For Romeo and Juliet the first specimen question was: 'Explain how far you think Shakespeare presents Lord Capulet as a good father.' And the second specimen question was: 'Explore how Shakespeare presents attitudes towards love in Romeo and Juliet.' So the first question was about a character, and the second was about a theme.
Therefore, would it be fair to predict the question on Monday will be on a character if they're alternating between the two? they asked how Shakespeare presented men as aggressive... The feuds were what people in the Shakespearean era do anyway, it had nothing to do with men being aggressive, it was to do with defending the family name.
Have a look at this example: Romeo and Juliet conflict Question In this question, the main theme you are being asked to discuss is ‘conflict’ and have an excellent extract to start from.
The question is deliberately very open, and there are lots of different ways you could approach it. You could get full marks discussing: What the examiners want you to demonstrate is an in depth knowledge of the play and the ability to explore interesting ideas.
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Romeo And Juliet Essay Questions Gcse
Does anybody have any ideas for what sort of questions we can expect, especially on Romeo & Juliet?I dunno, but I couldn't really think of any other examples of aggression after Act 3 apart from Romeo's fight with Paris, but I didn't remember any quotes for it. I said a similar thing, how they were aggressive towards women and their attitudes towards sex. I had a mental breakdown at the Unseen Poetry questions, I thought that both the unseen poems were too challenging... I had a mental breakdown at the Unseen Poetry questions, I thought that both the unseen poems were too challenging...I also wrote about Capulet threatening Juliet and how he uses his male aggression to gain control and authority over her. shame, Unseen Poetry is the only part of English I can do... shame, Unseen Poetry is the only part of English I can do...I also wrote about individual character's attitudes towards violence such as Romeo and how he was more inclined to go with heart than head.There wasn't much to pick up on in the extract, but I just related it to context and how the start would please a Shakespearian audience.How does love operate between Lord and Lady Capulet, Juliet, the Nurse, and Tybalt? Some readers consider the final scene in which both Romeo and Juliet die to be triumphant. Discuss these instances and how the characters' reactions to those dreams affect the action in the play. Removing #book# from your Reading List will also remove any bookmarked pages associated with this title.In addition to the families being reconciled, how is the final scene triumphant? How do the characters interpret or misinterpret their dreams? The feud between the families seems to be an ever-present concern for the characters. Are you sure you want to remove #book Confirmation# and any corresponding bookmarks?Also said about how Sampson could be seen as more cowardly than other characters. I just wrote about the constant repetition of violence and aggressive behaviour throughout the play, and it's results.Also said about how Sampson could be seen as more cowardly than other characters. I said a similar thing, how they were aggressive towards women and their attitudes towards sex.You could be asked about a key theme, a particular character, or a mixture of both.33 questions and 1 template: what more could you want.