Big thanks to Dylan Clarke in 10B/En1 for letting us share his (exceptional) work. Priestly explores the theme of social responsibility through the actions of the characters in the play. A model answer to an essay question for ‘An Inspector Calls’ for AQA GCSE English Literature which scored 28 marks. An Inspector Calls – Grade 8 Exemplar – Year 10. PS. While you’re here, why not liven up your playlists with one of our Girls Aloud/An Inspector Calls mashups? How does Priestly explore responsibility in An Inspector Calls? In An Inspector Calls, the themes of social responsibility, age, gender and class are explored. Could be used alongside new AQA GCSE English Literature specification. A theme is an idea that runs throughout a text. Question: ‘How does Priestley explore responsbility in ‘An …

How does Priestley explore attitudes towards social class in An Inspector Calls? Framework given and model answer to structure own response including textual evidence to the question - 'How does Priestley present the theme of social responsibility in ‘An Inspector Calls’?' Through Sheila, the Inspector, and Mr and Mrs Birling, Priestly suggests that everyone has a collective responsibility to one another. I think that the idea of the play and particularly the role of the Inspector are to try to bring the Birling family to understand that they have a … His use of the Inspector opens the door to explore responsibility in this play as he one by one challenges them to reveal their guilt.