The form, structure and language of Romeo and Juliet reveals how Shakespeare presented his play to his audience, exploring his intentions and what he was trying to make the audience think and feel.
Goals Understand a method for analysing structure in literary texts. Analyse the use of structure in a real text. Lesson plan This lesson is focused on the GCSE English Language 'structure' Assessment Objective. It begins by considering what is meant by 'structure', and then introduces an analytical method for exploring the structure of literary texts. This approach is then applied to a short.