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Midsummer Night's Dream - the characters

Prezi showing links between the characters and some supporting questions. Suitable for KS3.
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Tom Ward

on 7 June 2011

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Transcript of Midsummer Night's Dream - the characters

A Midsummer Night's Dream-
The characters The Court and The Lovers Theseus Theseus is the Duke of Athens, and is engaged to... Hippolyta Queen of the Amazons Egeus Father of What do you call a donkey with one eye and one leg? A winky wonky donkey! Demetrius Wants Hermia to marry Hermia Lysander In love with each other Helena In love with Oberon Titania Puck Oberon's assistant King of the fairies Queen of the fairies Peaseblossom
Cobweb
Moth
Mustardseed Titania's assistants What do the names of titania's assistants tell you about the fairies? The fairies The Mechanicals Nick Bottom
Peter Quince
Francis Flute
Tom Snout
Robin Starveling
Snug A weaver A carpenter A bellows-mender A tinker A tailor A joiner How do the names of the Mechanicals compare to the names of the fairies?


What could we say about the Mechanicals characters, based on their names? The play is called "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
What role do you think these characters will play?
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