Dramatic Irony in Othello

Dramatic Irony in Othello

£3.00
Othello lesson exploring Iago’s use of language and how dramatic irony can have an impact on the audience, and how Iago thinks and feels during his next soliloquy after having manipulated Roderigo once again. Using differentiated activities and extensive teacher and student notes, we explore the language and themes of Iago’s next soliloquy and evaluate how it engages and intrigues the audience. Includes a range of engaging activities, worksheets, extensive notes for teachers and students and more. Perfect for English Literature exam preparation and for KS3 English students exploring Shakespeare and Elizabethan drama.

Also available as part of the following scheme of work pack:
Othello lesson exploring Iago’s use of language and how dramatic irony can have an impact on the audience, and how Iago thinks and feels during his next soliloquy after having manipulated Roderigo once again. Using differentiated activities and extensive teacher and student notes, we explore the language and themes of Iago’s next soliloquy and evaluate how it engages and intrigues the audience. Includes a range of engaging activities, worksheets, extensive notes for teachers and students and more. Perfect for English Literature exam preparation and for KS3 English students exploring Shakespeare and Elizabethan drama.

Also available as part of the following scheme of work pack: