Thursday Lunchtime – Poetry/Macbeth – Miss Fawcett Room 25
Thursday Lunchtime – Blood Brothers/ Macbeth/ Poetry/ J&H – Mrs Maher
Thursday Morning – Poetry / LOTF/ Jane Eyre / Macbeth – Room 25 – Mrs McHale
Thursday After School – J&H / Poetry / An Inspector Calls / Macbeth – Mrs Pearson
Thursday After School – Blood Brothers – Miss McKenzie / Mrs Cullis – Room 17-18
We will let you know on the blog by Wednesday what we are covering in the sessions that run more than one topic.
Watch the link above and complete notes using the file attached below:
- Draw around your two hands on a double page of your book. In each of the fingers find quotations that show the two sides of his personality. Then give an explanation to what this suggests about him.
- Zoom in on the AO2 – What language devices are used?
- On the one hand Dr Jekyll is well respected and intelligent. Therefore fill this hand with quotations representing the good in Jekyll.
- On the other hand Dr Jekyll is unpredictable and has a darker side. Fill this hand with quotations that illustrate that, even as Jekyll, he is a disturbed character.
Some Jekyll Quotations
- “Every mark of capacity.”
- “fond of the respect” people give him.
- “a more commonly grave countenance before the public.”
- “profound duplicity of life.”
- Jekyll want to rid himself of “the curse of mankind.”
- Slowly “losing hold of my original and better self.”
- Jekyll commands “all men’s respect.”
- Jekyll has “more than a father’s interest in Hyde.”
- “Chief of Sinners but the chief of sufferers also.”
- it was thus rather the exacting nature of my aspirations, rather than any degradation of my faults, that made me who I was.”
These will be useful to phrase your ideas for literature exam questions.