Learning Objective To identify and discuss some of

Learning Objective To identify and discuss some of

Learning Objective To identify and discuss some of the themes and ideas in DNA by Dennis Kelly. What do you think DNA by Dennis Kelly might be about? What do you think DNA by Dennis Kelly might be about? What is a gang? Is this a gang? What about this?

What about this? Create a mind map on gangs. You should think of words and ideas you associate with gangs. Dec 2010 Student riots August 2011 riots I wish that people would stop calling these youths gangs. It gives them more power than they have. They are not gangs.

They are just groups of bored youth How far do you agree with this statement? Do some people do things that they never would have done alone because they are led by others? Are the morals of a group different to individual interpretations of morality? Look at the discussion cards in front of you. Take it in turns to read out a prompt and share your opinion with the rest of your group. As a group, discuss

your ideas and try to arrive at some sort of conclusion before moving on to the next prompt. You will be assessed on your ability to discuss the prompts in an effective and supportive manner. Use the Speaking and Listening: Discussion criteria to help. How did you do? Did anyone stand out as a particularly effective group leader?

What made them so good? Leadership Have your ideas changed? What makes a good leader of a group? Can you think of examples of good leaders? What qualities do they have? Do some people always have to be led?

Do some people do things that they never would have done alone because they are led by others? Are the morals of a group different to individual interpretations of morality? What do you think DNA by Dennis Kelly might be about? Any new ideas? Learning Objective To know what this CA is all about and understand the AOs. To read and engage with the play

itself. Controlled Assessment Tasks for GCSE English Language Unit 3 part a: Understanding Written Texts (extended reading) You will have up to 4 hours controlled assessment time Aim for an upper word limit of 1200 words The piece is worth 15% of your English GCSE Include and analyse quotations and support your points with

detailed textual evidence. AO3 (i) Read and understand texts, selecting material appropriate to purpose. (ii) Develop and sustain interpretations of writers ideas and perspectives. (iii) Explain and evaluate how writers use linguistic, grammatical, structural and presentational features to achieve effects and engage and influence the reader.

The writers ideas and attitudes (i.e. what is he saying?) How the writer uses language and structure to achieve effects and engage the audience. As we read DNA by Dennis Kelly, try to keep these questions in mind... What kind of leaders are

there in this play? What would this look like on stage? What is the writer trying to say? Which characters are powerful? Which are weak?

A street A wood A field Pick a Part! Act 1 Stage directions: Lou: Mark:

John Tate: Jan: Danny: Leah: Richard: Phil: Cathy:

Brian: A street A wood A field Pick a Part! Act 2 Stage directions: Lou:

Mark: Danny: Jan: Richard: Leah: Cathy: Phil:

Brian: A street A wood A field Pick a Part! Act 3 Stage directions: A Boy:

Mark: Lou: Jan: Cathy: Leah: Brian: Phil:

A street A wood A field Pick a Part! Act 4 Stage directions: Richard: Phil:

Learning Objective To analyse the first section of Act 1 and identify its effects and meanings. A street A wood A field Pick a Part! Act 1

Stage directions: Lou: Mark: John Tate: Jan: Danny: Leah:

Richard: Phil: Cathy: Brian: Act One You have been given some questions on pages 7-17 of the first act of DNA. Answer your assigned question(s) on your own, then share them a) with your table, and b) with the class. Be prepared to take notes on what

they have to share with you as well! Q1: Pages 7-8 One A Street. Characters: JAN MARK How does Kelly interest the audience from the start? The conversation is written in brief, incomplete sentences and questions. What is the dramatic effect of this opening? What

is the effect of the last line? Qs 2 & 3: Pages 8-10 One A Field. Characters: LEAH & PHIL JAN & MARK How does Phil react towards Leah (body language/facial expressions) and what does this show about him? What do we learn about Leah? What is the relationship between her and Phil?

Q4: Page 10 One A Field. Characters: LEAH & PHIL JAN & MARK Why is there a pause after Jan and Mark enter? Look at the end of the section on page 10. What is the effect of this dramatic line?

