Year 10 GCSE English Literature Revision

Week 1  Week Beginning 18th March

Day

Heroes

An Inspector Calls

Monday

Heroes: plot summary.

1. Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on plot summary (pages 1-6.)

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zq4qdmn/revision/1

Mind-map the plot of Heroes in as much detail as possible.  30 minutes.

2. Complete the BBC Bitesize test on the plot summary of Heroes.

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zq4qdmn/test 10 minutes

Watch the video on the context and background of An Inspector Calls.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fXw8lWWtlA

Write two paragraphs summarising what you learn about the role of women, and working conditions, in the early 20th century.  25 minutes.

Tuesday

Heroes: listen to chapter 1.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWoUyYBjknE&list=PLkYfntgh13kKXoGd06gr4m0WnU_oFIuWH

Chapter length: 16:27.

As you listen, note down 5 key quotations which describe Francis physical appearance. Use your quotations to write two paragraphs describing him.  40 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: read the information about the playwright, J. B. Priestley.

J. B. Priestley

Mind-map what you learn about him. 15 minutes.

Wednesday

Heroes: setting and location.

The novel has 5 locations: the Wreck Centre; Mrs. Belanders lodging-house; Nicoles house; Larry La Salles tenement; a village in Normandy. In 5 bullet points each, summarise the main events which happened in each place.  30 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: the setting.

Read the information about the setting of An Inspector Calls.

Setting

Mind-map what you learn about it.  15 minutes.

Thursday

Heroes: listen to chapter2.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nVJOWP2jhU&index=2&list=PLkYfntgh13kKXoGd06gr4m0WnU_oFIuWH

Chapter length: 11:22.

As you listen, note down 5 key quotations which describe Nicole Renard as we meet her for the first time. Use your quotations to write a paragraph describing your first impressions of her.  40 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: life in 1912.

Read the information about life in 1912.

Life in 1912

Mind-map what you learn about it.  15 minutes.

Friday

Heroes: form.

1. Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on Form (page 1.)

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zt8mqty/revision/1

Mind-map what you now understand about the form of Heroes by Robert Cormier.  20 minutes.

Heroes: structure.

2. Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on structure (page 2.)

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zt8mqty/revision/2

Mind-map what you now understand about the structure of Heroes by Robert Cormier.  20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: the class system in Britain.

Read the information about the British class system.

British class system

Mind-map what you learn about it.  15 minutes.

Saturday

Heroes: language.

1. Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on language (pages 3-5.)

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zt8mqty/revision/3

Mind-map how Cormier uses subject-themed vocabulary (eg. religious, military, romantic) in Heroes.  20 minutes.

Heroes: language (continued.)

2. Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on language (page 6.)

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zt8mqty/revision/6

Analyse how Cormier uses language to create a lively scene in this extract.  20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: context.

Watch the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJ_0VgEduXY

Summarise the main ideas shown in Act 1 in no more than 10 bullet points.  20 minutes.

Sunday

Heroes: form, structure and language.

Read over your notes from the previous four activities.

Complete the BBC Bitesize test on this section.

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zt8mqty/test 

30 minutes

An Inspector Calls: Act 1 quotations.

Watch the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDfnEHiptxE&list=PLqGFsWf-P-cDvuiSH8SycEDh1Ugke9tmb&index=2

The video features 5 key quotations from Act 1. Learn them! For each quotation, write a short analysis of why it is so important.  20 minutes.

Week 2 – Week Beginning 25th March

Day Heroes An Inspector Calls
MONDAY

Heroes: extract 1.

Read the extract on page 1 and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

 

 Heroes extract 1

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: what do you know so far?

Set a timer for 10 minutes.

Write down everything you know about the play so far.

Read over what you have written.   15 minutes.

TUESDAY

Heroes: listen to chapter 4.

VIDEO LINK

Chapter length: 7:14.

As you listen, make notes on what you learn about each of the veterans at the S. Jude’s Club. Think about how their ambitions are very different to Francis’ own.     20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: socialism vs. capitalism.

Read the statements which describe socialism and capitalism.

An Inspector Calls - socialism vs. capitalism

Organise the statements into two categories: socialism and capitalism.

WEDNESDAY  

An Inspector Calls: act 1 quiz

Complete the multiple choice quiz.

An Inspector Calls - Act 1 quiz 20 minutes.

THURSDAY

Heroes: character.

Summarise the characters of Francis, Nicole and Larry in no more than 10 bullet points each.  30 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: who said…?

