The Tempest and Frankenstein Dear Year 11s, You will need to submit a copy of your essay plan on Tuesday so that we may commence the essay on Wednesday and Thursday knowing that we are confident in delivering a completed and sound piece of writing. Please see me if you need […]

The Strange Affair of… Frankenstein http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p027w85f/the-strange-affair-of-frankenstein#group=p0287yq9 Year 11s, This is a great video for you to get your head around the social and historical context of Shelley’s Frankenstein.

What do each of these quotations from Chapter 4 show the reader about Curley’s Wife? ‘They left all the weak ones here …’ ‘a bunch of bindle stiffs – a n++++r and a dum-dum and a lousy old sheep’ ‘Sure I got a husban’. … Swell guy, ain’t he?’ ‘I’m glad you bust Curley up […]

‘Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ and Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’ primarily focuses on ways characters exercise power and control.  Use The Tempest and Frankenstein to focus your discussion on the extent to which this is true.  Monday the 3rd of November to Friday the 7th of November. 4 lessons in total to complete this essay. 2000 words.  

Dear 11s, Your final piece of coursework is where you will need to respond to an article about teenagers. You will need to read through the article and respond to the claims being made by the writer. Please follow the following instructions. 1. Open a word document on Google Drive and share the document with […]