Q5: Pages 10-17 One A Wood. Characters: LOU, JOHN TATE AND DANNY RICHARD, CATHY AND BRIAN How do learn that John Tate is the leader? How do we know he is not coping with the pressure? Why does he not like the word dead? How does he turn the situation into a divide and rule situation? Qs 6 & 7: Pages 10-17 One

A Wood. Characters: LOU, JOHN TATE AND DANNY RICHARD, CATHY AND BRIAN How is Danny different from the other members of the gang? What do learn about Cathy and the way she inflames the situation between Richard and John Tate? What is different about her in the way she reacts to what has happened? Qs 8, 9 & 10: Pages 10-17 One

A Wood. Characters: LOU, JOHN TATE AND DANNY RICHARD, CATHY AND BRIAN Is Richard really interested in a confrontation with John Tate? What kind of group member is Lou? How does John Tate react to Brian saying he wants to tell someone? Qs 8, 9 & 10: Pages 10-17 One A Wood.

Characters: LOU, JOHN TATE AND DANNY RICHARD, CATHY AND BRIAN Is Richard really interested in a confrontation with John Tate? What kind of group member is Lou? How does John Tate react to Brian saying he wants to tell someone? Pages 7-17 Key Quotes Leah: Im not the only one, Phil. Im just the only one saying it, the fear that everyone here lives in, the brutal terror... John Tate: Lou, are you scared of anyone in this school?

Lou: You? John Tate: Apart from me. Lou: No. John Tate: Exactly. Danny: I cant get mixed up in this. Im gonna be a dentist. John Tate: Alright, new rule. That word is banned. [...] and if anyone says it Im going to have to, you know, bite their face. Or something. Richard: You shouldnt threaten me, John. Why are these quotes significant? Cathy: Hes on Richards side.

John Tate: That just leaves you, Brian. You crying little piece of filth. Brian: I think we should tell someone. JOHN TATE begins to walk towards BRIAN. Learning Objective To analyse the nature of Leah and Phils relationship. To make a judgement on Leah as a character. A Closer Look: Leahs Monologue A Closer Look: Leahs Monologue

Quotes What do we learn about her insecurities? How does the text show that Phils lack of reaction makes her try different approaches to provoke one? How are her own worries shown in her monologue? Key Question: What is the significance of her saying the fear that everyone

here lives in, the brutal terror? Feelings What kind of relationship do they have? Are they close? Is it one sided? Does he care? You need to justify your answer with clear evidence from the text. Leah and Phil Their relationship Q

W E R T Y QUESTION - link your answer to the focus of the task WRITER - remember that the characters only do what the writer makes them do!

EVIDENCE - Use quotations from the text READER - what effect do the events/ issues have on the reader? TECHNIQUES - language/ structure YOUR RESPONSE - explore your own ideas/ your reaction to the text Q W E

R T Y Have a go at writing a QWERTY paragraph, using your notes so far. What kind of relationship do Leah and Phil have? Are they close? Is it one sided? Does he care?

Q W } One of the ways Kelly... Another way... Leah is also shown to be... The writer suggests... When he is first described... E This is shown when it says, ___... An example of this is

when Kelly writes, ___... For example, ___ R This makes the reader think... This suggests to the reader... The reader will think... This implies... This suggests... T The use of the simile... The writers word choice... The repetition of the word ___... The alliteration of... This word has strong connotations of...

Y This suggests... This implies... This links to... What is your opinion of Leah, and why? Learning Objective To analyse pages 17-21 in more detail. To make a judgement on John Tates leadership.

The Qualities of a Leader? Do you remember what we said? Pages 17-21 Re-read Jan and Marks account of the attack on Adam. This is the news that they were discussing in the first scene and that the audience have been wondering about especially as it caused all the tension in John Tate. Create two columns with the headings SELF_JUSTIFYING/ INNOCENT and SADISTIC/ NEGATIVE 1. Pick out examples of words and phrases used by Jan and Mark to justify what happened e.g. having a laugh 2. Contrast this with the other words they use intermingled with

those words, e.g. You know what hes like, trying to be part of. 3. What is the effect of the contrasting language? Pages 17-21 Key Quotes JOHN TATE places a finger on her lips. She is silent. Mark: Oh, he was terrified, he was completely, but like you know, pretending, you know... Mark: ... you know, youre having a laugh, together, whats this nutter gonna do next, we can make him do, we can make him do John Tate: Dead. Hes dead.

Why are these quotes significant? Is John Tate a good leader? Consider: How effective is he? Is he in control?

