Everything you need to understand or teach An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley.
An Inspector Calls, a play written by British writer J.B. Priestley in the early 1900’s, is equal parts thriller and social commentary. A wealthy industrialist and the members of his extended family are visited by a police inspector investigating the death of a working-class young woman That death that, according to the inspector, was triggered to one degree or another by the actions of the family. As it builds to its double-twist surprise ending, the narrative explores themes related to the destructive qualities of capitalism, truth vs. delusion, and the need for compassion in human relationships.
An Inspector Calls Lesson Plans contain 127 pages of teaching material, including: