The wooing scene w hat can you infer about katherine and petruchio in the scene where he woos her
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The Wooing Scene: W hat can you infer about Katherine and Petruchio in the scene where he woos her? . Based on what you know about Petruchio , select a chat-up line that he might use to woo Katherine. Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?

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The wooing scene w hat can you infer about katherine and petruchio in the scene where he woos her

The Wooing Scene: What can you infer about Katherine and Petruchio in the scene where he woos her?


Based on what you know about petruchio select a chat up line that he might use to woo katherine

Based on what you know about Petruchio, select a chat-up line that he might use to woo Katherine

  • Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?

  • I may not be the best looking guy here, but I'm the only one talking to you.

  • Hi, the voices in my head told me to come talk to you.

  • You're so sweet, you're gonna put sugar out of business.

  • I've had quite a bit to drink ... and you're beginning to look pretty good.


Language technique

Language Technique

Innuendo- an indirect statement or hint, usually referring to someone’s character or reputation.

*Usually quite suggestive (naughty) and meant to be clever or funny.


The wooing scene read 113 135

The Wooing Scene: Read 113-135

Select a quote that tells the audience that:

  • Katherine is witty (clever)

  • Katherine is angry

  • Katherine is ………………. (you choose an adjective)

  • Petruchio is a …………. (you choose a noun)

  • Find an example of innuendo from “The Wooing scene” and record it in your notebook. What does this show about the character?

  • Challenge – What techniques has Shakespeare used to entertain the audience? E.g. repetition


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