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‘The primary interest here is a morbid fascination with how the characters manage to survive their experiences.’ Discuss. Extension Task: What comment do you think Bronte is trying to make?. Learning Objectives:. Focus:

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Learning objectives

‘The primary interest here is a morbid fascination with how the characters manage to survive their experiences.’ Discuss.Extension Task:What comment do you think Bronte is trying to make?


Learning objectives

Learning Objectives:

Focus:

Using ‘Wuthering Heights’ page 4 as your starting point from “Wuthering Heights is the name...” to “But, Mr Heathcliff forms a singular...” on page 5. Explore the ways in which writers use setting to create interest for the reader.

What are my stages for planning a response?


Wider understanding

Wider Understanding


Relevant and appropriate textual detail

Relevant and Appropriate Textual Detail


Activity

Activity

  • You have ten minutes to find all the references you can to setting.


Penistone crags

Penistone Crags are desolate landscapes of rocks.

Penistone Crags

  • The one place where characters are free to be themselves is out on the moors- Penistone Crags.

  • This location is predominantly associated with Catherine and Heathcliff.

  • In the spring flowers bloom among the rocks and beauty appears. It is the place that Cathy and Heathcliff go to escape Hindley. They are both free spirited as children. The place signifies their innocence and raw needs. It also represents the beautiful side of their love.


Setting connections throughout the book

Setting – Connections throughout the book

  • Chapter 12 – A delirious Catherine talks about Penistone Crags

  • Chapter 13 – When Catherine lays dying she longs to return to the Moors

  • Chapter 18 – Young Cathy talks about Penistone Crags

  • Chapter 22 – Young Catherine remembers happy childhood memories swinging in her favourite tree

  • Chapter 24 – Young Catherine and Linton quarrel about their favourite ways of spending an afternoon on the Moors

  • Final Chapter – Heathcliff is buried but his and Catherine’s ghost continues to be seen on Penistone Crags

    Find evidence from each chapter which highlights the importance of the setting.


How is the weather used in the text

How is the weather used in the text?

  • To reflect and echo the moods of the characters

  • As a metaphor for characters’ emotions

  • To mark a dramatic change of some sorts

    Find evidence from the text for each of the above.

Pathetic Fallacy


Timed writing exercise interesting opening introduction

Timed Writing Exercise – Interesting opening introduction?

Focus:

Using ‘Wuthering Heights’ page 4 as your starting point from “Wuthering Heights is the name...” to “But, Mr Heathcliff forms a singular...” page 5. Explore the ways in which writers use setting to create interest for the reader.


Learning objectives

Peer Assessment


Learning objectives

  • Homework Task

  • Due: Friday 7th December

  • To create a revision guide for an AS Literature student which covers the following areas:

  • Describe the setting of the Yorkshire moors.

  • Describe the houses Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange. Include descriptions of architecture and the surrounding landscape.

  • How do the houses reflect their inhabitants?

  • Do the houses symbolize their inhabitants? Give examples.

  • How do the settings influence the novel’s characters?


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