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Band 5 candidates demonstrate

Here are the assessment objectives for this assessment. You can write a brilliant essay but it will count for nothing if it doesn’t hit these…

AO1 Respond to texts critically and imaginatively, select and evaluate textual detail to illustrate and support

interpretations

AO2 Explain how language, structure and form contribute

to writers’ presentation of ideas, themes and settings

AO3 Make comparisons and explain links between texts,

evaluating writers’ different ways of expressing meaning

and achieving effects

AO4 Relate texts to their social, cultural and historical

contexts; explain how texts have been influential and

significant to self and other readers in different contexts at

different times


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A full marks answer will be characterised by being SOPHISTICATED, IMAGINATIVE and PERCEPTIVE

  • Band 5 Candidates demonstrate:

  • Sophisticatedengagement with writers’ ideas and attitudes. They develop sophisticated interpretations using imaginativelyselectedsupporting textual detail

  • Sophisticated analysis of aspects of language and structure

  • Perceptive and imaginative exploration of links/comparisons

  • between texts

  • Perceptive and imaginative comment on the significance of the contexts.

  • Multi-modal submissions demonstrate sophisticated responses which illuminate the texts.


Explore the ways characters are influenced by their surroundings in the texts you have studied

The task and the task converted into a title to fit our texts

Explore the ways characters are influenced by their surroundings in the texts you have studied.

Explore the relationship between the settings presented in Macbeth and Frankenstein and the behaviour of the main characters


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Explore the relationship between the settings presented in Macbeth and Frankenstein and the behaviour of the main characters

Macbeth – Public

Frankenstein – Gothic

Macbeth – Private

Frankenstein – Romantic Setting


Today we focus on ideas and attitudes

Today we focus on Ideas and Attitudes


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Macbeth – Public

Formal

Impressive

Calm

Focus on order

Frankenstein – Gothic

Trapped

Panic

Fevered/ill

Mentally disturbance

Emotional

Frankenstein – Romantic Setting

Awe and wonder

Size and scale

Mental peace

Intellectual

Macbeth – Private

Panic

Mental Disturbance

Religion

The supernatural

Death and Violence


We have completed chapter 5

We have completed Chapter 5

Now take a row each of the ideas grid

Read Chapter 10 and allocate the ideas you are responsible for to the relevant lines.

It may be best to do this a paragraph at a time

You will need to share your findings…


Over to macbeth

Over to Macbeth

Let’s start with the PUBLIC Macbeth.

Macbeth has his guard up in public; he is either a high ranking lord or King.

In pairs, one person should read the text and the other the translation. Then, together, decide what ideas, themes etc are present.


Now switch to the private

Now switch to the Private

Here, predictably, we get a totally different and more reliable insight into Macbeth’s character. He is tortured and full of anxiety and fear.

Swap roles and read the two extracts.

Again, spot the issues and ideas coming out.


At the most basic level this is the answer just find quotes to support each point

At the most basic level, this is the answer.Just find quotes to support each point.

Macbeth – Public

Formal

Impressive

Calm

Focus on order

Frankenstein – Gothic

Trapped

Panic

Fevered/ill

Mentally disturbance

Emotional

Frankenstein – Romantic Setting

Awe and wonder

Size and scale

Mental peace

Intellectual

Macbeth – Private

Panic

Mental Disturbance

Religion

The supernatural

Death and Violence


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