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The Tempest - An Introduction to Shakespeare Lesson Plan

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Alexander Davis

on 17 September 2012

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Transcript of The Tempest - An Introduction to Shakespeare Lesson Plan

An Introduction to Shakespeare The Tempest The theme of Justice

That Shakespeare is 'relevant' and needn't be feared

The relationship and motivations of Prospero and Caliban in The Tempest What do we want them to learn? When were you last treated unfairly?

Individual silent jotting for two minutes
Upon completion pupils volunteer responses Jotting Paired Jotting Think of reasons why people treat others unfairly Use the board to record!
Selected pupils write up their responses on the board Class is presented with the following 3 scenarios: Fair or Unfair? 1. Favour for a Favour 2. Possession If you help out a friend you expect a favour in return Something is taken from you, so you then take from someone else 3. Discipline Someone commits an act against you. You mistreat them in return Introducing Shakespeare Plenary If you were Caliban what would you do? What do you think Caliban will do? Class discussion leading to a vote Chart of Justice As part of a wider scheme of work, each pupil could have a 'Chart of Justice'. For each scene studied pupils plot the 'fairness' of key characters' actions on a scale of 1-5. In addition to pupils forming their own opinions of characters and events, the chart would also serve as a handy visual representation of the movement of the play, signposting key events.
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