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Songs are always written for a purpose, to communicate a message, as any form of text. In this case, we’ll focus on songs written to protest about an important issue. Musicians of all genres have voiced their support for causes … Continue reading
ePortfolio: an electronic collection of evidence that shows your learning journey over time. The key aspect of an eportfolio is your reflection on the evidence, such as why it was chosen and what you learned from the process of developing your eportfolio. … Continue reading
Watch the annotated poem and watch the following presentation “Song” by Lady Mary Wroth de AlinaClaps Now, think about the following: -Who is the voice? -What is the theme? And the tone? -How is love presented in this poem? -what … Continue reading
Point of view is the “eye” or narrative voice through which you tell a story. When you write a story, you must decide who is telling the story, and to whom they are telling it. The story could be told … Continue reading
Task 1: Read the poem How Do I Love Thee? (Sonnet 43) Elizabeth Barrett Browning – 1806-1861 How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.I love thee to the depth and breadth and heightMy soul can reach, when feeling … Continue reading
We are going to do some research on Literary periods to understand writers and the literature that took place over different socio-historical eras. Task 1: Read and investigate Literary periods Literary periods and movements Task 2: Prepare a timeline using … Continue reading
Mid-Term Break BY SEAMUS HEANEY I sat all morning in the college sick bayCounting bells knelling classes to a close.At two o’clock our neighbours drove me home. In the porch I met my father crying—He had always taken funerals in his … Continue reading
Activity 1 Read these articles in connection to disasters and make a list of words and phrases to describe devastated places. Use google drive to share the document with all the members of your group and the teacher. -Each member … Continue reading
Watch this video to review characters and themes! Make sure you have the story with you to find quotations!! After watching the video, organize private Meets with 2 or 3 partners Discuss ideas!! -First focus on the characters. -Then, make … Continue reading
Read the story: “Secrets” by Bernard MacLaverty Bernard MacLaverty was born in Belfast in 1942, and moved to Scotland in 1975, where he lived in Edinburgh, on the Isle of Islay, and now in Glasgow. After leaving school he became a Medical Laboratory … Continue reading
Before reading the story DR HEIDEGGER’S EXPERIMENT, the students investigated the writer and Dark Romanticism.
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