Which story did you read? I read the Sniper.
Describe the physical setting of the story. Which words or descriptions contribute to the
emotional setting or mood? What is the mood that results from the authors use of description?
STEFANIE LETHBRIDGE AND JARMILA MILDORF:
Basics of English Studies:
An introductory course for students of
literary studies in English.
Developed at the English departments of the
Universities of Tbingen, Stuttgart and Freiburg
Table of Contents
Learning English through
Poems and Songs
A Resource Package
English Language Education Section
Curriculum Development Institute
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
English Language Education Section
1. rhyme - two or more words which match in the same last sound. Ex.: bat, cat
2. rhythm - the beat or cadence of poetry. Ex.: But soft! What light through yonder window breaks?
3. alliteration - two words in the same line with
The Birth of English Poetry
Dr Stuart D Lee
General points about Old English poetry
Old English poetry collections
Performance / Authorship / Audience
Technicalities of Old English Poetry
Consider some Old English
International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 2, Issue 10, October 2012
A Study of Indian English Poetry
Dr Sunita Rana
Hindustan Institute of Technology & Management
Abstract- Indian English poetry i
Students: Click File Make a copy OR
Experiencing Poetry Graphic Organizer
Initial Response:What does this poem
seem to be about?
Words: Were the words in this poem
difficult or easy to understand?Was there
any word or phrase tha
Originally devised by Melanie Hart and Nancy Lycett when at Rokeby School in
London Borough of Newham in 1995.
COLLABORATIVE LEARNING PROJECT
Project Director: Stuart Scott
We support a network of teaching professionals to develop and dissemin
What Should I Know For Module 1?
1.00: West Meets East, Meets West- Introduction
After completing the Module 1 Pre-Test, please open the Pre-test and look over the questions you
missed. It is a great idea to write down all of the questions you missed so t
Critic: Mary Shelley
Title of Critique: Frankenstein
Provide a basic outline of the critics article. She thinks the book but was amazing. It showed
a dramatic change from beginning to end,
Summarize his or her evaluation of the film
Image 1: The Dtente is a time where the United States and the Soviet Union
had improved. Richard Nixon wanted a changed and he wanted to end it all.
Image 2: The Prague Spring; A liberation of politics started by Czechoslovakia.
This started January 5th 1
I believe he is a patriot. Brutus stands up for Rome and honors Rome
because he kills Caesar to save Rome. At the Battle of Philippi, Brutus kills
himself because he had done all that he could do for Rome. He gave his life
for Rome. One may disagree becau
During the WW1 new technologies such as automatic guns were used. This
allowed soldiers to load their guns faster and spend much more time shooting at the
enemy. Today these guns are still used and have become a success. Poisonous gas bec
Now it is time to share what you have learned.
Pick one person in your lifeyour mom or dad, a friend, a sister or brother
and teach them one of the leadership ideas you learned in module 2. You can pick
from any of the above: Circles of Mastery/Growth,
United State Annex the Philippines
The United States moved towards the Philippines
-This caused a few problems for the Philippines, they didnt want the United States
bothering any other nations.
- The imperialism in the Philippines took a turn for the wor
I give Eye Contact 4 out of 5. I think that the creator of the film wanted the audience to worry
for the women and also feel what she feels which is fear. The characters in the story are the women and
the black figure following her. This Strange figure if
Critic: John Patterson
Title of Critique: LA Weekly
Provide a basic outline of the critics article. The critic thinks tha the film had multiple plot twist
Summarize his or her evaluation of the film in one sentence. He think during