What sort of control is it? Is he uncertain at all? How does he deal with challenges or dissent? Use textual evidence to back up your ideas. Group presentation! Learning Objective To analyse the rest of Act 1 in more detail. To make a judgement on the

groups power dynamics. Qs 1 & 2: Pages 21-24 One A Wood. Characters: LOU, JOHN TATE AND DANNY RICHARD, CATHY AND BRIAN MARK AND JAN, PHIL AND LEAH What is Phils plan? What might the audience think of it? John Tate speaks his last lines just before this point Cathy says youre clever. So, what do we

do? What is the significance? Q3: Pages 24-26 One A Wood. Characters: LOU, JOHN TATE AND DANNY RICHARD, CATHY AND BRIAN MARK AND JAN, PHIL AND LEAH How does this scene compare to the earlier scene with both of them? What can you say about Phils lack of interaction? Why is he so quiet when he has just been

outspoken in his leadership of the cover-up? Q4: Pages 24-26 One A Wood. Characters: LOU, JOHN TATE AND DANNY RICHARD, CATHY AND BRIAN MARK AND JAN, PHIL AND LEAH Look at Leahs speech about the anthropology of chimpanzees. She tells Phil that chimps murder each other whereas she praises bonobos for their ability to empathise.

What is she saying to Phil I sometimes think youre not human? Q5: Pages 24-26 One A Wood. Characters: LOU, JOHN TATE AND DANNY RICHARD, CATHY AND BRIAN MARK AND JAN, PHIL AND LEAH What is the writer asking us to think about through Leah saying that chimps are closely related to bonobos? A chimpll just find itself on

the outside of the group and before he knows its happening its being hounded to death by the others, sometimes for months. What is the writer saying about humanity? Find some quotes to match each picture. Bonobo Chimp Does the group more closely resemble bonobos or chimps? Why do you say that?

a chimpll just find itself on the outside of a group and before he knows its happening its being hounded to death by the others, sometimes for months Q W E R

T Y QUESTION - link your answer to the focus of the task WRITER - remember that the characters only do what the writer makes them do! EVIDENCE - Use quotations from the text READER - what effect do the events/ issues have on the reader? TECHNIQUES - language/ structure YOUR RESPONSE - explore your own ideas/ your reaction to the text

Q W E R T Y

Have a go at writing a QWERTY paragraph, using your notes so far. Does the group more closely resemble bonobos or chimps? Why do you say that? Extension: Keep on writing! Each paragraph you produce should use QWERTY. Q W }

One of the ways Kelly... Another way... Leah is also shown to be... The writer suggests... When he is first described... E This is shown when it says, ___... An example of this is when Kelly writes, ___... For example, ___ R This makes the reader think... This suggests to the

reader... The reader will think... This implies... This suggests... T The use of the simile... The writers word choice... The repetition of the word ___... The alliteration of... This word has strong connotations of... Y This suggests... This implies... This links to...

Learning Objective To identify key quotes for Act 1. To analyse the characters of John Tate, Leah and Phil in Act 1. Pages 21-26 Key Quotes? Over to you... Why are these quotes significant? Add notes to the character pages for John Tate, Phil and

Leah. Learning Objective To analyse the first section of Act 2 and identify its effects and meanings. To use drama to explore pages 28-30 further. A street A wood

A field Pick a Part! Stage directions: Lou: Mark: Danny: Jan:

Richard: Leah: Cathy: Phil: Brian: Q1: Pages 27-30 Two A Street.

Characters: MARK JAN Who are Mark and Jan talking about? Qs 2 & 3: Pages 27-30 Two A Field. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN What does Leah see as the beauty of life? How does she feel when she realises Phil

doesnt feel the same? Why does Leah admit (or lie about) killing her pet? What does this tell us about her? Qs 4 & 5: Pages 27-30 Two A Field. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN What do we learn about John Tate? (We dont see him again.) What does it say about Phil that he can

calmly eat sweets as the others are falling apart with the guilt? Work in pairs to present the end of this scene (p28-30) Work in pairs to present the end of this scene (p28-30) Focus especially on Leahs attempt to make Phil react by talking about killing the pet with no reaction. However, the mention of Adams appeal makes him look up.

