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Game of Shadows

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Activity 1
WB p. 65

Game of Shadows

Group 1

Cersei Lannister, Game of Thrones.

Group 2

Ramsay Bolton, Game of Thrones

Group 3

Jon Snow, Game of Thrones

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You are in charge of one character.

a. Click here to have a look at the family tree. Use this tool along with what you already know to present your character.

b. Watch the video. Focusing on your character, pick out extra details to add to your presentation.

List as many parallels as possible between your character and her or his Shakespearean equivalent.

What are your impressions about your character? Can you identify with her or him?

Useful vocabulary: She / he is heir to… She / he is depicted as…
Her / his personality appeals to me because…
I can / can’t relate to her / him, as…
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Let's talk this out!

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Share your findings and learn about the other characters.

Which parallels are made between the work of Shakespeare and Game of Thrones? Be specific.

Which pair of characters is the most fascinating? The most endearing or loveable? The most violent?

Useful vocabulary: Parallels are drawn between…. and....
Just like…, In much the same way as...
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Grammar in Progress

The more / -er…, the more / -er…

Cette structure permet de montrer que deux choses évoluent simultanément.

Ex : The more blood, the more Macbeth enjoys it.
The more ambitious Macbeth is, the fiercer he becomes.
The bloodier, the better.

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Let’s learn!

Guessing game

Prepare a sentence using information from one of the documents. (Bonus: use as many synonyms as possible for “murder” and “blood”). Make your classmates guess which document you are talking about.

On your way to the task ❯❯ Step 1

Fan talk

Let’s use what you have learnt in and / or !

You are a Game of Thrones fan who encounters a Shakespeare enthusiast on a literature forum. Discuss the influence of Shakespeare on Game of Thrones.

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