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3.7 Significant Connections

Below are the task, an exciting instructional video and some planning assistance to help you through this task.   The Task [google-drive-embed url=”” title=”Level 3 Significant connections” icon=”” width=”100%” height=”400″ style=”embed”]   Instructional Video feat.


Citizen Kane- After the Viewing

Below are some articles that will help you to reflect on Citizen Kane as a tragedy. Citizen Kane: A Very American Tragedy The “Milk” of Orson Welles: Citizen Kane As Shakespearean Tragedy   It may seem odd

3.5- Speaking Assessment

Below is the assessment task for your speaking assessment that will be taking place this term. While you will have some time to work on your speech writing in class, it would be wise to

3.4 Writing Portfolio Task 2

[google-drive-embed url=”” title=”3.4 Close Viewing” icon=”” width=”100%” height=”400″ style=”embed”]   The links below will take you to lists of cinematography techniques. Make sure you are not using language for the sake of using language and

Additional Reading Material

I encourage all of you to pick another tragedy to read over the break and the coming term. This will help you to solidify and expand the breadth of your knowledge about the genre. You

The Tragic Hero Task

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The Genre of Tragedy

Below is the power point of points about Tragedy and Aristotle’s definition of the genre we have been discussing over the last couple of weeks in class. [google-drive-embed url=”” title=”Tragedy L3 Notes and Task.pptx” icon=””


King Lear- Recommended Readings

Below is a selection of reading material that supports many of the ideas being discussed in our Level 3 classroom. I have broken them into “Must Read” texts and “Suggested Reads”. Must Read Texts The Psychology


2017 3.1 Exam Paper

I know you have never looked at a 3.1 paper before but don’t be intimidated by the questions.   The best way to approach the question is to think of what your response to the


King Lear- Character Map

The character map below shows the connections between the main characters in King Lear.  Note how the main plot and the subplot interconnect. The map has come from Cliff Notes where you can read a full description of


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