Tag Archives: analysis

Full analysis of Sredni Vashtar

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

Posted in 2016, Senior 2 2016 | Tagged , | 4 Comments

The Yellow Wall Paper

Ceci told me you are reading and analysing this wonderful story. We believe it would be a good idea to use paragraphs from another story “The Mark on the Wall” (Virginia Woolf) to compare and contrast ideas, feelings, thoughts, and so … Continue reading

Posted in Senior 4 2016 | Tagged , | 3 Comments

The Prison

After reading the story and analysing it, we produced this scrapbook:

Posted in Senior 1 2015 | Tagged , , | 4 Comments

They Flee from me, that sometimes did me Seek

Watch this presentation analysing the poem Task 1 How does biographical knowledge of Sir Thomas Wyatt and King Henry VIII help you understand this poem? Be specific. What does the direct quote add to the poem’s meaning Explain how—according to … Continue reading

Posted in 2016, Senior 5 2016 | Tagged , , , | 13 Comments

The Clod and The Pebble: full analysis

Today we read the poem “The Clod and the Pebble” again to make a deep analysis.

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Pike: Listen to the poem

Ted Hughes – Pike por poetictouch After listening to the poem, read this article Pike by Ted Hughes and write a summary listing the main ideas. Post the summary in YOUR blog. Title of the post: Pike (don’t forget to … Continue reading

Posted in Senior 1 2013 | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

My Son the Fanatic by Hanif Kureishi

   “My Son the Fanatic” represents and explores conflicting notions of modern British identity. As well as ethnic and racial tensions, you might look at questions of generational difference, gender, religion, empire, class. 1. Use textual evidence from the story … Continue reading

Posted in Senior 5 2013 | Tagged , | 12 Comments