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Inference and PEE
Transcript of Inference and PEE
Lesson Objective - to use quotations to be able to talk about Prospero's personality.
You each have one box on the sheet to fill out, but you can't do it until all the table agrees on your answer.
1. Has the group explained the quote clearly?
2. Has the group made a suggestion about Prospero's personality using the quote?
3. Has the group analysed any individual words (This is a high level 5 skill).
Inference means to read between the lines.
Turn to your partner.....
Have you made progress with analysing quotes today?
If yes explain how.
Planners and equipment on desks.
Quiet reading time - or learning spellings.
What do these dogs want to do?
Extension: How do they feel?
How is this baby feeling?
What does this medicine taste like?
Extension: What do her clothes suggest?
How is this man feeling?
Extension: Which country might he be from?
Is the detective a good detective?
How do you know?
Give 2 reasons.
How do we use inference with The Tempest?
“If thou neglect’st, or dost unwillingly what I command, I’ll rack thee with old cramps, fill all thy bones with aches, make thee roar, that beasts will tremble at thy din.”
Prospero says this to Caliban in act one scene 2.
What does this suggest about Prospero's personality?
Your task - quote blasts
“Dost thou forget from what a torment I did free thee?”
Prospero is speaking to Ariel. Ariel has just asked for his freedom.
Prospero is reminding Ariel about the help that Prospero has given to him.
What does the quote suggest about Prospero's personality?
What do the key words/phrases suggest Prospero’s personality?
The question “from what torment I did free thee?” might have been used by Prospero to make Ariel feel guilty and ungrateful – so he obeys Prospero
The word “torment” is meant to add to Ariel’s guilt.
This suggests that Prospero is in control and trying to show his power by making Ariel feel guilty.
What we don't want:
This quote shows that Prospero will give Caliban cramps if he doesn't do what he's told.