Inspired by Andy Tharby’s Making Every English Lesson Count, this set of debate starters encourages students to think critically about the roles and behaviours of characters in Macbeth, Jekyll and Hyde and An Inspector Calls
An Inspector Calls
Inspired by the fantastic Karen Knight (@KKNTeachLearn) and Mr Fitzgibbon (@MrFitzHist), this key word Rubik’s puzzle makes a great starter. I’ve combined words for Macbeth, Jekyll and Hyde and An Inspector Calls, but this editable template will make it great for all texts: why not try it with key words about individual characters? I’ve paired this with [...]
Jekyll and Hyde
This set of an editable PowerPoint and screen/printer-friendly PDF explore some of the more unusual aspects of Victorian society surrounding the production of Jekyll and Hyde. This would work well to supplement student knowledge, introduce Victorian society and some of it’s quirks, or to develop students to finding conceptual context ideas in the novella.
This worksheet is fantastic for explaining the ‘look like th’ innocent flower…’ allusion in the play. Use it as a quick starter or to introduce some really precise AO3!