 An Inspector Calls - who said...

Read the quotations from Act 1 and write down whether each one is said by Arthur Birling, Sheila Birling or the Inspector.    10 minutes. Write an explanation of the tone and message implied by the Inspector’s words.    20 minutes.

FRIDAY

Heroes: listen to chapter 5.

VIDEO LINK

 

Chapter length: 13:22.

Larry La Salle is first introduced here. Select 5 quotations and, for each, write a few sentences explaining how it foreshadows events which will happen later in the novel.    40 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: questions on Act 1.

Click on the link for the full text of the play.

 

LINK

 

Answer the questions on pages 2-5.

 An Inspector Calls - multiple choice questions

30 minutes.

SATURDAY

Heroes: essay question 1.

Choose one essay from the tier (Higher or Foundation) for which you have been entered.

Saturday - Heroes essay 1

Create a plan which includes: an introduction, 5-8 main points; a conclusion.   5 minutes.

Write the essay.   35 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – extract 1.

Read the extract and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

- An Inspector Calls - essays and extracts

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

SUNDAY

Heroes: plot summary – cloze.

Sunday - Heroes plot summary cloze

Complete the plot summary to reveal a detailed plot summary of the novel.   40 minutes.

Mindmap everything you know so far about:

  • Arthur Birling:
  • Sybil Birling:
  • Gerald Croft.

25 minutes.

Week 3 – Week Beginning 1st April

Day

Heroes An Inspector Calls

MONDAY

Heroes: listen to chapter 6.

 

 VIDEO LINK

 

Chapter length: 8:35.

After you have listened, read the following guide to how dramatic tension is revealed in this chapter.

 Heroes - dramatic tension 

Highlight the key points.    20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – character - Arthur Birling.

Watch the video.

 

LINK

Summarise what you learn about Arthur Birling in 5-10 bullet points.   25 minutes.

TUESDAY

Heroes: themes.

Heroism is an important theme in the novel. How could each of these characters be/not be considered heroic:

  • Francis;
  • Larry;
  • Arthur Rivier?

Write a paragraph on each one and make reference to a relevant section/event from the novel.   30 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – character - Arthur Birling.

Using the bullet-points you produced in yesterday’s activity, answer the following question: How is Arthur Birling presented in the play?    25 minutes.

WEDNESDAY

Heroes: extract 2.

Read the extract on page 1 and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

 Heroes extract 2

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – analysing stage directions.

Complete the table to show what the stage directions reveal about each of the characters in Act 1.

 Wednesday - analysing stage directions.

THURSDAY

Heroes: themes – war and heroism.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on ‘Themes’ (pages 1-3.)

 

LINK

Write 1 or 2 paragraphs explaining why war and heroism is an important theme in the novel.    25 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – revising context.

Spider-diagram what you know about the context of An Inspector Calls. Link each of your points to a character or an event. 50 minutes.

FRIDAY

Heroes: themes – appearance and disguise.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on ‘Themes’ (pages 4-5.)

 

LINK

Write 1 or 2 paragraphs explaining why appearance and disguise is an important theme in the novel.    25 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – character - Sybil Birling.

Watch the video.

 

LINK

Summarise what you learn about Arthur Birling in 5-10 bullet points.   25 minutes.

SATURDAY

Heroes: listen to chapter 7.

 

LINK

Chapter length: 22:12.

Write a paragraph about how Cormier presents the rivalry between Francis and Larry La Salle in this chapter.    40 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – character – Sybil Birling.

Using the bullet-points you produced in yesterday’s activity, answer the following question: How is Sybil Birling presented in the play?    25 minutes.

SUNDAY

Heroes: themes – loneliness and isolation.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on ‘Themes’ (pages 6-7.)

LINK

 

Write 1 or 2 paragraphs explaining why loneliness and isolation is an important theme in the novel.    25 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – extract 2.

Read the extract and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

An Inspector Calls - essays and extracts

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

Week 4 – Week Beginning 8th  April

Day Heroes An Inspector Calls

MONDAY

Heroes: listen to chapter 8.

 

LINK

Chapter length: 4:02.

What different aspects of ‘heroism’ are presented in this chapter?   20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: themes.

Watch the video on themes.

LINK

Make notes on each theme and choose one event from the play which illustrates each one.     40 minutes.

TUESDAY

Heroes: themes.

Summarise what you know about the themes within the book. Link each of your points to a character or event.    50 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: themes – social responsibility.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on the theme of social responsibility (pages 1-2.)

