|Teaching Volpone A Level - Dave||20/09/2004|
|Hi I'm teaching A-Level for the first time and have to start with Volpone. Has anyone got any ideas how to make it lively, interesting and active?|
|Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - Nigel||22/11/2004|
|Hi Dave, I love teaching Volpone! It's a fantastic text - I normally start with a lesson mixing different colour liquids to explain the notion of the 'humours' - a lively and kinesthetic opener! Perhaps move on to look at the qualities that we generally attach to animal stereotypes and the significance of character names The character of Mosca is usually interesting...read and enjoy but post a message here if you would like a copy of my scheme of work. Nige|
|Re:Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - Jeni||07/12/2004|
|Hello Nigel, Please could I have a copy of your scheme of work for Volpone? I have just struggled through a term of teaching it, but would like to do it better next time. Thanks email@example.com|
|Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - Allan Clare||07/12/2004|
|It seems all I've done lately is ask for resources and advice from other people - BUT - I'd really appreciate a SOW for Volpone. Please, others out there, ask and you shall receive! - I don't mind giving out what little I've got! Allan. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Re:Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - Gemma Penny||23/01/2005|
|I love your idea about the liquids. Any chance of your SoW? I'm happy to exchange resources etc. Ask if there's anything you need. email@example.com|
|Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - user6@bournegrammar||29/10/2007|
Hi. I noticed that there was some interest in a SOW for Volpone at A level. my colleague and I intend to start teaching this very soon and we would be grateful to receive a copy of such a gem. Failing that could you point us in the direction of good resources - especially on the context of the play.
Thanks in anticipation.
|Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - user2||14/12/2007|
I would love any resources/ideas for teaching Volpone. The focus for LTB5 is AO5 context. Anything that anyone has wuld be greatly recieved.
Thanks in anticipation, Dianne
|Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - Nick||27/02/2008|
I'd also love a copy of your SOW if that would be ok! I've got to the end of act one by dividing the students into three groups and examining the treatment of the three main suitors. I've done quite a bit of work on irony too. I think some work on Morality Drama will be necessary for the context. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - Natasha||05/10/2009|
I am just about to start teaching Volpone to an A Level class and would love any resources anybody could give me. I am a newly qualified teacher and would be very grateful.
|Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - Aisling||21/01/2011|
I was wondering could I also request a copy of your Volpone scheme of work? I am a beginning teacher and will be teaching the text for the first time soon so any resources or expert advice would be most gratefully recieved!
Thanks for your time,
|Re:Teaching Volpone A Level - Helen||29/05/2012|
Stumbled across this forum, whilst on the lookout for resources. With the OCR text change for A2 next year, I'm looking through my options and Volpone is one of them... any resources/suggestions or advice would be massively appreciated!
|Re:Re:Teaching Volpone A Level -||24/06/2012|
we are in the process of choosing texts for A2 Lit. I would love to teach Volpone and was intrigued to read about your scheme of work. If possible, could you please send us a copy and it will help us plan our teaching.
Looking forward to your reply.
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