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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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Today we are going to reflect on the story we have read.
Vocabulary can be used to change the way a reader feels about a scene. By changing just a few key words a setting can be made much more interesting to read. For example, a church might be a typical part … Continue reading
There will-come-soft-rains-mini-scheme from Pato_Ch Here some analysis of the story in case you need it to write your essay
In pairs/groups you’ll be analysing some poems from Songs of Ourselves! Include: – themes and tones -literary devices, explanation, analysis and impact (why the writer uses them -your opinion on the poem -any connection with any other poem, story, song … Continue reading
Get in pairs to work with songs Choose a song that you like and prepare a presentation that includes: -short biography of the band/singer -analysis of the song (theme/tone/literary devices) -explanation of the title -your opinion on the song (why … Continue reading
What Is a Literary Essay? A literary analysis essay is an academic assignment that examines and evaluates a work of literature or a given aspect of a specific literary piece. It tells about the big idea or theme of a … Continue reading