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Amazing work!! The students in language and Literature observed some works of art and choose the ones that inspired them to write a picture story. Congratulations on your learning process!! You have sucessfully written insightful stories and applied literary devices. … Continue reading
Who decides what art means? Let’s discuss the different paintings you have brought to class. Then, there is some work in classroom to do in groups.
Objectives: -To learn about the writer and how animals are presented in his poems. -To explore the theme man vs nature -to explore the concept of the dark side of the self. -to be able to apply these ideas and … Continue reading
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
Before reading the story DR HEIDEGGER’S EXPERIMENT, the students investigated the writer and Dark Romanticism.
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
Choose 10 of these questions and prepare a post in your blog to work on self assessment and reflection Relationships and Collaboration 1.Could you say something positive about each of your classmates? 2.What could you do today to help you … Continue reading
The story: annotated 41dbb416e2386133b7817ae2482c4fd5211fc9a1_1 (1) Prepare a presentation to post in your blog including some of the followin information (pair work): Answer questions 1) What is the significance of the division in the two rows of trees and the ‘parallel … Continue reading