Category Archives: Lang & Lit Tutorials 2019
After working on idiomatic expressions, the students got together in groups and prepared posters with new idioms. Good work girls!!
Let’s watch some videos https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-art-can-help-you-analyze-amy-e-herman https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-art-gives-shape-to-cultural-change-thelma-golden https://ed.ted.com/lessons/jane-hirshfield-the-art-of-the-metaphor Now, choose a painting that you like and work on: the artista and the art movement where the painting is (museum, important building, etc) what the painting transmits imagine the story behind the … Continue reading
If— BY RUDYARD KIPLING Listen to the poem If this poem was written today, what would you think of the author? Would he be famous and admired? Why/Why not?
Take notes of her main ideas, for example: Let´s work on this chat!! 1. Why did the first stories Chimamanda Adichie wrote include children eating apples & playing in the snow? A She thought apples must be much better than … Continue reading
Who is Benjamin Zephaniah? Poet, novelist and playwright Benjamin Zephaniah was born on 15 April 1958. He grew up in Jamaica and the Handsworth district of Birmingham, England, leaving school at 14. He moved to London in 1979 and published … Continue reading
Last class we read “My Greatest Ambition” and we focused on Rite of Passage. Let’s analyse the story. Think and write notes about the following: -Explain the title -Setting -Point of view -Mood -Characterization -Themes -Conflicts (Person vs Self/Person vs … Continue reading
James Joyce In our tutorial classes (today in the following weeks) we are going to work on “Eveline” by james Joyce and later see a movie “Brooklyn”. We are going to compare the story and the movie based on … Continue reading
For heidi-with-blue-hair from Pato_Ch Let´s discuss this poem together!! There are lots of things to talk about! For Heidi with Blue Hair When you dyed your hair blue (or, at least ultramarine for the clipped sides, with a crest of jet-black spikes on top) you were sent home from school because, … Continue reading