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Senior 1

Senior 1 esquema de contenidos nodales – dic 2017 from Pato_Ch Senior 1 plan de trabajo – dic 2017 from Pato_Ch

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A View from the Bridge

Last class we read the first part of Act II and we got shocked!! Now, it is time to put our thoughts, ideas, and opinions into writing. How does A. Miller create an impression of tenderness and love in this … Continue reading

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A View From the Bridge

We are reading this play in class and today we are going to do some review on important topics. Get in pairs and start a post in your blog including the following: Cast of Characters Alfieri – lawyer Eddie – … Continue reading

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A View from the Bridge: a play

Drama is a unique literary form because they are designed to be acted out on a stage before an audience. The word ‘drama’ comes from the Greek word ‘dran’ meaning to act or to do. As “literature in action,” drama brings a story to life before our … Continue reading

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A View from the Bridge

Context In 1947, Arthur Miller was doing research on Pete Panto, a young Longshoreman who was executed by the mob for attempting to revolt against union leadership. He was told an interesting story about another Longshoreman in the area who … Continue reading

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One Art by E. Bishop

Listen to 3 different readings of the same poem General questions: What do you think the poet means by “the art of losing” and how serious is she about this idea? How important is the poem’s form to your reading … Continue reading

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The Moving Finger by Edith Wharton

The Moving Finger: text After reading part 3 and 4, answer the following questions: 1. Make a summary of part 3 and Part 4 2. Why did Grancy have the portrait changed? Find a quote to prove your answer 3. … Continue reading

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For Heidi with Blue Hair

Before reading the poem and analysing it, I would like you to tell me what you have investigated in connection to the writer. Now, let´s have a look at this presentation. Take notes of everything we say about the poem. … Continue reading

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Poetry for IGCSE 2019

Section A: Poetry Candidates answer on one set text in this section. From Songs of Ourselves Volume 1, Part 5, the following 15 poems: Fleur Adcock, ‘For Heidi With Blue Hair’ James K Baxter, ‘Elegy For My Father’s Father’ Elizabeth … Continue reading

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Senior 1 Term Test 1

Topics for the Term Test Poem “Mirror”. Answer some questions Story “The Fall of the House of Usher”. Analyse quotations Study Figures of speech (especially the ones that can be applied to the poem and the story read) and Gothic … Continue reading

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The Fall of the House of Usher

Analysis of the story! 1 fall of_the_house_of_usher_dis from Pato_Ch After reading the story and analysing in full detail, let`s watch a video. -What calls your attention? -Are characters the way you imagined them? Explain. Leave a comment

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Poem: Mirror by Sylvia Plath

Mirror I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions. Whatever I see I swallow immediately Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike. I am not cruel, only truthful ‚ The eye of a little god, four-cornered. Most … Continue reading

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