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An Inspector Calls. An Inspector Calls. Historical Context Theatre in 1946. 1hr 30. English Literature. /60. H/W for Thursday. Create a fact sheet that details the ‘historical context’ of British Life in 1912 Focus on The role of women The class system Work and Industry.

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    1. An Inspector Calls

    2. An Inspector Calls Historical Context Theatre in 1946

    3. 1hr 30 English Literature /60

    4. H/W for Thursday • Create a fact sheet that details the ‘historical context’ of British Life in 1912 • Focus on • The role of women • The class system • Work and Industry

    5. 1912

    6. Using the notes you have made from watching Titanic, explain and describe the differences between rich and poor in 1912.

    7. An Inspector CallsWritten in 1946, set in 1912. Why?

    8. 19122010

    9. Theatre in 1940’s • More money spent on productions • Expensive costumes and props • Male and female actors • Heavy use of lighting and setting • TV not common – plays used to get a moral across. • Popularity of theatre meant your message would reach a large audience

    10. An Inspector Calls

    11. Crime Investigation / Mystery Story

    12. Who is who in the play? • Set in 1912. • Set in the dining room or a large house.

    13. Using the notes you have made from watching Titanic, explain and describe the differences between rich and poor in 1912.

    14. 1hr 30 English Literature /60

    15. H/W for Thursday • Create a fact sheet that details the ‘historical context’ of British Life in 1912 • Focus on • The role of women • The class system • Work and Industry

    16. Act One Phase One

    17. Characters in the scene • (Arthur) Birling • Mrs. (Sybil) B. • Shelia • Eric • Gerald (Croft)

    18. At the start of Act 1: • The set is described in the stage directions. • It is evening. We are in the Birling’s dining room. • The Birling family have just finished a celebration dinner, and are relaxing.

    19. 3 Quotes that show wealth and how they show it.(C)

    20. Act One Phase One

    21. Characters in the scene • (Arthur) Birling • Mrs. (Sybil) B. • Shelia • Eric • Gerald (Croft)

    22. At the start of Act 1: • The set is described in the stage directions. • It is evening. We are in the Birling’s dining room. • The Birling family have just finished a celebration dinner, and are relaxing.

    23. Quotes that show wealth and why

    24. Quotes that show the mood is relaxed and happy

    25. Line that shows it might get tense later:

    26. First Impressions Birling

    27. Sybil (Mrs. B)

    28. Sheila

    29. Eric

    30. Gerald

    31. The perfect A grade paragraph… Curley is an aggressive character, “Curley lashed his body around”. This shows how Curley spins around angrily to shout at George.(C) The word ‘lashed’ suggests he is quick and angry. (B) The way Steinbeck introduces Curley as an aggressive character at such an early stage of the novel suggests to the reader he will be a trouble maker. (A)

    32. “…and he walked heavily, dragging his feet a little, the way a bear drags his paws.” What it shows – C Any Language? – B Why at this stage of the text? - A

    33. Your A grade paragraph… X is a very W character, “QUOTE”. The word Y suggests Z. The way Steinbeck introduces X as a W character at such an early stage in the novel suggests V.

    34. Write a perfect paragraph about Birling X is a very W character, “QUOTE”. The word Y suggests Z. The way Priestley introduces X as a W character at such an early stage in the novel suggests V.

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    41. Inspector Goole