Category Archives: Senior 5 2020

Vocabulary: Devastated Places

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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All My Sons (group work)

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Vocabulary to create tension and fear

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

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All My Sons (irony from page 5 to 11)

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

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All My Sons: Act I

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

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All My Sons

Collaborative task Before reading the play, let’s have a look at the life of the writer In pairs, each of you will read one of the following pages and will take notes of 10 important facts about the writer. Then, … Continue reading

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