Iambic Pentameter

Individually, create one line of verse about
the date of your birthday (eg. My birthday’s
on the thir...
Wednesday, 11th December
2013

L.O: To analyse how language is used by
Shakespeare to show power in Act 1 Scene 2
Exclamations

Questioning

Short
sharp
sentences

Making Threats

Bribery

Imperative
verbs

Name calling

Flattery

Writing

 Choose one of your points about language and
write a PEE paragraph analysing how Shakespeare
uses this languag...
Peer Assess
Swap your work with the person next
to you. Highlight the:
POINT
EVIDENCE
EXPLAINATION
In each of their p...
Review

 Prospero’s power in Act 1 Scene 2 is shown
through…
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Exploration of language in Act 1 Scene 2 of The Tempest

  1. 1. Iambic Pentameter  Individually, create one line of verse about the date of your birthday (eg. My birthday’s on the thirteenth day in March) In pairs, create as many lines of verse about Christmas as you can in 5 minutes:
  2. 2. Wednesday, 11th December 2013 L.O: To analyse how language is used by Shakespeare to show power in Act 1 Scene 2
  3. 3. Exclamations Questioning Short sharp sentences Making Threats Bribery Imperative verbs Name calling Flattery
  4. 4.
  5. 5. Writing   Choose one of your points about language and write a PEE paragraph analysing how Shakespeare uses this language technique to illustrate Prospero’s power in the scene.
  6. 6. Peer Assess Swap your work with the person next to you. Highlight the: POINT EVIDENCE EXPLAINATION In each of their paragraphs.
  7. 7. Review   Prospero’s power in Act 1 Scene 2 is shown through…
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