With a turbulent social and historical backdrop, strong themes, clear messages and the possibility of both naturalistic and non-naturalistic approaches, J B Priestley’s moralistic take on the whodunnit genre is a perfect all-rounder for GCSE Drama.
These ready-to-use, student-friendly notes and engaging exploratory activities combine to create the ultimate practical study pack for An Inspector Calls.
- Consolidate contextual understanding
Find out how the playwright, the social, historical, political and cultural contexts and the performance context inform the play
- Explore the play scene by scene
Get insightful commentary and analysis of relevant events and themes while considering the implications on performance, direction and design
- Uncover theatrical possibilities
Take a closer look at production concepts, characterisation, staging, lighting, sound, props, costume and more in light of the whole play
“A good detailed resource that looks at the play in a variety of ways. The social, historical and cultural context is explored well. This resource goes beyond an analysis of each act as a set of definitive notes but looks at characters, setting, costume etc. This provides a good breadth of coverage.” – A Henshaw, Drama Teacher and Independent Reviewer
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