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There Will Come Soft rains (review)

There will come_soft_rains powerpoint from Pato_Ch More ideas that will help you Relationship between the family (man) and nature The automated house of Bradbury’s story presents itself as the perfect environment for human beings—a space that readily caters to nearly every imaginable … Continue reading

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The Lady in the Looking Glass: A Reflection

Virginia Woolf Answer the following questions in your blog.  Notice how the mirror in the first paragpraph is set up as the frame for a kind of a portrait. The unnamed narrator attempts to construct a portrait of the Isabella … Continue reading

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Clubes: Encuentro #9

¿Cómo sonar inteligente en tu charla? En parejas: -Esxuchá la charla de tu compañero -Valorá su charla en base a la Escalera de Feedback de Daniel Wilson (1999)

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The Danger of a Single Story

Take notes of her main ideas, for example: Let´s work on this chat!! 1. Why did the first stories Chimamanda Adichie wrote include children eating apples & playing in the snow? A She thought apples must be much better than … Continue reading

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There Will Come Soft Rains

Ray Bradbury is the author of this great Sci-Fi story. Who was Ray Bradbury? Find out https://www.biography.com/writer/ray-bradbury http://www.raybradbury.com/bio.html https://jgdb.com/biography/author-ray-bradbury SCIENCE FICTION (Sci Fi)– stories that often tell about science and technology of the future involving partially true fictions laws or … Continue reading

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Elephant by R. Carver

Let’s get to know the writer Biography Here a link to the story ELEPHANT Reading Questions (discuss with your partner) What kind of metaphorical meaning do we get from the story’s title? What is the narrator’s dependence or addiction? What … Continue reading

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The Lady in the Looking Glass: A Reflection

Virginia Woolf Biography 1 Biography 2 Role of women in the 19th C Victorian women Women in the 19th C Activity In pairs, each student will read one article from each topic and will take notes. Then, you’ll get together … Continue reading

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When a student decides to write….

In Language and Literature Tutorials, we read some poems by Benjamin Zephaniah. Jerónimo and Rochi chose the poem “The British” to analyse and prepare a presentation for the rest of the students. The British (serves 60 million) Take some Picts, … Continue reading

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Friend – Hone Tuwhare

Hone Tuwhare, Maori poet (born Oct. 21, 1922, Kaikohe, Northland, N.Z.—died Jan. 16, 2008, Dunedin, N.Z.), made an international impression and became the first widely celebrated Maori poet with his initial collection, No Ordinary Sun (1964). Tuwhare’s poetry, written in English, has a conversational tone and … Continue reading

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Encuentro #8

Ya estamos escribiendo el guión de la charla. Cada uno de ustedes ha pensado en una idea que debemos ir puliendo para que sea clara, emotiva y deje pensando a nuestra audiencia. Hoy, trabajaremos las emociones y cómo transmitirlas! Luego … Continue reading

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Benjamin Zephaniah´s poetry

Who is Benjamin Zephaniah? Poet, novelist and playwright Benjamin Zephaniah was born on 15 April 1958. He grew up in Jamaica and the Handsworth district of Birmingham, England, leaving school at 14. He moved to London in 1979 and published … Continue reading

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Cetacean by Peter Reading

Poet Peter Reading was born on 27 July 1946 in Liverpool, England. He worked as a school teacher in Liverpool (1967-8) and at Liverpool College of Art where he taught Art History (1968-70). He was Writer in Residence at Sunderland … Continue reading

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