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The Cohen Curricula: Advanced Module C: Representing People and Politics: King Henry IV Part 1
The Cohen Curricula: Advanced Module C: Representing People and Politics: King Henry IV Part 1

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The Cohen Curricula: Advanced Module C: Representing People and Politics: King Henry IV Part 1 Teacher Resource is a comprehensive unit of work. Our most detailed resource yet, this study guide provides workshops that cover the 25 indicative hours set by BOSTES for this module. The workshops are very detailed and provide extensive teaching notes for each aspect of the rubric description. You have been provided with contextual material that grounds the work in its historical premise and in its Elizabethan context. Specific workshops provide a syllabus description package for the Advanced outcomes and a glossary for the 'Representation and Text' module. The glossary has been annotated for teachers and the student copy is ready to print off and hand out to students. Specific workshops are provided on the 'People and Politics' focus and representation is explained providing a detailed worksheet to work through with students. A summary worksheet is provided for your students to fill out as you teach the text and you have been provided with a summary for every Act and Scene linking the work to the 'Representation and Text: People and Politics' description. You have been provided with our 'How to Study a Drama Text Checklist' to hand out to your students along with our 'Understanding Representation and Text in King Henry IV Part 1' workshop. A hyperlinked context statement with extensive context workshop and worksheets is provided. The module asks students to engage with the events, personalities and situations in the texts studied. You have been provided with a detailed, annotated workshop for each aspect. Our 'Dramatis Personae' in King Henry IV workshop provides an illustrated summary of each character, their role in the text, how they interact with other characters and how they provide insight into aspects of the rubric. A worksheet is provided for your students to develop their own analysis of the role of each character. The key events explored in the text have been identified as are the situations - these are explained and a worksheet is provided for your students to work through either with your explicit teaching from the teacher workshop provided or extending your teaching with their own study. Themes, issues and Ideas workshops are provided as are our Values and LIMP workshops. Our LIMP workshop has hints for what to look for in the text. This module requires related text material; you have been provided with a range of module specific deconstruction sheets for appropriate text types. Some suggestions have been made for related material and these have been annotated with how they can be used or linked with Shakespeare's play. Our correlative worksheet and our TEPA workshop are provided with a detailed example deconstruction of a key passage in the text with a sample written analysis. A detailed, annotated workshop is provided for the dramatic techniques in the play. We have provided much more for you to work with: purpose word and language feature bookmarks, a detailed 'Audience' workshop and a 'History of Literature workshop.Essay scaffolds, tables, checklists, rubrics and sentence starters specific to the text are also provided. This resource makes you the expert. You have all the notes you need explaining how to teach each lesson in this resource. The external links provided will be made available for you to send your students to as you workshop this text.

  • Teaching program - set out in workshops with suggested lesson allocation that you can adjust as necessary for your students; this program is very detailed and presents extensive material to explore and discuss with your students making you the expert
  • syllabus outcome summaries - explaining what each outcomes means and what to look for in the text to meet the requirements of the outcomes - all workshops have the outcomes associated with the lesson identified.
  • a rubric glossary exercise presenting all the language in the rubric fully annotated with definitions and how the language can be applied to a study of King Henry IV Part 1 for the teacher and a partially annotated copy to photocopy and use with student- again makes you the expert
  • a summary linking every scene in the play to the module has been provided for the teacher; a blank worksheet to teach students how to write their own summary of each scene or selected scenes is provided and once again, is tightly linked to the rubric for the Representation and Text Module
  • our' How to Study a Drama Text for the Higher School Certificate' checklist is provided to ensure students have covered every aspect necessary to ensure they are on track to get the results they desire
  • a detailed 'Understanding Representation' overview to introduce and explain representation to students
  • an extensive 'Understanding Representation in King Henry IV Part 1' worksheet with extensive prompts and room to add related material covering language, structure, aesthetics, context, values and more
  • mini essay on context in the play and an extensive annotated workshop with ideas for you to raise with students. Worksheets with prompts are provided for the complete range of contexts for students to fill out - extensive links are provided to external sources that provide history, theoretical readings and more
  • a very detailed workshop on ALL personalities in the text. Illustrated table that presents character role in the text, the impact on other characters in the text and links to the module rubric. Students have a detailed worksheet with prompts to fill out and links to the images are provided if you wish them to create a visual representation of the characters. You are the expert and they can follow your prompts or use the text and the readings to develop their own knowledge
  • teaching workshop on events in the play for the teacher and accompanying worksheet with prompts for students
  • extensive teaching workshop on situations in the play for the teacher and accompanying worksheet with prompts for students
  • Themes, issues and ideas workshop and worksheets
  • Values workshop, list of values and worksheet
  • extensive LIMP workshop with prompts and hints for the play and worksheet
  • Related text worksheet with suggestions, all annotated as to how they can link to the play with accompanying deconstruction sheets for a range of text types suitable for this module and the play
  • TEPA workshop with annotated monologue and deconstruction and sample writing to develop students' analytical writing skills
  • TEPA worksheet
  • Annotated glossary of over 40 dramatic devices with prompts of what to look for in the play for each device
  • Purpose and Language Feature Bookmarks
  • Audience workshop - with prompts and links
  • History of Literature workshop with prompts and fully hyperlinked
  • essay scaffolds - written and table form
  • peer-to-peer checklist
  • essay rubric
  • table of comments for feedback
  • extensive list of sentence starters to develop vocabulary
  • feedback and evaluation sheet
  • links and bibliography

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