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An Inspector Calls: Mrs Birling (Essay Structure)
Age range: 11-14
Resource type: Assessment and revision
11 February 2023
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An essay structure for Mrs Birling in An Inspector Calls using the What? How? Why? method of analysis.
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An Inspector Calls: Character Essay Structure Worksheets
A bundle of grids to support essay writing for the AQA English Literature text of An Inspector Calls. Included: Character and Themes, Eric, Eva Smith, Gerald, Mr Birling, Mrs Birling, Sheila, The Inspector.
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Mrs Birling: Planning an exam response for An Inspector Calls
This helpfully scaffolded essay planning resource will guide students through the process of planning a GCSE English Literature exam answer on J.B. Priestley's presentation of Mrs Birling in Act 2 of An Inspector Calls.
The worksheet includes sentence starters, a word bank of key words and context words to use and some model analysis of a passage from the text, as well as a paragraph plan to complete.
Students plan their answer to the following question (which could easily be adapted to suit the question rubric of any GCSE exam board):
How does J. B. Priestley present Mrs Birling to the audience at the start of Act 2?
An extract from the essay-planning worksheet:
Write a response to this question. You should include 3 developed, analytical paragraphs using quotations as evidence from the text and check your spelling and punctuation carefully.
- How does Act 2 make the audience see/feel about Mrs Birling.
- Why Priestley presents the character of Mrs Birling in this way.
- Comments about the effects of language use.
Use the activities on the following pages to help you to plan your response to the essay question.
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