A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
Alphabetical order 14 resources
Scene six discussion cards
A set of differentiated discussion question cards for paired/group work, based on scene six of the play.
Ring of fire game
Excellent oral starter activity on Scene 4 helping students to think, listen and assess their own understanding of the events of the scene.
A revision worksheet to help students locate and analyse quotations and dramatic features to support a wide range of themes.
Minor or major?
A worksheet to record research and discussion of the dramatic and thematic importance of minor characters in the play. (Needs to be photocopied as A3.)
A grid focusing on aspects of character (Blanche, Stella and Eunice). Contains clues to help with completion. (Best on A3.)
A worksheet containing activities to encourage close reading and analysis of Scene 5, in preparation for classroom discussion.
A worksheet containing activities to encourage close reading and analysis of Scene 6, in preparation for classroom discussion.
Activities to kickstart analysis of this scene.
Top ten ...
A summarising and revision activity. Put these ideas in rank order according to their importance to the play. Also available as an interactive sequencing game.
A hefty pack which includes essay questions, work on context, important quotations, 'plastic theatre' and specific scenes.
I like to give
Act 1 Scene 5 to students before we read the scene in Macbeth. We read the first part aloud together and then in pairs students find quotations. This helps them to decipher the language while still being supported by others.
Karin Barratt, Teacher