lunedì 23 ottobre 2017

5 L literature

Pre Raphaelites


Describing a painting/picture

Information on artist and year of origin … (image) is a painting by … (artist), painted in … (year). … (image), painted in … (year), is a work by … (artist) … (artist) painted … (image) in … (year). … (image) is a famous painting by … (artist). Describing the scene The picture was taken in … (place). The photo was taken at … (party). The picture shows a scene from … It's an image of … (place, person, scene). The picture describes … (scene). The picture shows … (place, person, scene) from a distance. … (place, person, scene) is shown from … (a bird's eye view/…). You look at … (place, person, scene) from … (above/behind/…). What can you see? In the picture you can see … … (position: on the left/right/…) there is / are … … (position: on the left/right/…) you can see … … is … (position: on the left/right/…) Impression … gives the impression of depth. … (person) seems to look at the viewer. His / Her eyes seem to follow the viewer. The figures look as if they exist in three dimensions. The viewer has the impression that the people in the picture are alive. The viewer's attention is focused on … To the alert eye it will become apparent … The viewer finds it difficult to withdraw his eyes from … The painting is vivid / happy / expressive. The picture makes the viewer feel … (sad/happy) The picture inspires the viewer to think about … Intention The artist mainly uses … (colours/forms/…) Important elements are highlighted. The artist / photographer / painter uses … to express … He / She (probably) wants to criticise / express / show … It is obvious that the artist wants to criticise / express / show … What the artist / photographer / painter wants to criticise / express / show is … What the artist / photographer / painter wants to point out is … I think / believe / am sure that … It seems / appears to me that … The problem illustrated here is … … symbolises … … is typical of …



Preraphaelite-brotherhood








Task: choose one of the Prerapahaelite's paintings, describe and analyse it, use this tool https://www.thinglink.com to organize your analysis.
An Example:
https://www.thinglink.com/scene/763432462918352897



The Oval portrait E.A. Poe

videolesson
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PPT Victorian Age


PPT CHARLES DICKENS

lunedì 17 ottobre 2016

Learning Journal

Essay writing

http://www.istruzione.it/esame_di_stato/201516/Licei.htm
http://www.slideshare.net/dbbbanjo/essay-writing-powerpoint-1
Graphic Organizer
GO

Essay map interactive



http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/


http://owl.excelsior.edu/writing-process/

http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/

http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/paragraphs/

http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/reading-to-write/


Types of writing 
http://www.roanestate.edu/owl/Describe.html

To study an Author



Fiction Story Map



Before-During-After - reading G.O. 




How to Create Personalised Graphic Organizers
Come creare Organizzatori Grafici personalizzati
On this site you can create G.O.s  putting inside a title, elements and instructions (Click the New button. Click on the type of Graphic Organizer you need-Type a title for the organizer- write instructions students can follow to complete the organizer.)

http://myt4l.com/index.php?v=pl&page_ac=view&type=tools&tool=graphicorganizers 
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 Graphic Organizers
On this site you'll find a series of ready made G.O.s with clear explanations on how and when to use them, click on a graphic organizer to download a PDF of it.
http://my.hrw.com/nsmedia/intgos/html/igo.htm


These are a series of G. O.s in  Word or Pdf ready to use.



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Useful G.O.s for the study of literature

Here is a wonderful site where you'll find a series of G.O.s organised according to school subjects, this is the page related to LITERATURE, you can download examples.


 http://www.vrml.k12.la.us/cc/vp_gle/2nd/more/graphic_organizers.htm
An online generator


vocabulary for Essay writing from Hina Honey
Graphic Organizer for a story

giovedì 13 ottobre 2016

Quarta

Quarta 2017/18
Prove d'esame

The finger counting 
Amy Cuddy
at
TEDGlobal 2012

Your body language may shape who you are

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Best Jobs of the future






Quiz 1-Quiz 2-Quiz 3-Quiz 4 


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https://www.cliffsnotes.com/~/media/a9443a8121fb45d9953babf7b6bdfed0.ashx?la=en
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Robinson Crusoe

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4L AS 2016-17
BEAUTY


venerdì 10 giugno 2016

Class 3



After the study of this G O here are some proposals:

Heroes
2)Talking about heroes, epic heroes and modern heroes, similarities and differences (A venn diagram)
Example
A link for more "Compare Contrast" G O
http://www.readingquest.org/strat/compare.html

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Joseph Campbell's monomyth, or the hero's journey, is a basic pattern that is found in many narratives from around the world. 



CREATE A JOURNEY FOR A HERO
The Hero's journey (interactive)

MAP -Early English Literature

Myths and Legends

The Medieval Ballad

Geometric Symbols