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The Tempest yr 9

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And Finally
Main Statement
Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr
Understand the Characters and Events so far.

Comment on the feelings of one of the characters.

Explore the feelings of a character.
Title
Lesson Objectives:
Benefits
What does this word mean?
The Tempest
Where are these places? Tunisia, Italy, Milan, Naples, Tunis & the Mediterranean?
Bowsan:

Down with the topmast! yare! lower, lower!

Prince Sebastian:

Hell is empty! And all the devils are here!

King Alonso:

We split, we split! - Farewell, my wife and children! Farewell brother!

Duke Antonio:

Let's all sink with the king!
The opening scene to the play is very .......................................................................
Twelve year since, Miranda, twelve year since,
Thy father was the Duke of Milan and
A prince of power.
A treacherous army was gathered, and one fateful night at midnight, Antonio opened the gates of Milan, and in the pitch black
There they hoist us
To cry to th' sea in a rotten vessel,
Here in this island we arrived
By accident most strange, bountiful Fortune
(Now my dear lady) hath mine enemies
Brought to this shore.
T
hy false uncle— Antonio did believe
he was indeed the duke and began turning my own people against me. I was too wrapped up in learning the Art of magic to notice.,
Canst though remember a time before we came unto this cell?
12 years ago Prospero was......................................................

He was betrayed by ......................................................................

Prospero caused the Tempest because.......................................................
Prospero & Miranda
What do you think this play is going to be about?
Why study Shakespeare?
As the ship was travelling from ................... to ................................... Prospero, ............................., caused the ship to sink because on board was his trecherous brother ............................... Prospero can now seek.....................
Write this paragraph out and fill in the blanks
the magician Tunisia
Antonio Rome
revenge
Lesson Objectives:

Recap on events and characters in the play.

Comment on the character of Caliban.

Explain how Caliban feels.
"Poisinous Slave
"
"You gabble like a brutish thing
"
"Gather me wood
"
"Deformed Slave
"
"Savage
"
"He looks & smells like a fish"
"Filth"
Freckled Welp
CALIBAN - rearrange the letters in this word as many times as you can e.g
CABINAL, LANICAB, INACLAB
This is what other characters say about CALIBAN -

Draw what you think this character looks like.
Caliban ?
PROSPERO: Thou poisinous slave got by the devil himself, come forth!

C
ALIBAN: This island's mine by Sycorax my mother. Which you took from me. When you first came you stroked me, and made much of me and would give me water with berries in it and teach me. Then I loved you and showed you all the qualities of the isle, the fresh springs, the barren and fertile places.
Cursed be I that did so! - All the charms of Sycorax, toads, beetles, bats light on you!
Caliban used to ............................Prospero but now ................................ Him. This is because.......................................
What is a Nymph?

ARIEL: All hail great master, great sir!

PROSPERO: Have you performed the Tempest that I asked you to do?

ARIEL: Yes Master!

PROSPERO: Good Spirit! Are all the sailors safe?

ARIEL: Yes they have washed up on shore close by. Now master, have I earned my freedom from your service now?

PROSPERO: Have you forgotten the torment I freed you from?

ARIEL: No master.

PROSPERO: You have! Have you forgotten the foul witch Sycorax from whom I rescued you? She imprisoned thee and you remained in pain for a dozen years. Thy groans did make wolves howl! When I arrived I freed you and killed the evil witch Sycorax.

ARIEL: Sorry Master I will go about my duties as you asked!

PROSPERO: Good. I will release you in two days time after I have sought my revenge. Go and make yourself invisible and spy on the shipwrecked sailors!
Enter Prospero & Ariel.
Complete the sentences.
Ariel is a ............................
When Prospero found her she had been imprisoned by a Witch called...........................
Ariel used to cry so load in pain it made..........................................
Sycorax is Caliban's ..........................................
Prospero commanded Ariel to cause ........................
Prospero is going to use Ariel to get..............................
on his treacherous brother ..............................
Revenge
Magical Nymph
The Tempest
Mother
Antonio
Wolves Howl
Sycorax
Prospero feels ..................... towards Antonio because.........................................

