Understanding Sheila

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Understanding Sheila

This is the corresponding PowerPoint for Lesson 11 of the unit Teaching An Inspector Calls. In this lesson, students use the character of Sheila to further their understanding of the interplay between one’s identity and one’s choices, and write an analytical paragraph concerning Priestley's presentation of her character.

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