Category Archives: Senior 2 2016
Let`s work on literary devices and practice everything we know!! Trivia Quiz Game Flashcards game Complete this in your Blog: Literary terms to choose from: Allusion Climax Foreshadowing Flashback Genre Imagery Irony Metaphor Mood Narrator Onomatopeia Parody Personification Refrain Satire … Continue reading
Task 1 With close reference to the text of the short story Billenium explore the following questions in detail. Remember to include quotations and page numbers for the quotations in your answers Write a detailed synopsis of the story. Discuss … Continue reading
Let`s listen to the story Read about the writer -What calls your attention about the author of this story? -What does “the phoenix” symbolize? Deep analysis 1. Explore how Warner makes the ending of ‘The Phoenix’ so effective for you … Continue reading
Read the following instructions to make a complete post in your blog about this poem Read the poem. 2. Look up words in the dictionary 3. Who is the writer? 4. Check what the merlion is. Find a photo to … Continue reading
Last class we finished reading the story and you worked on some important facts: -characters -themes -symbols -Rite of Passage Let´s get deeper into the story Summary Conradin, a ten-year-old boy whom the doctor has given less than five years … Continue reading
The narrative of Tyres is set against the tension of German-occupied France during the Second World War, where relationships are strained, little can be openly communicated and suspicion is rife. The brutality of war suddenly intervenes in the middle of … Continue reading
Do you agree with this analysis? Why/Why not? Leave a comment saying what, in your opinion, is missing?
Senior 1 & 2 are getting together to write an essay on the poem “Passion” by K. Raine. Essay question Explore how the writer of “Passion” uses nature to express how she feels about love. Pairs/Groups Ramiro Aizpiri, Benja Mayol … Continue reading
Historical Background Link the video to your blogs. Taking into account this video and what we read in class, make a summary of the historical background of the play we are going to read.