Caliban feels ......................... towards Prospero because ................................

Miranda feels ........................ towards Ferdinand because...............................
Name the Characters on this Magical Island.
Create a Facebook Account for Prospero, Caliban or Miranda.
Name:
Friends:
Job:
Interests:
D.O.B
Status:....................................................................................................................................
WALL POSTS...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Fill in the blanks on your sheet with the following words...
Love
Trecherous Ferdinand Antonio
12 Magic
Kind Duke betrayed Miranda
Boat Enslaved
Island Sycorax Violent Storm
Caliban
Killed Ariel Magical Nymph
Ariel Qualities Abuse
lesson Objective:

Show undertsanding of the characters & events in the play so far.
What words best describe Sebastian & Antonio?
Treacherous

Loving

Evil

Caring
Loyal
Cowardly


Jelous
Persuasive
Trustworthy

Dishonest
Moral
Sebastian is a ............................................................... character,
becauase..................................................................

Antonio is a ................................................... character, because.........................
Create a PEE paragraph by completing the sentences
Who was on board this ship before Prospero's TEMPEST sunk it?
Lesson Objectives:

Understand the events of Act 2, Scene 1.

Identify adjectives that describe two characters.

Comment on these characters.
King Of Naples - Alonso
Antonio
Who are all the characters and how are they linked?
What words best describe these TRINCULO & STEPHANO?
Stephano & Trinculo

are .......................................................characters, beacause.......................................................

Trinculo Stephano
Lesson Objectives:
Understand the events so far.

Explain how all the characters are interlinked.

Comment on the Characters of Stephano & Trinculo.
Sebastian
Sebastian
Ferdinand & Miranda
Prospero Trinculo Sebastian
Ariel Caliban Sycorax

Alonso Ferdinand Stephano

Antonio Miranda
Fill in the blanks with the correct names
Comment on the feelings of a character.

Explain how a character has been affected by events in the play.

Explore the emotions of one of the central characters.
Lesson Objectives:
Select a Character write a 10 line speech for them that explores their feelings.
Character Monologue.
Put these events into the correct order.
Trinculo, Stephano & Caliban have drunkenly planned to kill Prospero.

Antonio betrayed his brother, Prospero.

Prospero and Miranda washed up onto an island.

Antonio persuaded Sebastian to kill Alonso.

Prospero freed Ariel from the evil witch Sycorax.

Prospero enslaved Caliban.

Miranda has fallen in love with Ferdinand.

Prospero caused a tempest to sink the ship.
Write a diary entry for one of the Characters.
28/03/1611

Dear Diary,
Prospero has jus told me that he will free me in two days time if I........

Write about what has happened to you.

Write about how you feel towards other characters and why.

Success Criteria
Name the Characters
link the quote to the correct character.
"May all the infections from bogs get sucked up by the sun & fall on Prospero, & disease him."

By good fortune, I now have my enemies in my grasp!

"Yes master, I will do everything you have commanded."

"I might call Ferdinand a thing divine."
lesson Objectives:

Understand the events of the play so far.

Identify a quote said by a character.

Comment on a character
Prospero is a ...................................... character.

We can tell this from the final scene of the play when............................................


me to inflate this balloon

Inform
Persuade
me about this balloon
Create a poster promoting Shakespeare's, The Tempest.
Appealing Title
Feelings/Emotions of the Character.
List of Characters
Quotes from the play
Images of the main events
Quick 2 line summary of the plot!
Lesson Objectives:

Summarize events and characters of the play. 3a

Identify quotes for the characters. 4b

Explore the emotions of one of the characters. 5c

Create a persuasive speech promoting your poster
Whats the difference
What plays do you know/studied?
Why do you like/dislike Shakespeare?
What do you find easy/hard about studing his plays?
Your H/W was to bring a pen and a reading book - display both in front of you now please.
Use your phone/dictionary to define this word!
TEMPEST
The Tempest
Act 1 Scene1 -
A tempestuous noise of thunder & lightning heard: enter Shipmaster, Bowsun, Sailors, King Alonso of Naples, his brother Sebastian, & Antonio.
Lesson Objectives:
Explain the importance of studying Shakespeare.