Learning Objective To analyse the rest of Act 2 and identify its effects and meanings. To analyse Phils actions in more detail. Pages 31-39 Two A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL LOU AND DANNY RICHARD AND CATHY

JAN, MARK AND BRIAN (p33) How does Leah calm Danny down? What does Richard reveal? Pages 31-39 Two A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL LOU AND DANNY RICHARD AND CATHY

JAN, MARK AND BRIAN (p33-36) What does Cathy admit? What does the audience think of her? Pages 31-39 Two A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL LOU AND DANNY RICHARD AND CATHY

JAN, MARK AND BRIAN (p37) How does Brian react to what he is asked to do? Look back at his line on page 17 I think we should tell someone. Is he the weak link? Why? Pages 31-39 Two A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL LOU AND DANNY

RICHARD AND CATHY JAN, MARK AND BRIAN (p38) How does Phil persuade Brian? Compare his methods with John Tates threat to hurt Richard (p14). Pages 31-39 Two A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL

LOU AND DANNY RICHARD AND CATHY JAN, MARK AND BRIAN (p39) Is Phil calculating and callous? Is he trying to keep them out of trouble or is he enjoying the power? Pages 27-39 Key Quotes Leah: Why do you think I did that? Leah: Phil? Any... any thoughts? Any words, any comments, any... ideas, any, any, any...thing? At all?

Danny: Well, theres the teeth as well. Cathy: Richard, we showed initiative. Why are these quotes significant? Brian: I cant go in there, dont make me go in there... PHIL walks over to Brian and lays a hand on his shoulder. Phil: Youll land on Adams corpse and youll rot together. Phil: Richardll take you. Pages 39-41 Two

A Field. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL were doomed to behave like people before us did what is the significance of this quote? What is the effect of her calling his name ten times? Is this the beginning of the end for their relationship? Or does your knowledge of Phil in Act 4 suggest something in him is changing? Phils Food Why is Phil always eating? What does it represent?

Q W E R T Y

QUESTION - link your answer to the focus of the task WRITER - remember that the characters only do what the writer makes them do! EVIDENCE - Use quotations from the text READER - what effect do the events/ issues have on the reader? TECHNIQUES - language/ structure YOUR RESPONSE - explore your own ideas/ your reaction to the text Q W

E R T Y Have a go at writing a QWERTY paragraph, using your notes so far. Why is Phil always eating?

What does it represent? Extension: Keep on writing! Each paragraph you produce should use QWERTY. Q W } One of the ways Kelly... Another way... Leah is also shown to be... The writer suggests... When he is first described...

E This is shown when it says, ___... An example of this is when Kelly writes, ___... For example, ___ R This makes the reader think... This suggests to the reader... The reader will think... This implies... This suggests... T

The use of the simile... The writers word choice... The repetition of the word ___... The alliteration of... This word has strong connotations of... Y This suggests... This implies... This links to... Learning Objective To analyse the Act 3 and identify its effects and meanings. To analyse the final scene of Act 3 in more detail and understand its

significance. A street A wood A field Pick a Part! Stage directions: A Boy:

Mark: Lou: Jan: Cathy: Leah: Brian: Phil:

Pages 42-44 Three A Street. Characters: JAN AND MARK Once again the audience are left guessing. Who are Jan and Mark talking about? Pages 44-46 Three A Field. Characters:

LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN Why does Leah say she is leaving in so many different ways? Why does she stay? Q1: Pages 47-53 Three A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN CATHY, BRIAN AND LOU A BOY

What do we learn from Adams account? How is portrayed as a rebirth/resurrection as a new me (52)? How is his name significant? Q2: Pages 47-53 Three A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN CATHY, BRIAN AND LOU

A BOY What does Adams reappearance mean for the group and the future? Q3: Pages 47-53 Three A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN CATHY, BRIAN AND LOU A BOY

Adam says Im not coming back. How does this foreshadow what happens next? Qs 4 & 5: Pages 47-53 Three A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN CATHY, BRIAN AND LOU A BOY

How has Brian reacted to Adams reappearance? What seems to have changed in Cathy? How is she Brians opposite? Pages 42-53 Key Quotes Mark: Cathy found him in the woods Leah: Did you know that theyve put Brian on medication? Brian: I found him. Brian: Dont they eat earth somewhere? Shall we eat the earth? Cathy: I used violence. Suddenly CATHY slaps him. Adam: ... a new me. Adam: Im... dead?

Why are these quotes significant? Pages 53-59 Three A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN CATHY, BRIAN AND LOU ADAM

Leah takes control of the questioning. When she asks the question what are we going to do? Phil steps in. How quickly does the audience realise what he is suggesting? Pages 53-59 Three A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN CATHY, BRIAN AND LOU ADAM

(page 54) What do you think of Phils body language and facial expressions here? (page 55) Why does he send the others away? Is he threatening? Pages 53-59 Three A Wood. Characters: LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN

CATHY, BRIAN AND LOU ADAM (page 55) Why does Leah openly argue with Phil, we cant just leave him up here? Is this the end of their relationship? What does Phils line: Im in charge tell us? Pages 53-59 Three A Wood. Characters:

LEAH AND PHIL MARK AND JAN CATHY, BRIAN AND LOU ADAM (page 56-7) How has Cathys role changed? (page 58) Why is Brian sent with Cathy? Pages 58-59 Three A Field.

