Category Archives: Senior 5 2020
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
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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
As a literary device, irony is a contrast or incongruity between expectations for a situation and what is reality. This can be a difference between the surface meaning of something that is said and the underlying meaning. It can also be a difference between what might be … Continue reading
Task 1: Based on Arthur Miller’s description of the scene at the very beginning of Act I (pp. 4-6), write whether these statements are true (T) or false (F). Discuss with a partner the information in the text that helps … Continue reading