Understand the characters and atmosphere of the opening scene of a play.
Answer these questions for H/W
THE TEMPEST
What characters are there? L.4
How did they arrive on the island? L.5
How do they feel? L.5/6
learning objective: Explore the emotions of the central characters.
LEADER
ASSESSOR
SCRIBE PRESENTER
TIME KEEPER
1. What sea is it set in?
2. Between which two countries does the shipwreck occur?
3. Between which two capital cities does the shipwreck occur?
4. Who caused the sea-storm?
5. What was his position before arriving at the island?
6. What is his daughter called?
7. How did she feel about the shipwreck?
8. Who betrayed her father?
9. How many years have they lived on the island?
10. Who made sure they had food & clothes & sorcery books to survive?
11. What is the King of Naples called?
12.Which character from 'The Lord of the Rings' was inspired by Prospero?
Knowledge Test
1. Mediterranean
2. Italy & Tunisia
3. Naples & Tunis
4. Prospero
5. Duke of Milan
6. Miranda
7. Upset
8. Antonio
9. 12
10. Gonzalo
11. Alonso
12. Saruman
1 mark for answer + 1 for spelling
(2 marks)
(2marks)
Upset
Distraught
Angry
Betrayed
Compassionate
Caring
Evil
Conceited
Treacherous
Select an adjective to describe a character you have encountered thus far?

Support this comment with a quote
Miranda/Gonzalo is a .................................................... character and feels ....................................... because ...........................................................
This is evident from the following quote "............................................................................."
What adjectives best describe Ariel?
What negative & positive aspects are there to Prospero & Ariel?
+
-
TWICKENHAM GARDEN.

by John Donne





BLASTED with sighs, and surrounded with tears,

Hither I come to seek the spring,

And at mine eyes, and at mine ears,

Receive such balms as else cure every thing.

But O ! self-traitor, I do bring

The spider Love, which transubstantiates all,

And can convert manna to gall ;

And that this place may thoroughly be thought

True paradise, I have the serpent brought.



'Twere wholesomer for me that winter did

Benight the glory of this place,

And that a grave frost did forbid

These trees to laugh and mock me to my face ;

But that I may not this disgrace

Endure, nor yet leave loving, Love, let me

Some senseless piece of this place be ;

Make me a mandrake, so I may grow here,

Or a stone fountain weeping out my year.



Hither with crystal phials, lovers, come,

And take my tears, which are love's wine,

And try your mistress' tears at home,

For all are false, that taste not just like mine.

Alas ! hearts do not in eyes shine,

Nor can you more judge women's thoughts by tears,

Than by her shadow what she wears.

O perverse sex, where none is true but she,

Who's therefore true, because her truth kills me.
What new characters and events have you learnt today?
CALIBAN - rearrange these letters to create a anogram
Speaking & Listening Task.
In groups, pairs, 3s. create a 3-5 minute script, and act out a scene that occurred before this narrative started...
E.g. when Prospero first arrived on the island...
What has happened so far...
The Tempest by numbers...
1 seastorm
-
VICTIM
or
VILLAIN?
CALIBAN
learning Objectives:
learning objectives:
Explain events and characters so far. L.4

Explore the character of Caliban. L.5

Analyse the feelings of a central character. L.6
Alonso King of Naples
Antonio Duke of Milan
Write down how these characters feel about each other.

Explain why they feel this way, supported by a quote.
d/c
c/b
Lesson Objectives:
Recap on characters and events so far

Explain how characters feel towards each other.

Examine the feelings/emotions of a character.
LIST DOWN ALL THE FACTS ABOUT THIS PLAY THAT YOU CAN REMEMBER.
How does Caliban feel?
What language tells us how he feels?
learning Objectives
Create a 3-5 min speech exploring a range of character feelings.