LINK

 

Write 1 or 2 paragraphs explaining why social responsibility is an important theme in the play.   25 minutes.

WEDNESDAY

Heroes: listen to chapter 9.

link

Chapter length: 11:38.

How does Cormier present war in this chapter?    25 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: themes – age.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on the theme of age (page 3.)

LINK

Write 1 or 2 paragraphs explaining why age is an important theme in the play.   25 minutes.

THURSDAY

Heroes: themes – guilt and forgiveness.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on ‘Themes’ (pages 8-9.)

LINK

Write 1 or 2 paragraphs explaining why guilt and forgiveness is an important theme in Heroes.   25 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: themes – gender.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on the theme of gender (page 4.)

LINK

Write 1 or 2 paragraphs explaining why gender is an important theme in the play.   25 minutes.

FRIDAY

Heroes – themes test.

Read over the notes you have made on the themes in the novel.

Complete the BBC Bitesize test on themes.

LINK

30 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: themes – class.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on the theme of class (page 5.)

LINK

Write 1 or 2 paragraphs explaining why class is an important theme in the play.   25 minutes.

SATURDAY

Heroes: quotations (page 1.)

 Heroes - quotations

Complete page 1 of the table, explaining the importance of each quotation.     30 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – essay 1.

Click on the link, then write and plan the essay on Gerald Croft.    40 minutes.

An Inspector Calls - essays and extracts

SUNDAY

Summarise the characters of Arthur Rivier, Enrico, and Mrs. Bellander in 5 bullet points each.  20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: context.

An Inspector Calls is still very relevant today. Write a paragraph with each contemporary link you can make with events in the play eg. responsibility.     40 minutes.

Week 5 – Week Beginning 15th April

Day Heroes An Inspector Calls
MONDAY

Heroes: essay 2.

Choose one essay from the tier (Higher or Foundation) for which you have been entered.

 Heroes essay 2 

Create a plan which includes: an introduction, 5-8 main points; a conclusion.   5 minutes.

Write the essay.   35 minutes.

Mindmap everything you know about:

  • Inspector Goole:
  • Sheila Birling:
  • Eric Birling.

25 minutes.

TUESDAY

Listen to chapter 10. LINK

Chapter length: 11:39.

Summarise the main events in this chapter in 5 bullet points.    20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – character – Sheila Birling.

Watch the video.

LINKo

Summarise what you learn about Sheila Birling in 5-10 bullet points.   25 minutes.

WEDNESDAY

Characters in ‘Heroes.’

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide to ‘characters’ (page 1.)

LINK

Produce a spider-diagram outlining all of the main and secondary characters in ‘Heroes’, organising them into logical groups (eg. people of Frenchtown; soldiers.)   25 minutes

An Inspector Calls – character - Sheila Birling.

Using the bullet-points you produced in yesterday’s activity, answer the following question: How is Sheila Birling presented in the play?    25 minutes.

THURSDAY

Extract question 3.

Read the extract on page 3 and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

Heroes extract 3

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – exploring the opening stage directions.

Watch the video which explores the importance of the opening stage directions.

LINK

As you watch, make notes on some of the ways that Priestley uses stage directions at the start of the play.   30 minutes.

GOOD FRIDAY
SATURDAY

Characters in ‘Heroes.’

An Inspector Calls – exploring the opening stage directions.

Using the notes you made yesterday, answer this question: How does Priestley use stage directions effectively at the start of the play?   20 minutes.

EASTER SUNDAY

Week 6 – Week Beginning 22nd April

Day Heroes An Inspector Calls
EASTER MONDAY
TUESDAY

Listen to chapter 11.

LINK

Chapter length: 17:31.

Write around 2 paragraphs each on Francis, Nicole and Larry, explaining how they are presented in this chapter.    45 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – dramatic irony.

Watch the video on dramatic irony.

LINK

Mindmap what you now understand about the technique ‘dramatic irony.’     35 minutes.

WEDNESDAY

Characters in ‘Heroes.’

Read about the minor characters in the BBC Bitesize revision guide (page 6.)

LINK

Summarise each of the minor characters in five bullet points.   20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – dramatic devices.

Watch the video which explores how Priestley uses dramatic devices in the play.

LINK

As you watch, make notes on the importance of dramatic devices in the play.   20 minutes.

THURSDAY

Characters in ‘Heroes.’

Read about Larry La Salle in the BBC Bitesize revision guide (page 5.)

