A Dolls House: Act II
Shift from social aspect to psychological exploration interior motivations revealed. However, no
Dr. Rank is a foil for Torvald's unyielding sense of morality. Mrs. Linde is a foil for Nora's bel
Tutorial: Skills Modules 2.0
Individual Name: Brandy Brewer
Southern WV CTC
Overview Of Most Recent Use
Lesson - Hi
Elaborative rehearsal is a way of transferring memories from short term memory to long term by
connecting new information with something already well known. I can use this to remember that
the Autonomic Nervous system control organs, glands, and involunta
I found the theme throughout this module to be about how Presidents and Government
decisions impacted the lives of Americans. A quote I feel is representative of this theme is, one
hundred years of delay have passed since President Lincoln freed the slave
O'Henry's short story "The Gift of the Magi" contains many Biblical allusions, or
references to the Bible. In the 20th century, a writers' style and tone were often
influenced by the King James Bible.
W. E. B. Du Bois, The Souls of Black
Directions: Identify five examples of the use of logos, ethos, and pathos in the speech. First, cite
specific lines from the speech. Then, indicate whether the lines are an example of logos, ethos, or
pathos. Finally, explain the impact the lines are inte
1. We head home: through the gloss of rain or weight.
a. I would change through to amid because the online dictionary says it means to
be surrounded by, which I think is a stronger way to describe the way we travel
home despite struggle.
2. or the impossi
1. I am caring because my goal is to ensure that everyone around me is happy and
2. I am trustworthy because I believe in privacy and respecting others lives.
3. I am humble because I help others in less fortunate situations than I rather tha
The poems On the Pulse of Morning and One Today both illustrate the effects of
cultural diversity among Americans in the 20th and early 21st centuries. Maya Angelou
beautifully describes the importance of coming together despite our differences when she s
Effect on the
Element of the Speech
What the Speaker Says
Distracted driving kills.
The claim is short
Safe driving starts with
and effective, leaving
a lasting impression
on the audience. It
What is the speakers claim?
puts the respo
SAT season is hard on everyone, but it really takes its toll on Ella. Ella constantly feels
pressure from her mother to be perfect, and constantly represses the childhood memories of her
mother comparing her to her brother. After studying at the library a
If I were to recreate the video for a 21st century audience, I would cast an older actor such as
Robert De Niro to be the speaker, and Id set the scene in a hospital. The reason for casting an
older actor is because Id want the beginning of the speech to
How its used (quotes)
Animal joy in his being
is implicit in all his
He acts like an animal,
has an animal's habits!
Tiger - tiger! Drop
Key Words in the Play - The 'Wonderful'
Each Act in the play organizes its actions characters and dialogues
around a crisis, where there will occur an anagnorisis
(perception/recognition) and a peripety (reversal): therefore, there
will be three in this p
Begins with a foil for the Helmer marriage- both Krogstad and Nora are
guilty of transgression. Yet Kristine accepts Krogstad. Discussion of life
outside the dolls house
Attitudes to work and life Kristine and Nora
Torvalds fantasy world what he d
A Streetcar Named Desire Analysis
The first part of this scene introduces us symbolically to the essential characteristics
of Stanley Kowalski. He enters in a loud-colored bowling jacket and work clothes and
is carrying "a red-stained package."
ACT 3, Scene 1
A Streetcar Named Desire
Stanley appears and calls for Stella, his wife, to catch a package of meat. He then
goes bowling and Stella follows. Almost immediately, Blanche appears trying to find
a certain street number. Eunice, the neighbor, sees t
Dolls House: Act II Summing up
Shift from social aspect to psychological exploration- interior motivations
revealed. However, no psychological insights
Dr. Rank is a foil for Torvalds unyielding sense of morality. Mrs Linde i
Show how belief or faith is represented in at least two of the literary works you
have studied and discuss how this aspect might be interpreted or understood in
different historical, cultural or social contexts.
Context: historical, cultural or social can
A Dolls House
1) Ibsen loved storms and this play provoked one of the greatest storms
of all, not just in theatre but also in the society.
2) According to M.C. Bradbrook The 19 th century dramatic tradition is
3) Notorious for its themes a
Macbeth ACT 1 Scene 5
Enter LADY MACBETH, alone, with a letter
LADY MACBETH enters, reading a letter.
(reading) They met me in the day of success,
The witches met me on the day of my victory in
and I have learned by the perfectes
Chantal St Hilaire
Basal cell carcinomas is the most common form of human cancer, predominantly resulting from
abnormal activation of the hedgehog-signaling pathway. Cycl