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Year10 set1 20thcenturydrama 19/12/07

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  • 1. Objectives:
    • To undertake some preparatory tasks for our next coursework piece
  • 2. GCSE Eng/Eng Lit COURSEWORK EXAMS Original Writing Media Shakespeare 20 th Century Drama (play) Prose Study (Novel) 3 Speaking & Listening Assessments Eng Paper1 Sec A: Questions on Non Fiction & Media texts Sec B: Writing to Argue Persuade or Advise Eng Paper 2 Sec A: Other Cultures Poetry Sec B: Writing Inf/Ex/Descr Lit Paper: ‘Of Mice & Men ’ And Poetry (Heaney & Clarke) Lang: 40% Lit:30% Lang:60% Lit:70% S K I L L S 20% of the 40%
  • 3. Doing the wrong thing…
    • Can you think of a situation where you did or said the ‘wrong thing’
    • Where you realised you had made a bad moral choice…
    • What were the effects of your words and/or actions?
    • How many people were affected?
  • 4. WHAT I DID; OUTLINE THE SITUATION IMMEDIATE IMPACT/EFFECT WHO OR WHAT ELSE WAS AFFECTED WHO OR WHAT ELSE WAS AFFECTED ULTIMATE IMPACT OR ‘PRICE’ OF WORDS AND/OR ACTIONS…
  • 5. Key Term: Dramatic irony.
  • 6. Definition: WHEN THE WORDS AND ACTIONS OF A CHARACTER HAVE A DIFFERENT MEANING FOR THE READER AS THEY DO FOR THE CHARACTERS. THIS IS THE RESULT OF THE READER HAVING A GREATER KNOWLEDGE THAN THE CHARACTERS THEMSELVES.
  • 7. Rubbish dramatic irony: “ Something Picasso? He’ll never amount to anything!”
  • 8. Effective dramatic irony: THE CHORUS ALLOWS THE AUDIENCE TO KNOW THE FATAL ENDING. ROMEO AND JULIET DO NOT KNOW THEIR FATE…
  • 9. Task:
    • A short piece of play script
    • Two or three characters talking in a particular location
    • The ‘play’ is set in 2000, but obviously is being written today
    • What words and/ or actions could show dramatic irony?
    • Try and avoid the ‘Titanic’ level of obviousness!
  • 10. Feedback: Can we identify the dramatic irony?