Speak clearly using effective body language.

Include stage directions.
Success Criteria for speaking & listening task.
Explore a range of emotions that your character feels towards events or other characters.

Demonstrate an understanding of events & other characters in the play.

Use dramatic techniques such as freeze-frame to allow each individual to explore their emotions.

Speak confidently, fluently and clearly (approx 1 min)

Use your tone of voice to reflect emotion.

Use body language and gesture to reflect emotion.

Include stage directions.
Dramatic Irony
- what does this mean?
Learning Objectives:
Identify how you can develop your script and make improvements.

Explain what dramatic irony is and the effect it creates.

Find elements of comedy in a scene.
What parts of this scene would have made a 17th Century Elizabethan Audience laugh?
ALONSO
SEBASTIAN
ANTONIO
GONZALO
WHO ARE THESE FOUR CHARACTERS?
Who are they related to?

Where have they come from?

What do you know about their past histories?
Explore the personalities of the central characters
Lesson Objective:
What does TEMPESTUOUS mean?
'Relationships Between Parent & Child'
Lesson Objectives:
Analyse the mood and atmosphere in the opening scene.
Comment on the Characters in the opening scene.

What language does Shakespeare use to create mood & atmosphere?
How do the characters feel in this scene?
Antonio
Gonzalo
Alonso
Lesson Objectives: Explore the Characters of
What do you already know about these 4 characters?
What do we learn about Antonio & Sebastian in this scene? (10 Marks)
Unremorseful Passionate Romantic Terrified Evil Cunning Loving Uncaring

Persuasive Trustworthy Foolish Coward Easily Led

Angry Sad Depressed Honest
Sebastian is a ........................................... character this evident from the text when he ....................................................
Sebastian
Antonio
What happened in this scene?
Lesson Objective: Explore the emotions of Miranda & Ferdinand.
Miranda/Ferdinand feel ................................... this is evident from the text when ........................
/10
Explore the events, themes & characters in the play so far.
L. 4 - list down the main characters & key events. Comment on how characters are related/linked.

L.5 - Explain how the characters feel, supported by quotes.

L.6 - Examine Shakespeare's use of dramatic irony and examples of betrayal/treachery.
Knowledge Quiz
1-11. Names these characters.
12. Who was Caliban's mother?
13. Where did she come from?
14. How long have Prospero & Miranda lived on the island?
15. How old was she when they were sent to sea?
16. How old is Miranda?
17. What position did Prospero used to hold?
18. Who betrayed him?
19. Who helped them to survive after being cast out to sea?
20. What position does Alonso hold in Italy?
21. Where was Alonso's ship traveling from before hitting the tempest?
22. Who is the drunken butler?
23. Who is the court jester?
24. Who said "this isle's mine"?
25. What technique does Shakespeare use to create comedy?
26. Who said "I might call him a thing divine"?
27. Who said "Good wombs have born bad sons"?
28. Who said "full fathoms five your father lies - those were pearls I saw in his eyes"?
29. Who said "I wish all the diseases of the earth would fall on him"?
30. Who said " I see a crown falling on your head - imagine these two were dead & not asleep"?
Knowledge Quiz

1- 11. Ferdinand, Miranda, Prospero, Trinculo, Stephano, Alonso, Gonzalo, Antonio, Sebastian, Caliban & Ariel

12. Sycorax
13. Algiers
14. 12 years
15. 3
16. 15
17. Duke of Milan
18. Antonio
19. Gonzalo
20. King of Naples
21. Tunis
22. Stephano
23. Trinculo
24. Caliban
25. Dramatic Irony
26. Miranda
27. Miranda
28. Ariel
29. caliban
30. Antonio
Answers
50-60 = L.7

40-50 = L.6

30-40 = L.5

20-30 = L.4
Lesson Objectives:
Recap on characters, events & quotes from Acts 1-3.

