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The Strange Case of  Dr  Jekyll and
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and - presentation

luanne-sto

Mr. Hyde . Revision Booklet. Contents . Mark Scheme. Revision poster. Chapter one summary, short answer revision questions, exam question. Chapter two summary, short answer revision questions, exam question.

Robert Louis Stevenson The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr - presentation

celsa-spra

Robert Louis Stevenson The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde The Victorian Era : Queen Victoria – 1837-1901 (reign ) Victorian Hypocrisy – a study in duality. Victorian Yays ! Victorian

Jekyll and Hyde
Jekyll and Hyde - presentation

pasty-tole

Revision. Jekyll and Hyde. Characters. Utterson. Lanyon. Enfield. Jekyll. Hyde. Themes. Secrecy/mystery. Suspicion. The beast in man/suppression. Duality/the double. Horror and terror. hypocrisy. Violence.

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - presentation

briana-ran

Robert Louis Stevenson . Warm-Up # 1 . In your Writer’s Notebook, . write a paragraph . about the following prompt: . Is any person completely good or completely evil? Instead, are people usually a mix of the two? Explain. .

1-5-16 The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
1-5-16 The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - presentation

alexa-sche

Head your paper with the subject, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.. Write the word “Summary”. Write for 5 minutes - Summarize what you remember about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.. Stand up/Hand up/Pair up.

Dual Nature of Man The most important theme in the novel – just saying…
Dual Nature of Man The most important theme in the novel – - presentation

lindy-duni

Jekyll believes there are two sides to every individual. 1.. . Before he creates Hyde, Jekyll feels like he is leading a double life:. * Jekyll is an established gentleman, with ‘the respect of the wise and good’ in society..

Henry Jekyll’s full statement of the case
Henry Jekyll’s full statement of the case - presentation

mitsue-sta

Chapter 10. To read the first part of Chapter 10 and consider how Jekyll presents and defends his actions. What does Jekyll have to say for himself? . Write a . summary. of each . quotation. .. Reading the first section of Chapter 10, up until ‘The movement was thus wholly toward the worse….’.

Unit 5A & J & H Essay Test
Unit 5A & J & H Essay Test - presentation

yoshiko-ma

70 points. 2 short essays on this test. What should I study?. Unit 5A Notes:. Plot Structure intro. The Necklace. The Possibility of Evil. In the Ring with Jack Dempsey. The Elephant’s Child. Jekyll & Hyde:.

Revision lecture The strange case of dr. Jekyll and
Revision lecture The strange case of dr. Jekyll and - presentation

stefany-ba

mr. . . hyde. How does Stevenson use settings in the novel to emphasise key ideas and themes?. How does Stevenson use settings in the novel to emphasise key themes. ?. Duality . Hypocrisy. Tension, mystery .

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde - presentation

marina-yar

Ryan Frank, Bryant Delgado, Matt Morrison, Rom Profesorsky, Brittney Seed. Topics. Chapter 3. Dinner Party. Jekyll’s will. Talk about Hyde. Chapter 4. Murder in the street. Hyde disappears . Lack of family.

Chapter 6
Chapter 6 - presentation

celsa-spra

The remarkable Incident of Dr Lanyon. Doppelg. änger. The entire nineteenth century was often concerned with the. concept of a ‘double self’ or ‘twin’, often referred to as a. Doppelg. änger.

LO: Revising themes in Jekyll and Hyde
LO: Revising themes in Jekyll and Hyde - presentation

trish-goza

Who is this about? What chapter does it happen in? “all of a sudden he broke out in a. . great flame of anger” . The quote is from chapter ___ and it is about ___________ when he _________________ ‘in a great flame of anger’.

DJMH WEEK 6
DJMH WEEK 6 - presentation

ellena-man

VOCABULARY WORDS. ENGLISH 8. 1. Disreputable -- . Disgraceful, dishonorable, or infamous . . Mr. Hyde was considered to be a . disreputable. man due to the many horrible acts he committed in London. .

DJMH Week 8 Vocabulary
DJMH Week 8 Vocabulary - presentation

phoebe-cli

English 8. 1. Pallor --. . Extreme paleness of the skin, often due to fear or sickness.. . Days without sleep and proper food left Dr. Jekyll with a sickly . pallor. upon his face and a weakness in his heart. .

Victorian Era
Victorian Era - presentation

stefany-ba

By: Tanner, . Maddie. , Allie, . Kiah. , Avery and Katie. Definition. Period of dramatic change that brought England to its highest point of development as a world power. It was a time of prosperity, optimism, and stability..

Having met Hyde twice in chapters 1 and 2, we finally meet
Having met Hyde twice in chapters 1 and 2, we finally meet - presentation

karlyn-boh

Chapter 3 – Dr Jekyll was quite at ease. How does Stevenson present Jekyll in this chapter?. Just like Utterson, your task is to . act the detective. . . (HO). You need to establish what kind of man Jekyll is..

Having met Hyde twice in chapters 1 and 2, we finally meet
Having met Hyde twice in chapters 1 and 2, we finally meet - presentation

lois-ondre

Chapter 3 – Dr Jekyll was quite at ease. How does Stevenson present Jekyll in this chapter?. Just like Utterson, your task is to . act the detective. . . (HO). You need to establish what kind of man Jekyll is..

You need to know key micro-quotations from the whole text to support your answer
You need to know key micro-quotations from the whole text to - presentation

sherrill-n

Click revision focus by character or theme…. ‘a large, well-made, smooth-faced man’. ‘every mark of capacity and kindness’. ‘Dr Jekyll grew pale to the very lips, and there came a blackness about his eyes’.

 500 years of Scottish Literature
500 years of Scottish Literature - presentation

faustina-d

11 . Robert Louis Stevenson and . Jekyll and Hyde. RLS: quick biography. RLS (1850-94). Born into middle-class family (lighthouse engineers). Sickly child > rebellious. . young man. 1871: gives up engineering.

DJMH Week 7
DJMH Week 7 - presentation

marina-yar

Vocabulary Words. ENGLISH 8. 1. Repulsion --. Hatred or disgust. . Dr. Jekyll soon felt a strong . repulsion. to the other personality that lived with him, always growling just under the surface. .

Happy Friday!
Happy Friday! - presentation

debby-jeon

Have out your . pen . and your . Jekyll & Hyde . vocab sheet.. . The Strange Case of. Dr. Jekyll and . Mr. Hyde. Author: Robert Louis Stevenson. Born . November 13, 1850. Sickly as a child. Nurse .

Week 3 Vocabulary:
Week 3 Vocabulary: - presentation

mitsue-sta

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. . H. yde. ENGLISH 8. 1. Pedant --. An uninspired, boring academic person. . . Dr. Jekyll believes that Dr. Lanyon is a . pedant. because they have different ideas about medicine and scientific research. .

19 th  Century Novel:
19 th Century Novel: - presentation

luanne-sto

19 th Century Novel: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde GCSE English Literature – THE NIGSTER (EDUCATION FOR THE NATION) tm Unit Assessment Objective Focus AO1 Read, understand and respond to a text.

1 “for  even in the houses the fog began to lie thickly;
1 “for even in the houses the fog began to lie thickly; - presentation

olivia-mor

and there. , close up to the warmth, sat Dr. Jekyll, looking deathly sick. . He did . not rise to meet his visitor, but held out a cold hand and bade . him welcome . in a changed voice. .”. Discover about Character:.

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