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|Description||A cross-specification course to reinvigorate both your own reading of Othello and your teaching strategies. As well as sessions providing resources and practical strategies for teaching the text in its literary and generic context, the day will include a short lecture by Dr Eric Langley of UCL.|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||A range of approaches for reading and analysing the text including performance, stylistics and critical materials.
Othello as tragedy – practical strategies for introducing, exploring and using concepts and criticism effectively to illuminate the text.
The play in its context – how to ensure context deepens rather than dominates responses.
Revising the text – strategies to extend students’ understanding rather than simply consolidate it.
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