Characters: LEAH AND PHIL Why is there complete silence? Why does Leah leave when Phil tries to show physical affection? What is the significance of Phil speaking to Leah but getting no response? Q W E

R T Y QUESTION - link your answer to the focus of the task WRITER - remember that the characters only do what the writer makes them do! EVIDENCE - Use quotations from the text READER - what effect do the events/ issues have on the reader?

TECHNIQUES - language/ structure YOUR RESPONSE - explore your own ideas/ your reaction to the text Q W E R T

Y Have a go at writing a QWERTY paragraph to answer one of the below questions on pages 58-59. 1. Why is there complete silence? 2. Why does Leah leave when Phil tries to show physical affection? 3. What is the significance of Phil speaking to Leah but getting no response? Extension: Pick another questions and keep on writing! Each paragraph you produce should use QWERTY.

Q W } One of the ways Kelly... Another way... Leah is also shown to be... The writer suggests... When he is first described... E This is shown when it says, ___... An example of this is when Kelly writes, ___... For example, ___

R This makes the reader think... This suggests to the reader... The reader will think... This implies... This suggests... T The use of the simile... The writers word choice... The repetition of the word ___... The alliteration of... This word has strong connotations of...

Y This suggests... This implies... This links to... Learning Objective To identify key quotes for Act 3. To analyse the characters of John Tate, Leah and Phil in Act 3. Pages 53-59 Key Quotes? Over to you... Why are these quotes

significant? Add notes to the character pages for John Tate, Phil and Leah. Learning Objective To understand the role of Jan and Mark as a chorus. To analyse the final scene of the play and understand its significance.

A street A wood Pick a Part! Stage directions: Richard: Phil: A field

Pages 60-61 Four A Street. Characters: JAN AND MARK Jan and Mark act as the chorus commenting on the action that has taken place and bringing the audience up to the moment. Who has left, and how do they feel about it? The Greek Chorus The chorus in Greek theatre were people who would come on stage between

acts- when the actors had to leave the stage, the chorus would come on. They were supposed to be a representation of society and spoke as the ideal spectator by providing advice, opinions, questions to the audience and actors. Their main function, however, was as a narrator to tell stories and provide information about events that had happened off-stage. They were there to bridge the gap between the audience and the actors, and to intensify the emotions of the play. How does this fit the characters of Jan and Mark? Pages 61-64

Pages 61-64 Four A Field. Characters: RICHARD PHIL How has Phil changed? Why does Richard shake Phil by the shoulders? Does he really want him back? What does Richard mean when he says: There are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on Brighton beach? Q

W E R T Y QUESTION - link your answer to the focus of the task WRITER - remember that the characters only do what the

writer makes them do! EVIDENCE - Use quotations from the text READER - what effect do the events/ issues have on the reader? TECHNIQUES - language/ structure YOUR RESPONSE - explore your own ideas/ your reaction to the text Q W E

R T Y Have a go at writing a QWERTY paragraph to answer one of the below questions on pages 61-64. 1. How has Phil changed? 2. Why does Richard shake Phil by the shoulders? Does he really want him back?

3. What does Richard mean when he says: There are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on Brighton beach? Extension: Pick another questions and keep on writing! Each paragraph you produce should use QWERTY. Q W } One of the ways Kelly... Another way... Leah is also shown to be... The writer suggests... When he is first

described... E This is shown when it says, ___... An example of this is when Kelly writes, ___... For example, ___ R This makes the reader think... This suggests to the reader... The reader will think... This implies... This suggests...

T The use of the simile... The writers word choice... The repetition of the word ___... The alliteration of... This word has strong connotations of... Y This suggests... This implies... This links to... Learning Objective To identify key quotes for Act 4. To analyse the characters of

John Tate, Leah and Phil in Act 4. Pages 60-64 Key Quotes Richard: Phil! Phil, watch this! Phil, watch me, watch me, Phil! wasnt it good when Phil was running the show? John Tates found God. Cathy doesnt care. Shes too busy running things. Dangerous game. I feel sorry for Lou. PHIL goes back to staring at nothing. How do you think theyre living, Phil? How do you think theyre living? Why are these quotes

significant? Add notes to the character pages for John Tate, Phil and Leah. Learning Objective To review the Assessment Objectives for this CA. To understand the three options for this CA. To identify which characters are powerful and which are weak in different scenes.