LINK

Write two paragraphs, summarising Larry La Salle’s character and his role in the novel.   25 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – dramatic irony.

Click on the link for the full text of the play.

LINK

Read Mr. Birling’s long speech on page 10 and answer this question: How does Priestley use dramatic irony in this speech?    30 minutes.

FRIDAY

Characters in ‘Heroes.’

Read about Francis Cassavant in the BBC Bitesize revision guide (pages 2-3.)

LINK

Write two paragraphs, summarising Francis’ character and his role in the novel.

25 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – mindmap – Inspector Goole.

Mindmap everything you know about Inspector Goole.   20 minutes.

SATURDAY

Characters in ‘Heroes.’

Complete the BBC Bitesize test on characters.    15 minutes

LINK  

An Inspector Calls – essay 2.

Click on the link, then write and plan the essay on Eric Birling’s involvement in Eva Smith’s death.    40 minutes.

 An Inspector Calls - essays and extracts

 

SUNDAY

Heroes: extract question 3.

Read the extract on page 3 and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

 Heroes F tier extracts

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – mindmap – Eva Smith.

Mindmap everything you know about Eva Smith.   20 minutes.

Week 7 – Week Beginning 29th  April

Day

Heroes

An Inspector Calls

Monday

Listen to chapter 12.

LINK

Chapter length: 8:47.

Write about the theme of responsibility and blame in this chapter.

     30 minutes.

 

Answer the questions on pages 6-9.

Monday - An Inspector Calls - multiple choice questions

30 minutes.

 

Tuesday

Answer questions 1-4.

Tuesday - questions 1-4

Answer in as much detail as you can, although you do not need to write full essay answers for each. Notes/bullet-points are fine!   40 minutes.

 

 

 

 

 

An Inspector Calls – character – Eric Birling.

Watch the video.

LINK

Summarise what you learn about Arthur Birling in 5-10 bullet points.   25 minutes.

 

Wednesday

Listen to chapter 13.

LINK

Chapter length: 2:27.

What do we learn about Larry La Salle in this chapter?   15 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – character – Eric Birling.

Using the bullet-points you produced in yesterday’s activity, answer the following question: How is Eric Birling presented in the play?    25 minutes.

Thursday

Listen to chapter 14.

LINK

Chapter length: 15:26.

Write 1 or 2 paragraphs explaining how you feel about Francis and his actions in this chapter.   30 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – extract 3.

Read the extract and answer the Higher-tier extract question on pages 32-33, using evidence to support your points.

Thursday - An Inspector Calls - multiple choice questions

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

Friday

Read the extract on page 2 and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

Heroes H tier extracts

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

 

Answer the questions on pages 10-14.

Friday - An Inspector Calls - multiple choice questions

30 minutes.

 

Saturday

Heroes: quotations.

Saturday - Heroes - quotations

1.       Learn as many quotations from page 2 as you can.

2.       Complete the table, explaining the importance of each quotation.    30 minutes

An Inspector Calls: the form of the play.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on the form of the play (page 1.)

LINK

 

Mindmap what you find out about the three different genres within which the play can be placed.   30 minutes.

Sunday

Listen to chapter 15.

LINK

Chapter length: 6:17.

Write a paragraph explaining why you think Francis was right/wrong to go to the convent in search of Nicole.   20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: the structure of the play.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on the structure of the play (page 2.)

LINK

 

Mindmap what you find out about the structure of the play. 30 minutes.

Week 8 – Week Beginning 6th May

Day

Heroes

An Inspector Calls

BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY

Tuesday

Listen to chapter 16.

LINK

Chapter length: 12:25.

Write two paragraphs, explaining how Francis and Nicole have both changed by chapter 16.    30 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: the language of the play.

Read the BBC Bitesize revision guide on the language of the play (pages 3-4.))

LINK

 

Mindmap what you find out how to analyse language in the play. 30 minutes.

Wednesday

Heroes: essay question 4.

Choose one essay from the tier (Higher or Foundation) for which you have been entered.

Wednesday - Heroes essay titles

Create a plan which includes: an introduction, 5-8 main points; a conclusion.   5 minutes.

Write the essay.   35 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – character – Gerald Croft.

LINK

 

Watch the video.

Summarise what you learn about Eric Birling in 5-10 bullet points.   25 minutes.

 

Thursday

Heroes: mind map.

Thursday - Heroes mindmap

Use the mind-map to write four paragraphs on ‘Heroes’, with the following headings: characters; themes; setting; narrative framework; language and style.    50 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – character – Gerald Croft.

