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Read your lines
WALT: analyse how Iambic pentameter enhances (adds to) the meaning of
Shakespeare language.
•Read the line...
Shakespeare:
Iambic pentameter.
We are learning to: analyse how Iambic
pentameter enhances (adds to) the
meaning of Shakes...
What do you think
Iambic pentameter
is?
WALT: analyse how Iambic pentameter enhances (adds to) the meaning of
Shakespeare ...
Iambic pentameter
is....
WALT: analyse how Iambic pentameter enhances (adds to) the meaning of
Shakespeare language.
•A li...
Read your line to
your partner.
WALT: analyse how Iambic pentameter enhances (adds to) the meaning of
Shakespeare language...
How does Iambic
Pentameter add meaning?
To support your answer you have:
•One minute to discuss with your partner.
•One cl...
Creating our own
lines.
•I wouldn’t trust her if I were you
•She was too loyal
•I will tell him lies
•Othello is a wonderf...
The Actual Lines.
• She has deceived her father, and may thee.
• I’ll pour pestilence into his ear.
• The moor is of a fre...
Your heart is burst you have
lost half your soul.
We are learning to:
Oh, beware, my lord, of
jealousy
It is the green-eye...
Iambic pentameter- Othello
Iambic pentameter- Othello
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Iambic pentameter- Othello

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Draft lesson for an observation. Key Stage Three. Mixed Ability.

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Iambic pentameter- Othello

  1. 1. Read your lines WALT: analyse how Iambic pentameter enhances (adds to) the meaning of Shakespeare language. •Read the line you are given and try to memorise them. •Read your line out loud •Walk carefully around the room looking out for other people. •Listen carefully for further instructions from me.
  2. 2. Shakespeare: Iambic pentameter. We are learning to: analyse how Iambic pentameter enhances (adds to) the meaning of Shakespeare’s language.
  3. 3. What do you think Iambic pentameter is? WALT: analyse how Iambic pentameter enhances (adds to) the meaning of Shakespeare language. •Count your drum beats? •Count the syllables. •Look carefully at the words.
  4. 4. Iambic pentameter is.... WALT: analyse how Iambic pentameter enhances (adds to) the meaning of Shakespeare language. •A line of poetry which does not rhyme. •It is made up of five feet. 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | da-dum da-dum da-dum da-dum da-dum •It therefore uses ten syllables in each line.
  5. 5. Read your line to your partner. WALT: analyse how Iambic pentameter enhances (adds to) the meaning of Shakespeare language. •Read it as you think it should be read. •Explain to your partner what you think it means and why?
  6. 6. How does Iambic Pentameter add meaning? To support your answer you have: •One minute to discuss with your partner. •One clue resource in the envelopes. •All of the learning from the lesson. •All of the images from the opening slide.
  7. 7. Creating our own lines. •I wouldn’t trust her if I were you •She was too loyal •I will tell him lies •Othello is a wonderful man •I’m crazy about you •You’ve driven me to this •Bring me my hankie or else
  8. 8. The Actual Lines. • She has deceived her father, and may thee. • I’ll pour pestilence into his ear. • The moor is of a free and open nature • Excellent wretch! perdition catch my soul. • It is the cause, it is the cause, my soul. • Fetch me my handkerchief, my mind misgives. We are learning to:
  9. 9. Your heart is burst you have lost half your soul. We are learning to: Oh, beware, my lord, of jealousy It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock I know not that, but such a handkerchief She loved me for the dangers I had passed She has deceived her father, and may thee Excellent wretch! perdition catch my soul. Her father loved me oft invited me But that I love the gentle Desdemona Killing myself to die upon a kiss. It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock Oh, beware, my lord, of jealousy It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock I know not that, but such a handkerchief She loved me for the dangers I had passed She has deceived her father, and may thee Your heart is burst you have lost half your soul. Excellent wretch! perdition catch my soul. Her father loved me oft invited me I know not that, but such a handkerchief Killing myself to die upon a kiss.

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