AS/A Level Eduqas – A Streetcar and Duchess of Malfi: Comparative Notes and Activities

A Streetcar and Duchess of Malfi: Comparative Notes and Activities for Eduqas

This invaluable resource supports your teaching of paired texts for A Level Component 2, Section B. Once you’ve read the plays with your class, ensure exam success with probing notes and engaging activities focusing on comparison.

Themes include: openings; dramatising social settings; sexuality; female sexuality: further exploration; masculinity; death and mortality; violence; guilt; symbolism and imagery; and madness

Resource is split into key themes, each including revision worksheets on both plays and 1–3 comparative worksheets exploring connections and contrasts.

  • Variety of group, pair and individual activities appeals to all – including analytical, reflective and dramatic activities, consolidation tasks and creative exercises
  • Essential essay planning and writing skills developed throughout, building up to the exam
  • Write-on format will produce a fantastic revision resource for students

Set tasks in class to support your scheme of work, or hand out for homework. Teacher notes and indicative content make setting and marking simple!

‘This is an excellent resource. I was particularly impressed with the wide range of activities. The highly creative ‘comparison snap!’ looks thoroughly engaging, as well as being weighty and academic, as they complete a detailed analysis post-game.’ – S Burkinshaw, Teacher and Independent Reviewer

Price is £69 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
Click here for full details and to order.

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