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Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn...Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn... Extended

Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn...Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn... Extended Essay Othello Lesson 9 LQ: Can I explore Shakespeares development of Othello? Form: play, drama, genre, tragedy, hubris, hamartia, Contexts: historical, social, cultural, race, religion, gender, Venice, Cyprus, attitude, audiences Structure, language, juxtaposition, split lines, pentameter, relationships, love, fraternity How many journeys relate to Othello the man? Setting Venice Emilia Obedience to Iago

Cypru s Anger and hostility towards Iago Othello Trust Jealousy Ext: Can you use evidence from throughout the play to support your ideas? Extended Essay Text 1: Othello Starter: Some critics describe Othello as a play of journeys, for example LQ: Can I explore Shakespeares development of Othello? B4 Outstanding

Excellent Progress: you will explore structure, form, language, themes and contexts, commenting on specific aspects with reference to how characters could be interpreted. Good Progress: you will show awareness of 2 B structure, form, language, themes and contexts, and comment on specific aspects with reference to how characters could be interpreted B3 Extended Essay Text 1: Othello Progress: you will confidently explore and evaluate through detailed and sophisticated critical analysis how writers use these aspects to create meaning. LQ: Can I explore Shakespeares development of Othello? The Big Picture

Extended Essay Text 1: Othello LQ: Can I explore Shakespeares development of Othello? B4 Outstanding Excellent Progress: you will explore structure, form, language, themes and contexts, commenting on specific aspects with reference to how characters could be interpreted. Good Progress: you will show awareness of 2 B structure, form, language, themes and contexts, and comment on specific aspects with reference to how characters could be interpreted B3 Extended Essay Text 1: Othello Progress: you will confidently explore through detailed and sophisticated critical analysis how writers use these aspects to create characters and meaning.

Form: play, drama, genre, tragedy, hubris, hamartia, Contexts: historical, social, cultural, race, religion, gender, Venice, Cyprus, attitude, audiences Structure, language, juxtaposition, split lines, pentameter, relationships, love, fraternity This is the first chance for the audience to see into his mind and find out what he thinks about Iagos honest insinuations. In pairs, take responsibility for one of the sections: What do you find interesting in what he says, how he might say it, and how it relates to what has gone before (in terms of content, attitude and language/imagery)? LQ: Can I explore Shakespeares development of Othello? Extended Essay Text 1: Othello Read through Othellos soliloquy from Act III (lines 262-283, in sections on your handout). Form: play, drama, genre, tragedy, hubris, hamartia, Contexts: historical, social, cultural, race, religion, gender, Venice, Cyprus, attitude, audiences

Structure, language, juxtaposition, split lines, pentameter, relationships, love, fraternity Closer analysis: Othellos language and state of mind. Annotate your extract to show: What Shakespeare's language reveals about Othellos character How the language has changed in the course of the play. Read over the annotated example from Act 4 Scene 1 to help LQ: Can I explore Shakespeares development of Othello? Extended Essay Text 1: Othello Read through the extract your group has been given (either from Act 1 Scene 3, or Act 5 Scene 2). Form: play, drama, genre, tragedy, hubris, hamartia, Contexts: historical, social, cultural, race, religion, gender, Venice, Cyprus, attitude, audiences Structure, language, juxtaposition, split lines, pentameter,

Outstanding Progress: you will relationships, love, fraternity Present your findings to another group. Annotate the other speech as the other group presents to you. How much progress have you made? LQ: Can I explore Shakespeares development of Othello? Extended Essay Text 1: Othello Feedback confidently explore through detailed and sophisticated critical analysis how writers use these aspects to create characters and meaning. Excellent Progress: you will explore structure, form, language, themes and contexts, commenting

on specific aspects with reference to how characters could be interpreted. Good Progress: you will show awareness of structure, form, language, themes and contexts, and comment on specific aspects with reference to how characters could be interpreted Plenary: Do you agree or disagree with these readings? Use evidence to support your answers. Ext: Can you use evidence from throughout the play to support your ideas? Othellos tragedy is that he lives according to a set of stories through which he interprets the world an ideology but it is a world that has been superseded. He cannot see that this is so, and the contradictions within his ideology destroy him. He is living the life of a chivalric warrior in a world run by money and self-interest. Sean McEvoy

Extended Essay Text 1: Othello Othellos nature is all of one piece. His trust, where he trusts is absolute. Hesitation is almost impossible to him. He is extremely self reliant, and decides and acts instantaneously. If stirred to indignationhe answers with one lightning stroke. Love, if he loves, must be to him the heaven where either he must live or bear no life. If such a passion as jealousy seizes him, it will swell into an incontrollable flood. A.C. Bradley He really is, beyond any question, the nobly massive man of action, the captain of men, he sees himself as beingin short, a habit of selfapproving, self-dramatisation is an essential element in Othellos makeup. F.R. Leavis

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