15/6/17  Noun phrases/ Describing Nouns: Upon the bench in the park sits the same old gentleman I see every morning, his legs subconsciously protect the one bag at his feet. RELATIVE CLAUSES: Litter was flying amongst the grit and dust, the wind was picking up debris gracefully before smashing it into the cold, hard ground. The […]

Behind the tall grey gates lies the _____ city of……… Above the harbour bridge a helicopter buzzes, oblivious to the fact a civil war has just begun… Beyond the chaos a calm city awaits… Below the bridge, hundreds of bodies float… Between the cities stand the guarded gates of Owakuu. Below the window sits pools of toxic […]

How does Shakespeare use language to reinforce his ideas in Macbeth? IDEA: Brevity of life/ meaninglessness Language: Metaphor, – “out out brief candle” Use of meter – Repetition – Alliteration – What to have: Connect to question Provide insight Supply examples Paragraph: Example Statement: Shakespeare in his tragedy Macbeth is preoccupied with the relationship between humanity and the forces […]

Reading journal  A self selected reading project. 6 independently selected texts, including: 2 extended texts ( novel,autobiography..) 2 other written texts (short story, feature article…) 2 films Must be at least level 6 curriculum to qualify Once a text is read: Summarise briefly the text ( plot, characters, setting, genre ) Identify any personal connections […]

Macbeth’s Soliloquy – Is this a dagger which I see before me (2.1) Is this a dagger which I see before me, The handle toward my hand? Come, let me clutch thee. I have thee not, and yet I see thee still. Art thou not, fatal vision, sensible To feeling as to sight? or art […]

If stated how an event effected someones state of mind = excellence

When the natural world or setting appears to respond to/reflect the human events. eg. Using storms or weather to fit the scene, if something bad or sad happens its stormy.