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Hedda Gabler: Teaching Folder (Edexcel)

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If you're teaching Hedda Gabler for Component Three's Section C, Intepreting a Performance Text this folder is for you.

This teaching folder will provide you with a wealth of teaching ideas and resources to teach the entire play, from both a practical and theory-based perspective. Whether you want to dip in out of the folder, or follow it as a complete scheme, this will save you hours of planning.

All teaching ideas and resources focus upon how directors can use theatrical conventions to interpret a performance text

The folder will provide you with a comprehensive range of resources to help students to respond to an unseen extract from the play, in preparation for their exam.

A brand new teaching folder created specifically for the new Edexcel 2016 specification.

It covers topics such as: discussing this play in terms of the realist and naturalist movements, approaching the play's symbolic meanings within stage design, how to approach Ibsen's foil characters, how the characters are victims of their context and how this would affect directorial and performance ideas, alternative views of characters such as George Tesman, tempo rhythms within certain extracts, how modern day designers and performers can approach Ibsen's naturalistic ideas, approaching this play from a 'modern tragedy' perspective and looking at how characters such as Hedda defy the typical tragic hero conventions.

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