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Tis Pity She’s a Whore Lesson Sixteen, Seventeen and Eighteen

Sarah Knightley | Wednesday June 26, 2013

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Tis Pity She’s a Whore Introduction
Tis Pity She’s a Whore Lesson One, Two and Three
Tis Pity She’s a Whore Lesson Four, Five and Six
Tis Pity She’s a Whore Lesson Seven, Eight and Nine
Tis Pity She’s a Whore Lesson Ten, Eleven and Twelve
Tis Pity She’s a Whore Lesson Thirteen, Fourteen and Fifteen
Tis Pity She’s a Whore Lesson Nineteen, Twenty and Twenty One

Lesson Sixteen

Lesson Objectives

  • Will explore past paper OCR questions and develop skills to breakdown question.
  • Will engage with the quotations used in the questions to develop their own arguments.
  • Will be able to synthesise objectives in their planning.

Exploring Themes

Under the key headings what other themes would you include?

Key Headings:

  • Love
  • eg. Marriage
  • Parental
  • Master and Servants
  • Religion
  • Passionate Language

Encourages students to consider the themes as umbrella terms and then use these as headings for example the theme of love can have subheadings of types of love, marriage, parental, master/servants etc. It will allow the students to make connections between different ideas and in essay questions be able to consider different areas to write about.

Ambition

‘People will do anything, no matter how foolish, to get what they want.’
In light of this view, consider the ways the writers represent ambition in the texts that you have studied.

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Past paper OCR question – students are directed and questioned to respond to the task. To develop they can write a plan or work in pairs to share ideas in response to the question.

Desire

‘Desire dazzles and destroys people like moths in a candle flame’
In light of this view, consider the ways in which the writers present desire in the texts you have studied

‘Lust is a passion that is a destructive force. It has the ability to destroy us’
In light of this view, consider the ways in which the writers present lust in the text you have studied.

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