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Introducing John Proctor...

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Karen Griffiths

on 5 December 2015

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Transcript of Introducing John Proctor...

What did the exposition tell us to expect?
What do we find out about John as a character in the exposition?
Introducing John Proctor...
What Literary devices have we seen from Miller so far in the play?
Simile, metaphor, personification
Assonance, consonance, rhyme
Sound patterning
Word play
Stage directions and crafting.
What Linguistic devices should you be looking for?
Types and functions of utterances
Address terms
Question and answer structures
Adjacency pairs
Length of turn and interruptions
Speed of exchanges
Use of oaths and swearing
Changes of topic
Register
Levels of formality/informality
Levels of fluency/non-fluency
What Rhetorical devices do you note?
Use of repetition
Exaggeration
Understatement
Use of euphemism
Rhetorical questions
Antithesis
Listing
Triple structures
Incrementum
What possible exam question do you think might come up in this extract?
THINK ABOUT CHARACTER, THEME, RELATIONSHIP
Which theorists can we apply to this section?
What does dramatic significance mean?
Revealing aspects of character
Setting the scene
Creating/intensifying dramatic or situational irony
Creating a particular mood
Furthering the plot
Developing relationships
Presenting themes
LAST WEEK WE MET JOHN PROCTOR.
Look at the clip - how do you like this interpretation of the scene?
Discuss the difference between the exposition for John Proctor and the expositions for Parris and Putnam. Why are they different?
CAN YOU REMEMBER THE QUESTION YOU WILL BE ASKED?
Explore the ways in which Miller presents ????? in this passage. In your answer you must consider how the playwright uses literary, linguistic and rhetorical devices and conventions to create specific dramatic effects.
What other devices must we consider?
Any of these still confusing?
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