Mrs. Lyons

In this lesson, we will be introduced to the character of Mrs. Lyons. We will explore how Mrs. Lyons is characterised in the opening of the play, and consider how and why Russell contrasts this character with Mrs. Johnstone.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Which is the correct definition of the word characterisation?

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Q2.When creating empathy, what is a writer seeking to do?

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Q3.By representing Mrs. Johnstone as a victim in the play, how does Russell influence us to respond to her?

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Q4.What necessity is Mrs. Johnstone unable to pay for at the start of the play?

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Q5.Through the characterisation of Mrs Johnstone, what message does Russell impart about the stereotypes surrounding working class women?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Which is the correct definition of the word characterisation?

1/5

Q2.When creating empathy, what is a writer seeking to do?

2/5

Q3.By representing Mrs. Johnstone as a victim in the play, how does Russell influence us to respond to her?

3/5

Q4.What necessity is Mrs. Johnstone unable to pay for at the start of the play?

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Q5.Through the characterisation of Mrs Johnstone, what message does Russell impart about the stereotypes surrounding working class women?

5/5

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Lesson 6 Quiz - Mrs. Lyons

A quiz consolidating our learning of the key vocabulary and concepts learned during our lesson on Mrs. Lyons.

Q1.Which is the correct use of the word contrast?

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Q2.Which character enjoys a privileged position within society?

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Q3.Which of the statements below is correct in terms of how Mrs Johnstone and Mrs Lyons embody the class divide?

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Q4.Which of the words below best describes Mrs Johnstone's behaviour towards Mrs Lyons?

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Q5.According to Mrs. Lyons, why does her house feel 'empty'?

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Lesson 6 Quiz - Mrs. Lyons

A quiz consolidating our learning of the key vocabulary and concepts learned during our lesson on Mrs. Lyons.

Q1.Which is the correct use of the word contrast?

1/5

Q2.Which character enjoys a privileged position within society?

2/5

Q3.Which of the statements below is correct in terms of how Mrs Johnstone and Mrs Lyons embody the class divide?

3/5

Q4.Which of the words below best describes Mrs Johnstone's behaviour towards Mrs Lyons?

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Q5.According to Mrs. Lyons, why does her house feel 'empty'?

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Lesson summary: Mrs. Lyons

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