Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Passage to India

Setting …….The time is the early twentieth century, probably about 1920. The novel begins in Chandrapore, a fictional Indian city along the Ganges River. Forster appears to have modeled Chandrapore after Bankipur, a community near the city of Patna in … Continue reading

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“Continuum”

Poem and writer Biography of Allen Curnow: a New Zealand poet and journalist was born in Timaru grew up in a religious family generally wrote satirical poetry reflecting his childhood into his poems emotional connectivity greatest poet in his country … Continue reading

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A Different History: the poem and the poet

Listen to the poet reading the poem. How effective do you find the final two lines of the poem? Do they find anything amusing in the poem? The writer: Sujata Bhatt was born in Ahmedabad, and brought up in Pune until 1968, when she … Continue reading

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Con una pequeña ayudita de mis amigos….

Comparto un link a un google doc para que cada uno deje una reflexión sobre “el uso de las redes sociales en educación” Documento

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Dover Beach

Matthew Arnold (1822-1888) wrote “Dover Beach” during or shortly after a visit he and his wife made to the Dover region of southeastern England, the setting of the poem, in 1851. They had married in June of that year. A … Continue reading

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Trabajo Colaborativo

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Connecting Classrooms Project

Connecting Classrooms is a British Council Schools Online global programme that offers collaborative projects for learners, online resources and professional development for teachers and school leaders. Participant schools in the UK and countries around the world build partnership that enrich the curriculum, improve … Continue reading

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Seamus Heaney: “Polish Sleepers”

Read Seamus Heaney’s Biography and take note of important events in his life that may have an influence on his writings. Read these articles based on the book we are reading: Article      Article 2 : Write a summary. Use one of … Continue reading

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A Different History

Poem http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saraswati Are the two parts of the poem really separate, or have they a common theme that links them together? How serious is Bhatt in this poem? Is there any humour in it? Another poem by the same writer … Continue reading

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Fielding is an important character in the novel because he betrays his English friends. Discuss.

Fielding is believed to be an important character in the novel due to the fact that despite he is British he takes a position in favor of the Indians, betraying his English friends. In the following essay I am going … Continue reading

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Raising Awareness on Saving Energy through Poetry

Work on this survey Get in pairs or groups and choose an article to read: Articles Write an article on energy for the newspaper using this link Send the link to email: pat.chujman@lascumbres.edu.ar Read a selection of poems PSoc-GreenPack 1. … Continue reading

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“Fielding is an important character in the novel because he betrays his English friends.”

In the following essay I will discuss the statement: “Fielding is an important character in the novel because he betrays his English friends.” Indiain the 1920s was, ironically, a harsh time to be an India; they were treated like the … Continue reading

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