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TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition , alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric, proleptic irony CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, g ender equality, segregation, marginalisation , segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy.

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Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric, proleptic irony

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

Gender, Violence, Misogyny

LQ:Can I articulate how Blanche and Stanley’s struggles for identity is presented in the violent climactic scene?


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

Gender, race, class and alienation

LQ: Can I articulate how Blanche and Stanley’s struggles for identity is presented in the violent climactic scene?

Use the blog:

Justuslearning.com > blog >

+ search “Streetcar”


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive and detailed analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context to illuminate alternative interpretations

EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context

GOOD PROGRESS: I can articulate my analysis of the ways the language, structure and form of the play present struggles


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

Watch the scene (10) from the film, while following and annotating the text.

EXT: What struggle does Stanley seem to have?


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive and detailed analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context to illuminate alternative interpretations

How does Williams present struggle for identity in the climactic scene of A Streetcar Named Desire?

Main Task 1:

Each pair has one quotation from the scene.

Decide which struggle it presents?

EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context

KEY INGREDIENTS:

Point to answer question, Quotation, Technique, development of quotation with futher embedded quotations, social context


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive and detailed analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context to illuminate alternative interpretations

How does Williams present struggle for identity in the climactic scene of A Streetcar Named Desire?

Main Task 1:

Each pair has one quotation from the scene.

2. Annotate the language/form/structure used

EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context

KEY INGREDIENTS:

Point to answer question, Quotation, Technique, development of quotation with futher embedded quotations, social context


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive and detailed analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context to illuminate alternative interpretations

How does Williams present struggle for identity in the climactic scene of A Streetcar Named Desire?

Main Task 1:

Each pair has one quotation from the scene.

3. Link this to any quotation from the scene that further develops your opinion on the struggle being illustrated…

EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context

KEY INGREDIENTS:

Point to answer question, Quotation, Technique, development of quotation with futher embedded quotations, social context


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive and detailed analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context to illuminate alternative interpretations

How does Williams present struggle for identity in the climactic scene of A Streetcar Named Desire?

Main Task 1:

Each pair has one quotation from the scene.

4. Add the social context (what has influenced his writing? Or what influences the audience’s reception of the text).

EXT: how does the FORM add to the effect?

EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context

KEY INGREDIENTS:

Point to answer question, Quotation, Technique, development of quotation with futher embedded quotations, social context


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive and detailed analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context to illuminate alternative interpretations

How does Williams present struggle for identity in the climactic scene of A Streetcar Named Desire?

Main Task 2:

Write one paragraph based on your quotation to answer the question

EXT: can you use sophisticated language?

EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context

KEY INGREDIENTS:

Point to answer question, Quotation, Technique, development of quotation with futher embedded quotations, social context


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive and detailed analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context to illuminate alternative interpretations

How does Williams present struggle for identity in the climactic scene of A Streetcar Named Desire?

Main Task 3:

NOW ROTATE to next pair/group

Improve the paragraph in front of you

EXT: can you use sophisticated language?

EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context

KEY INGREDIENTS:

Point to answer question, Quotation, Technique, development of quotation with futher embedded quotations, social context


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive and detailed analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context to illuminate alternative interpretations

How does Williams present struggle for identity in the climactic scene of A Streetcar Named Desire?

Main Task 4:

NOW ROTATE to next pair/group

Can you now link the paragraph in front of you to wider reading?

Write a short paragraph explaining the wider reading connection

EXT: can you use sophisticated language?

EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context

KEY INGREDIENTS:

Point to answer question, Quotation, Technique, development of quotation with futher embedded quotations, social context


Gender violence misogyny

TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor, personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric

CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, equality, gender equality, segregation, marginalisation, segregation, discrimination, alienation, polygamy

CONTEXTUAL TERMS: colonisation, independence, missionaries, post-colonial, racism, Empire, Victorian, Igbo, traditional custom

STRUGGLES: race, cultural domination, alienation, religion

OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive and detailed analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context to illuminate alternative interpretations

Peer assess – decide which are best and why.

EXT: can you set yourselves targets to ensure you improve your own paragraph writing style?

EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I can articulate perceptive analysis of the ways the language, structure and form present struggles in the play, using my knowledge of social and historical context

KEY INGREDIENTS:

Point to answer question, Quotation, Technique, development of quotation with futher embedded quotations, social context


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