Controlled Assessment Tasks for GCSE English Language Unit 3 part a: Understanding Written Texts (extended reading) You will have up to 4 hours controlled assessment time Aim for an upper word limit of 1200 words The piece is worth 15% of your English GCSE Include and analyse quotations and support your points with detailed textual evidence.

AO3 (i) Read and understand texts, selecting material appropriate to purpose. (ii) Develop and sustain interpretations of writers ideas and perspectives. (iii) Explain and evaluate how writers use linguistic, grammatical, structural and presentational features to achieve effects and engage and influence the reader. The writers ideas and

attitudes (i.e. what is he saying?) How the writer uses language and structure to achieve effects and engage the audience. Can you answer these questions now? What kind of leaders are there in this play?

What would this look like on stage? What is the writer trying to say? Which characters are powerful? Which are weak? [Explore different parts of a text to show the development of an idea or theme.]

You have a choice of three questions: Explore the ways the writer presents power and weakness in characters in DNA. How do different characters show their power or lack of it? Refer to the play as a whole to develop your analysis. (lower level) Explore the ways the writer presents the nature of leadership in DNA, focusing particularly on the power and/or weakness of the characters. (intermediate level) Explore the ways the writer presents the relationship between Leah and Phil in DNA, focusing particularly on their power over one another. Consider how their relationship changes through the play. (higher level) Power and Weakness Using the hierarchy cards you have been given, decide who is at

the top and who is at the bottom of the power pyramid at different points in the play, i.e. who has power and who is weak. Act 1 start: Act 2 start : Act 1 end: Act 2 end: Act 3 start : Act 4 start :

Act 3 end: Act 4 end: Power and Weakness Which characters are powerful? Which are weak? How does Kelly show this power or weakness? Think about: what they say (language) what they do (stage directions) how they interact with the other characters their differences and similarities to the other characters Work in small groups to track your given character through the

play. Make notes on each of the above areas and prepare a presentation and handout to deliver to the class. These notes will form the basis of all three essays! Learning Objective To choose a question to answer. To start to plan an answer. Time to choose a question! You have a choice of three questions: Explore the ways the writer presents power and weakness in characters in DNA. How do different characters show their power or lack of it?

Refer to the play as a whole to develop your analysis. (lower level) Explore the ways the writer presents the nature of leadership in DNA, focusing particularly on the power and/or weakness of the characters. (intermediate level) Explore the ways the writer presents the relationship between Leah and Phil in DNA, focusing particularly on their power over one another. Consider how their relationship changes through the play. (higher level) Power and Weakness Your Resources for Planning 1. 2. 3. 4.

The handouts from the power presentations last lesson The question handout + theme, language & character sheets Your notes from previous lessons The assessment objectives and mark scheme Leadership Your Resources for Planning 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

The handouts from the power presentations last lesson Social hierarchy task The question handout + theme, language & character sheets Your notes from previous lessons The assessment objectives and mark scheme Phil and Leah Your Resources for Planning 1. 2. 3. 4. The handouts from the power presentations last lesson

The question handout + theme, language & character sheets (Leah and Phil) Your notes from previous lessons The assessment objectives and mark scheme How does this help us to write a higher level response? QUESTION - link your answer to the focus of the task WRITER - remember that the characters only do what the writer makes them do! EVIDENCE - Use quotations from the text READER - what effect do the events/ issues have on the reader? TECHNIQUES - language/ structure

YOUR RESPONSE - explore your own ideas/ your reaction to the text USING QWERTY TO WRITE A HIGHER LEVEL RESPONSE Q W E R

T Y Success Criteria: D grade: C grade: B grade: Q

W E R T Y Q W

E R T Y Q W }

One of the ways Kelly... Another way... Leah is also shown to be... The writer suggests... When he is first described... E This is shown when it says, ___... An example of this is when Kelly writes, ___... For example, ___ R This makes the reader think... This suggests to the reader... The reader will think... This implies... This

suggests... T The use of the simile... The writers word choice... The repetition of the word ___... The alliteration of... This word has strong connotations of... Y This suggests... This implies... This links to...

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