Using the bullet-points you produced in yesterday’s activity, answer the following question: How is Gerald Croft presented in the play?    25 minutes.

Friday

Extract question 4.

Read the extract on page 2 and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

Friday - Heroes H tier extracts

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – themes – class.

LINK

 

Watch the video.

Summarise what you learn about the theme of class in 5-10 bullet points.   25 minutes.

 

Saturday

Listen to chapter 17.

LINK

Chapter length: 2:56.

How do you feel about the ending of the novel? Do you feel it’s a satisfactory ending? Why/why not?   20 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – character – Inspector Goole.

LINK

 

Watch the video.

Summarise what you learn about Inspector Goole in 5-10 bullet points.   25 minutes.

 

Sunday

Answer questions 9-12.

Sunday - Questions 1-12

Answer in as much detail as you can, although you do not need to write full essay answers for each.   40 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – character – Inspector Goole.

Using the bullet-points you produced in yesterday’s activity, answer the following question: How is Inspector Goole presented in the play?    25 minutes.

Week 9 – Week Beginning 13th May

Day

Heroes

An Inspector Calls

Monday

Heroes: quotations (page 2.)

Monday - Heroes - quotations

1.       Learn as many quotations as you can:

Complete page 2 of the table, explaining the importance of each quotation.     30 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: context.

LINK

 

Watch the video to revise key contextual points in the play.   20 minutes.

Tuesday

Extract question 5.

Read the extract on page 6 and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

Tuesday - Heroes F tier extracts

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – essay 3.

Click on the link, then plan and write an answer to one of the essay questions on page 31.    40 minutes.

 Tuesday - An Inspector Calls essay titles

 

Wednesday

Heroes: quotations (page 3.)

Wednesday - Heroes - quotations

2.       Learn as many quotations as you can:

3.       Complete page 2 of the table, explaining the importance of each quotation.     30 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – character – Eva Smith.

 

LINK

Watch the video.

Summarise what you learn about the character of Eva Smith in 5-10 bullet points.   25 minutes.

 

Thursday

Heroes: essay question 5.

Choose one essay from the tier (Higher or Foundation) for which you have been entered.

Thursday - Heroes essay titles

Create a plan which includes: an introduction, 5-8 main points; a conclusion.   5 minutes.

Write the essay.   35 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – character – Eva Smith.

Using the bullet-points you produced in yesterday’s activity, answer the following question: How is Eva Smith presented in the play?    25 minutes.

Friday

Heroes: extract 6.

Read the extract on page 3 and answer the question, using evidence to support your points.

Friday - Heroes H tier extracts

Select 8-10 quotations for the extract.    5 minutes.

Use PEE to complete your answer.         15 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls: women and gender.

LINK

 

Watch the video to revise key contextual points in the play.   20 minutes.

Saturday

Heroes: essay 5.

Choose one essay from the tier (Higher or Foundation) for which you have been entered.

Saturday - Heroes essay titles

Create a plan which includes: an introduction, 5-8 main points; a conclusion.   5 minutes.

Write the essay.   35 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls: power, responsibility and charity.

LINK

 

Watch the video to revise key contextual points in the play.   20 minutes

Sunday

Heroes: time and place.

Mindmap everything you know about the different locations and time-shifts in the novel.   30 minutes.

 

An Inspector Calls – essay 4.

Click on the link, then plan and write an answer to one of the essay questions on page 31.    40 minutes.

 

 

­­­­Week 10 – Week Beginning 20th May

Day

Heroes

An Inspector Calls

Monday

Heroes: characters.

Write a paragraph each to describe Francis, Nicole and Larry and their importance to the novel.    30 minutes.

An Inspector Calls: structure, meaning and ambiguity.

LINK

 

Watch the video.

Summarise what you learn about structure, meaning and ambiguity within the play in 5-10 bullet-points.    30 minutes.

Tuesday

Heroes: themes.

Write a paragraph each describing the themes of war, love and guilt/forgiveness, and their importance to the novel.   30 minutes.

An Inspector Calls – essay 5.

Click on the link, then plan and write an answer to one of the essay questions on page 31.    40 minutes.

Tuesday - An Inspector Calls essay titles

 

Wednesday

Final revision!

Mindmap everything you know about characters and themes.   20 minutes.

Final revision!

Mindmap everything you know about characters and themes.   20 minutes.

Thursday

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