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2 act 1 scene 1

  1. 1. Act 1 Scene 11. Act 1 Scene1 opens with whichcharacters?2. For what reasons are the twocharacters angry?3. What do the characters thendecide to do and why?Friday 7th JuneFact: ‘Splood and Zounds areShakespearean swearwords
  2. 2. Michael Cassio• Why does Iago dislike him?Iago explains why he believes hehas not been promoted to therank of lieutenant (Lines 8-27) –Look carefully at the way Iagodescribes Cassio and pick out anykey phrases which suggest whyIago is jealous of him.Add these to your MichaelCassio page
  3. 3. First impressions of Iago• Write Iago in the centre of the next page andcollect together any key things Iago seems tosay about himself.• Include anything that reveals something hischaracter or motivation.Iago“I follow him to servemy turn upon him”(shows he’s following him toget revenge!)“I will wear my heart upon my sleevefor daws to peck at”(Shows he is revealing all, regardless of the outcome)“I am not what I am”(There is more to Iago than meetsthe eye!)
  4. 4. Iago winding up Brabantio• Have a page in your book with the heading:Animal Imagery – you are going to collect quotesto do with animals as we go through the play:Start with these tricky words• “Barbary horse” --- a North African breed• “Coursers” --- Racehorses• “jennets” --- small Spanish horse• Note down any animal related lines that Iago useswhilst shouting up at Brabantio.
  5. 5. Othello in Act 1 Scene 1• Throughout the whole scene, nobody hasused Othello’s name – although all threemen have referred to him several times.• Collect the terms used to describe himand add to your Othello page: State whospeaks it and what it says about thespeakerTerm used Aspect of Othello SpokenbyWhat does it say about thespeaker?“the moor” His race Iago Takes away hisindividuality“thick-lips” His physicalfeaturesRacist, purposelyinsulting“the devil”

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