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  1. In comparing your two texts you will have become aware of how the contexts of the texts have shaped their form and meaning, of more interest perhaps, is a comparison of the values associated with each text. How the place / time period / social (rich or poor, educated or uneducated, social class / clothing / occupation / languageof the composers / texts of Taming of the Shrew and 10 things I hate about you have created their text-type (play vs film)– as well as affecting the composer’s choice of language, dramatic and film techniques to show similar ideas / attitudes / values associated with each text.

  2. You will analyse the language forms and features –and the film techniques – of each text to find the ideaswhich are “similar”and the ideas that are “different”– between the 2 texts and the 2 contexts • Ideas: • The characterisation of both Katerina and Petruchio/ Kat and Patrick • The power of money to motivate deceitful actions • Sibling rivalry between sisters • Competitive nature of men • Men’s expectations that women should “obey” them • The assumption that women must be “well-behaved” / sweet / mild / agreeable • Any other issues you feel are relevant to answering the question • How close things are to each other / how distant things are to each-other / connectedness / similarities / differences / • place / time period / social (rich or poor, educated or uneducated, social class / clothing / occupation / language style

  3. Write your thesis statement: • How the place / time period / social (rich or poor, educated or uneducated, social class / clothing / occupation / languageof • the composers / texts of Taming of the Shrew and 10 things I hate about you have created their text-type (play vs film)– • as well as affecting the composer’s choice of language, dramatic and film techniques • to show similar ideas / attitudes / values associated with each text. In comparing your two texts you will have become aware of how the contexts of the texts have shaped their form and meaning, of more interest perhaps, is a comparison of the values associated with each text. The different contexts of Shakespeare’s 1590 play The Taming of the Shrew and Gunger’s 1999 film 10 Things I Hate About You have affected both the textual form and the ideas shown in each text.

  4. Analysis for Essay: • Idea: The assumption that women must be “well-behaved” / sweet / mild / agreeable Scene/evidence: act 1 sc 1 – Shrew“Is it your will to make me a stale of me amongst your mates?” Kat “No mates for you, Unless you were of gentler, milder mould” Hortensio Techniques: assonance / metaphor (stale/whore) / rhetorical question / pun and repetition (mates) / conditional (unless) / emotive language / alliteration Effect: shows that, in the time and place of Elizabethan society, women were not attractive if they were not gentle and mild. Scene: The opening scene – 10 things… Techniques Effect Link to Thesis Statement

  5. Analysis for Essay: • Idea: Sibling rivalry between sisters • Scene: The 2nd scene – Shrew…. Techniques: Effect: Scene: The scene where Kat and Bianca argue about dating with their Dad – 10 things… Techniques Effect Link to Thesis Statement

  6. Analysis for Essay: • Idea: The power of money to motivate deceitful actions • Scene: The 2nd scene – Shrew…. Techniques: Effect: Scene: The scene where Kat and Bianca argue about dating with their Dad – 10 things… Techniques Effect Link to Thesis Statement