SS Iago and Power 25mks

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Write about times in the play when the
audience may feel Iago has power.
Give reasons for what you say. [25] *5
of this question’s marks are allocated
for accuracy in spelling, punctuation
and the use of vocabulary and
sentence structures.
Write about times in the play when the
audience may feel Iago has power.
Give reasons for what you say. [25] *5
of this question’s marks are allocated
for accuracy in spelling, punctuation
and the use of vocabulary and
sentence structures.
Opening: In one or two lines, say
what kind of a man Iago
throughout the play. Initially he
describes himself as a man out for
‘…my peculiar end’ and says ‘I am
not what I am’.
Opening: In one or two lines, say
what kind of a man Iago
throughout the play. Initially he
describes himself as a man out for
‘…my peculiar end’ and says ‘I am
not what I am’.
Opening: In one or two lines, say
what kind of a man Iago
throughout the play. Initially he
describes himself as a man out for
‘…my peculiar end’ and says ‘I am
not what I am’.
P1: Write about Iago’s behaviour at
the start of the play (A1). Consider
how he manipulates Roderigo and
Brabantio. Think about the type of
language he uses. (Prose/verse?).
P1: Write about Iago’s behaviour at
the start of the play (A1). Consider
how he manipulates Roderigo and
Brabantio. Think about the type of
language he uses. (Prose/verse?).
P1: Write about Iago’s behaviour at
the start of the play (A1). Consider
how he manipulates Roderigo and
Brabantio. Think about the type of
language he uses. (Prose/verse?).
P2: Explore the A2 S1 where Iago
manages to persuade Cassio to
drink then end up fighting
Montano, yet feigns reluctance to
incriminate his ‘friend’ when
Othello arrives. Consider how Iago
is called ‘honest’ throughout this
scene.
P2: Explore the A2 S1 where Iago
manages to persuade Cassio to
drink then end up fighting
Montano, yet feigns reluctance to
incriminate his ‘friend’ when
Othello arrives. Consider how Iago
is called ‘honest’ throughout this
scene.
P2: Explore the A2 S1 where Iago
manages to persuade Cassio to
drink then end up fighting
Montano, yet feigns reluctance to
incriminate his ‘friend’ when
Othello arrives. Consider how Iago
is called ‘honest’ throughout this
scene.
P3: Explore Shakespeare’s
structure, placing Iago soliloquys at
the end of A1, A2 S1, A2 S3. In
each one the audience are privy the
Iago’s plans and see how he
controls those around him through
deceit.
P3: Explore Shakespeare’s
structure, placing Iago soliloquys at
the end of A1, A2 S1, A2 S3. In
each one the audience are privy the
Iago’s plans and see how he
controls those around him through
deceit.
P3: Explore Shakespeare’s
structure, placing Iago soliloquys at
the end of A1, A2 S1, A2 S3. In
each one the audience are privy the
Iago’s plans and see how he
controls those around him through
deceit.
P4: A3 S3 Here Iago suggests
Cassio and Desdemona are having
an affair. Explore how Iago leads
Othello’s thoughts through
questioning ‘Honest, my lord?’ and
evasion ‘Think, my lord?’ and
pressure and release tactics.
P4: A3 S3 Here Iago suggests
Cassio and Desdemona are having
an affair. Explore how Iago leads
Othello’s thoughts through
questioning ‘Honest, my lord?’ and
evasion ‘Think, my lord?’ and
pressure and release tactics.
P4: A3 S3 Here Iago suggests
Cassio and Desdemona are having
an affair. Explore how Iago leads
Othello’s thoughts through
questioning ‘Honest, my lord?’ and
evasion ‘Think, my lord?’ and
pressure and release tactics.
P5: A4 S1 Explore how by this
point in the play Iago has utterly
changed Othello from a rational,
noble man to a violent, vengeful
beast consumed with jealousy.
Remember Othello’s ‘fit’ and how
Iago leads Othello away from
gentle thoughts of Desdemona with
abrupt comments ‘Ay, too gentle.’
P5: A4 S1 Explore how by this
point in the play Iago has utterly
changed Othello from a rational,
noble man to a violent, vengeful
beast consumed with jealousy.
Remember Othello’s ‘fit’ and how
Iago leads Othello away from
gentle thoughts of Desdemona with
abrupt comments ‘Ay, too gentle.’
P5: A4 S1 Explore how by this
point in the play Iago has utterly
changed Othello from a rational,
noble man to a violent, vengeful
beast consumed with jealousy.
Remember Othello’s ‘fit’ and how
Iago leads Othello away from
gentle thoughts of Desdemona with
abrupt comments ‘Ay, too gentle.’
Conclusion: Sum up what Iago
does to control those around him.
To conclude, Iago is arguably one
of the greatest villains due to his….
Conclusion: Sum up what Iago
does to control those around him.
To conclude, Iago is arguably one
of the greatest villains due to his….
Conclusion: Sum up what Iago
does to control those around him.
To conclude, Iago is arguably one
of the greatest villains due to his….
Spelling, punctuation, sentence
structure are worth 5 marks.
Spelling, punctuation, sentence
structure are worth 5 marks.
CHECK YOUR WORK.
CHECK YOUR WORK.
Write about times in the play when the
audience may feel Iago has power.
Give reasons for what you say. [25] *5
of this question’s marks are allocated
for accuracy in spelling, punctuation
and the use of vocabulary and
sentence structures.
Spelling, punctuation, sentence
structure are worth 5 marks.
CHECK YOUR WORK.
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