Monthly Archives: May 2015

Richard III

Watch the 3 scenes we have already read. What can you see on stage? How about actors? Are they the way you imagined them? Why? Why not? What differences do you notice among the performances? Act 1 Scene 1 Act … Continue reading

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Games at Twilight: setting and vocabulary

When reading the story, we worked on setting and useful words and phrases to show tension and suffocation. The story: Games at Twilight Think about a really hot day here, in BA city. Describe the situation (use vocabulary from the … Continue reading

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Term Test Topics

Senior 1 -The clod and the pebble -Love 3 -Games at Twilight -Literary terms Senior 2 -Love 3 -The clod and the pebble -Games at Twilight You are not allowed to bring your poems with but but you can bring … Continue reading

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Games at Twilight

Reading the story deeply! Twilight: What does it mean in Literature? Internal conflict vs External conflict The conflict in a short story is a struggle between two forces. In an external conflict, a character struggles against an outside force, such … Continue reading

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King Richard III

Act 1 Scene 1 In the first lines of the play, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, reviews the current state of affairs in England. War is over and the house of York is on the throne. Everyone has put aside the … Continue reading

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A Song

This poem was presented by Juani, Mili Zubizarreta y Mili Alezzandrini. Do you agree with this article? Give reasons. Themes Love, romance and nature. Account for this with quotations from the poem. Hyperbolic comparison or analogy between his love and the … Continue reading

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Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare

  This is the presentation of the sonnet by Sebas, Belu Gay and Mili Brasco. Answer these questions: Who is “thee”? Does this poem necessarily keep living so long as humans keep breathing? Is the speaker right? Lines 8 and … Continue reading

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Grammar Review

After the work done in class on correction of mistakes, I thought it would be a good idea to share this with you. Grammar explanations: this link will help you solve grammar doubts. Here some exercises to practice!! Exercise 1 … Continue reading

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