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Historical Realism

Historical Realism

EDU11GCL - Genres in Children’s Literature. Historical Realism. Week 9 Lecture 1 The events of the past and the readers of the present. Definition.

By paul2
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Developing Character

Developing Character

Developing Character. ELA 9 November, 2006. What is a character development?. Character development refers to the way in which characters are brought to life by the author the better the audience knows the character, the better the character development. How do authors develop character?.

By tim
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Writing your own ballad

Writing your own ballad

Writing your own ballad. Stage One. Remind yourself of the ‘ingredients’ needed in writing a ballad: Tells a tragic story 4 line stanzas Rhyme scheme: abcb Regular, strong rhythm Longer first and third line (6,5,6,5 or 7,6,7,6 syllables) May use dialogue and questions

By topper
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Review for Test on the American Revolution and My Brother Sam is Dead

Review for Test on the American Revolution and My Brother Sam is Dead

Review for Test on the American Revolution and My Brother Sam is Dead. By: Miss Cantillon. In 1765…. Parliament passes The Stamp Act The French and Indian War ends King George III ascends to the throne of England Washington crosses the Delaware River and captures a Hession Force. Answer:.

By rhiannon
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“The Most Dangerous Game” Tech Focus Assignment

“The Most Dangerous Game” Tech Focus Assignment

“The Most Dangerous Game” Tech Focus Assignment. Follow all directions and be sure to stay on the approved sites for the photographs and images. How important are the settings in a story? What important events occur at the different settings?

By lulu
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Viewing British Films Critically ELTeCS Tambov Film Project

Viewing British Films Critically ELTeCS Tambov Film Project

Viewing British Films Critically ELTeCS Tambov Film Project. Study guide for: My Beautiful Laundrette. Cross-cultural discussion The rationale behind the project’s discussion group…….

By nardo
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Adventures of huckleberry finn jeopardy!

Adventures of huckleberry finn jeopardy!

Adventures of huckleberry finn jeopardy!. Feraco American literature 9 january 2008. Categories. CHARACTERS Events Philosophies 3 Questions worth $100 3 Questions Worth $200 1 Question Worth $100

By emily
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Crucible: Act 3

Crucible: Act 3

Crucible: Act 3. Listen to the end of the Act. Act 3 Basics before we finish Act. How and why does Giles Corey interrupt the court proceedings? What does the response of the judges to him and Francis Nurse suggest about the way the trials are being conducted?

By lel
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Theme

Theme

Theme. What do all of these movies have in common?. Theme. What is theme? A unifying or dominant idea in a work of art (literature, poetry, music, movies, plays, etc.) Theme is usually as short as a phrase or even one word. (Vengeance). Theme.

By mikhail
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Who tells us how to “be Catholic”?

Who tells us how to “be Catholic”?

Who tells us how to “be Catholic”?. Pharisees, Sadducees and Priests. Which one do you think is a rich Jew, responsible for running the temple ? a priest in the temple? a teacher of the Commandments & Law of Moses?. To describe the three groups in Judaism at the time of Jesus

By nolcha
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Unit: Understanding the influence of Homer’s Odyssey

Unit: Understanding the influence of Homer’s Odyssey

Unit: Understanding the influence of Homer’s Odyssey. What is an epic ? . I.Most epics share certain characteristics:. the hero is of imposing stature, of national or international importance, and of great historical or legendary significance;

By dixie
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Processing Strings with HMMs: Structuring text and computing distances

Processing Strings with HMMs: Structuring text and computing distances

Processing Strings with HMMs: Structuring text and computing distances. William W. Cohen CALD. Outline. Motivation: adding structure to unstructured text Mathematics: Unigram language models (& smoothing) HMM language models Reasoning: Viterbi, Forward-Backward Learning: Baum-Welsh

By korene
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The Moderns 1914-1939

The Moderns 1914-1939

The Moderns 1914-1939. Review. The American Dream. America is a New Eden A land of beauty, bounty and unlimited promise Look for both the promise and the disappointment of this idea in The Great Gatsby Optimism Progress is expected – life will always keep getting better and better

By aisha
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Schools of Literary Criticis m

Schools of Literary Criticis m

Schools of Literary Criticis m. The Purpose of Criticism. To help us resolve a difficulty in the reading . ( 2) To help us choose the better of two conflicting readings. ( 3) To enable us to form judgments about literature. . Historical / Biographical School.

By clover
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Critical Paper Topic 3

Critical Paper Topic 3

Critical Paper Topic 3. Jazmin Koerper, Beatrice Vu, Brad Deckel , Tylor Flebbe , Meg Larouche . Evaluating Characters.

By elan
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Quote Integration

Quote Integration

Quote Integration. The Sandwich. From journaling @ last class period. F ind a quote (cite it too) to support each idea listed (you may take your evidence from anywhere in in part 1 or part 2). Write a brief justification for each quote by answering the questions that follow the idea / prompt.

By josie
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Under Milk Wood

Under Milk Wood

Under Milk Wood. Revision session. Match the quote to the person. Now, what does each quote tell us about the person? What could you say about Thomas’s use of language for effect?. Word bank. What words could you use to describe the world of UMW …. Themes.

By midori
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Feedback on Hurdle Task

Feedback on Hurdle Task

Feedback on Hurdle Task. 27/ 7 /12. Sum up and where to?. It was early on, but the standard was medium at the highest. This shows a need for greater preparation and a better understanding of the text. . Read your feedback quickly and dot point summarise it now.

By adolph
(177 views)

Allegory

Allegory

Allegory. a literary device in which characters or events in a literary work symbolize ideas and concepts AKA extended metaphor. Famous Allegories.

By early
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Chapters 21 Vocabulary

Chapters 21 Vocabulary

Chapters 21 Vocabulary. Mr. Greaser. Human Rights. B asic freedoms and rights, such as freedom of speech, that all people should enjoy. Exile. Being forced to live outside one’s country for political reasons. Intensive Agriculture.

By presta
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