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VIRTUAL MUSEUM

VIRTUAL MUSEUM

VIRTUAL MUSEUM Woodburn School for the Fine and Communicative Arts Purpose of “Real Time” museum Document Display Educate Document Learning Display Educate Parents “Real Time” What is a virtual museum? …. The idea of a virtual arts integration night was born. What is a virtual museum?

By adamdaniel
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Clustering! from G. Rico

Clustering! from G. Rico

Click button to continue [9 slides, takes about 3 minutes]. Clustering! from G. Rico. Wendy’s Short Tutorial For Fellow Fiction Writers. 2008-June-22 © Wendy Wheeler. 1: Pick a Topic. Write the word or phrase you want to brainstorm on in the middle of a sheet of paper. Circle it.

By mike_john
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The Development of the Sonnet

The Development of the Sonnet

The Development of the Sonnet. Akziya Alzhani Jadyn Scruggs Matt DEDEAUX Nicole BROUGHTON Paula Mckeel Randy Coach Sheila SILVERS Steve wILLIAMS. Group 5. Definitions of a Sonnet. World English Dictionary

By sherlock_clovis
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Poetry Unit

Poetry Unit

Poetry Unit. Practice Test Questions 3. 1 NUNS fret not at their convent's narrow room, 2 And hermits are contented with their cells, 3 And students with their pensive citadels; 4 Maids at the wheel, the weaver at his loom, 5 Sit blithe and happy; bees that soar for bloom,

By paul2
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Introduction to Literature Literary Genres

Introduction to Literature Literary Genres

Introduction to Literature Literary Genres. Hodges Figgis founded in 1768, is a bookshop located in 58 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Ireland . I t is given a passing mention in James Joyce’s novel Ulsysses (1922) , chapter 3. Waterstones

By johana
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Metaphysical Poetry

Metaphysical Poetry

Arcibal, Martin Lagrosa, Teddy Morales, Eril Ochoa, Adriana. Metaphysical Poetry. AP Opening. Read the poem An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife (Who died and were buried together) by Richard Crashaw, and predict what the poem is about. Opening Lesson: Metaphysical Poetry.

By Albert_Lan
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Introduction to poetry

Introduction to poetry

Mr. Verlin South Philadelphia High School December 15, 2014. Introduction to poetry. Preliminaries. Turn to Elements , p. 455, and read the Mark Strand quote: “ Ink runs from the corners of my mouth. / There is no happiness like mine. / I have been eating poetry. ”

By Ava
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Poetry Week 1

Poetry Week 1

Poetry Week 1. What is it?. literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm. The Eagle by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. He clasps the crag with crooked hands; Close to the sun in lonely lands,

By Patman
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Homework/Reminders

Homework/Reminders

Homework/Reminders. *March 14-23: Paper #1, Draft 2 Conferences* -10% for each day paper is not turned in. Papers will not be accepted after Fri ., March 25.

By corbin
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Culler -- Chapter 5

Culler -- Chapter 5

Culler -- Chapter 5. Rhetoric, Poetics, and Poetry. Rhetoric/Poetics. The definitions have shifted about through time, right, but basically, Rhetoric is the art of persuasion, the language and thought that is used to construct discourse.

By symona
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Poetry Analysis Using TPCASTT

Poetry Analysis Using TPCASTT

Poetry Analysis Using TPCASTT. Getting Started…. This is a process to help you organize your analysis of poetry. We have already learned the vocabulary, now it’s time to put it into practice! Together, we are going to analyze “American Hero” using TPCASTT.

By gayora
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American Literature Timeline

American Literature Timeline

American Literature Timeline. What was their American dream?. Native Americans. Arrived 40,000 -20,000 B.C. 1. Oral literature: epic narratives, creation myths, stories, poems, songs. 2. Use stories to teach moral lessons and convey practical information about the natural world.

By rigg
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Marianne Moore

Marianne Moore

Marianne Moore. “A poem is an imaginary garden with real toads in it.”. Poetry. What do we Know?. Two Ways to Read Poetry. For the emotional impact For the analytical impact. Poetry.

By london
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Adelina’s Whales

Adelina’s Whales

Adelina’s Whales. Unit 4 Week 4 4 th Grade. Vocabulary . tangles - things twisted together, ssuch as strands of hair rumbling - heavy, deep, and rolling snoring - making loud breathing sounds when sleeping massive - big or heavy dove - jumped into the water head first

By bob
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Intro to Poetry

Intro to Poetry

Intro to Poetry. po·et·ry noun \ˈ pō -ə- trē What is it?. writing that formulates a concentrated imaginative awareness of experience in language chosen and arranged to create a specific emotional response through meaning, sound, and rhythm

By zihna
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What makes good teachers of literature good?

What makes good teachers of literature good?

What makes good teachers of literature good?. It’s the approach, not the text that matters. Joyce Nelson’s Wisdom. “If society really wanted to end teen pregnancy, they would have English teachers teach the sex education classes. We know how to make anything unpleasant.”.

By karma
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Tekstanalyse og –historie F09

Tekstanalyse og –historie F09

Tekstanalyse og –historie F09. Session Five: Poetry II. Agenda. Genre specific aspects of the study of poetry Assignment Three. Genre specificity. Poetry contains images (foot, shoe) Images have to be interpreted to create meaning: entrapment / fetishism

By axel
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Poetry

Poetry

Poetry. A Pretty Word for "Life." Page 742. Ms. Levine's Two Cents on… Writing Poetry. Nouns and verbs MOVE. Get rid of articles. Dig deep for a story, not a grocery list. All art, (including poetry & writing), is purposed to communicate – if you intend another to read it.

By torn
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Atmosphere: The overall feeling of a work, which is related to tone and mood.

Atmosphere: The overall feeling of a work, which is related to tone and mood.

Allegory: A story in which the characters represent abstract qualities or ideas. For example, in westerns, the sheriff represents the good, and the outlaw represents evil.

By russ
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7th and 8th ELA

7th and 8th ELA

7th and 8th ELA. Mrs. Theresa Harrington. What is ELA ?. READING. What does this look like? genre study/ literary terms independent reading book projects STAR testing Accelerated Reader vocabulary novel studies. READING: Novel Studies -. LISTENING.

By isla
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