Explore the theme of betrayal throughout the play.
List down all the examples of treachery and betrayal that has occurred in the play so far...
If you had Prospero or Ariel's powers for a day... how would you use them & what would you do?
Lesson Objective: Demonstrate understanding of the significant events of the narrative.
ACT 1 ACT 2 ACT 3 ACT 4 ACT 5
Tension
Time
Plot the 10 most significant events onto a tension graph
Gonzalo's speech on the perfect island...
Do you agree with Gonzalo's idea?

Would his idea island work?
What sensible improvement would you make to Wadham School if you were in charge?
Lesson Objective:
Develop & improve your presentation skills.
Pretend you are in Gonzalo's position. You are the new Headmaster of Wadham, and you get to make any realistic changes you wish.
Create a 1-2 minute presentation in which you explain the changes you would make, & why they are important.
OPTIONS

PSHE

UNIFORM
REWARDS/PUNISHMENTS

TIMETABLE

LOOS
Explore the dual nature of Caliban's character.

Develop your presentation and group work skills
Lesson Objective:
The Trial of Caliban - 'Victim or Villain'
Groups of 4 (Leader, Scribe, Presenter, Assessor)
Points to Consider...
How was his childhood?
Does he have any sense of morality?
How is he treated by Prospero?
What did he do for Prospero at first?
What did he do to Miranda?
Who does the Island belong to?
What does he plan to do with his new "companions"
DEFENCE VS PROSECUTION
How much time has passed since Prospero caused the tempest and the present moment?
Trinculo, Stephano & Caliban Plot.

Sebastian & Antonio Plot.

Ferdinand & Miranda fallen in love.
Pretend you are a 17th century play critic.

you have just watched the premier of 'The Tempest' and are writing a review for the London Newspaper...

The Key characters and what they are like ...
Title & catchy subtitle of your piece... L.4
The Key themes...
The Key events... L.5
The set design and costumes...
How it compares to other works by the playwright? L.6
Don't give away the whole story, just a taster of what might be expected..
.
Create a facebook account for one of the characters in the play.
Level 4
Create a facebook status for your character.
Write down personal details (Name, Friends, social groups, D.O.B etc

Level 5
Write comments on your characters wall from other characters.

Level 6
Write responses to the comments posted on your wall.

Level 7
Include quotes from the text.
Assess your peers work...
Write one comment on what they have done well & one comment on how they can improve...
Write about...
Level your peers work against the success criteria...
H/W for Fri -

Revise the character of Prospero & examples of Betrayal and Comedy in the play.
Create sentences containing these connectives...
unlike

Similarly

in contrast to

as revealed by

whereas

as a result

as exemplified by
Caliban is a slave
Ariel who is a servant
Lesson Objective: Explore the characters, events & themes of the play.
Create a revision resource in which you explore the key characters, significant events and main themes in 'The Tempest' in the following way...
Draw a storyboard
Write a song/rap
Summarize the play using another language.
Create a poem
L.5

L.6

L.7
Miranda is your age.

If she were at Wadham would you befriend her or ask her out? If so why? Or if not - why not?
Lesson Objective: Analyse the parent - child relationships in a text.
Prospero Their Relationship Miranda
write down adjectives that describe each of the following...
What do we learn about Prospero's character in the final act?
H/W - Create a tension graph of the 10 -15 most significant events in the play.
1 2 3 4 5
Act 1 Scene 2
Analysing Prospero & Miranda's relationship...
What things does Prospero try to protect Miranda from?

How do they refer to each other?

How is the power dynamic reflected through the structure of their dialogue?
What's the difference between JUSTICE & REVENGE?
What is Prospero seeking?
How are these children a product of their "parents"...

NATURE

NURTURING
H/W - Write a 1 page analysis of Propsero & Miranda's relationship from Act 1 Scene 2
Comparing Parent - Child relationships across three texts.
Essay Plan...
Analyse the parent/child relationships in 'The Tempest' (2-4 sides)

Analyse the parent child relationship in poem 1 + compare to play. (2 sides)

Analyse poem 3 + comparisons to poem 1 & play. (2 sides)
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