Glossary of rhetorical devicesGlossary of rhetorical devices
A reference to a person, event, or place in history, religious texts, or literature. For example: "The Garden of Eden" is an allusion to the place in Genesis and often symbolizes perfection
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D. U. C. A. T. S. – The “6 gold pieces” of writer’s voice DD. U. C. A. T. S. – The “6 gold pieces” of writer’s voice D
The following acronyms may help students to remember different elements of writer’s craft to consider when annotating a text
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Journey Into the Cultures of Africa Course DescriptionJourney Into the Cultures of Africa Course Description
African peoples and their diverse cultures, you will find that the line between cultures is both as wide as the Sahara and barely visible all at the same time
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Learning and Teaching Resources for Learning English through Poems and SongsLearning and Teaching Resources for Learning English through Poems and Songs
Elective Part of the Three-year Senior Secondary English Language Curriculum
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The Creation of Man and the Evolutionary Record J. Raymond ZimmerThe Creation of Man and the Evolutionary Record J. Raymond Zimmer
This paper will also apply that perspective in a comparison between Genesis 1: 26-30, which depicts the creation of man, and hominid evolution as described by recent scientific publications
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Campus: Princeton High School Author(s): Lia Brewer, Marti StellpflugCampus: Princeton High School Author(s): Lia Brewer, Marti Stellpflug
Reading/Vocabulary Development. Students understand new vocabulary and use it when reading and writing. Students are expected to
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August 2009 Learning AreaAugust 2009 Learning Area
Why are some people opposed to wind farms? Explain whether you think it is a sound argument
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Allegory – a story or tale with two or more levels of meaning – a literal level and one or more symbolic levels. The events, setting, and characters in an allegory are symbols for ideas and qualities. Ex: alliterationAllegory – a story or tale with two or more levels of meaning – a literal level and one or more symbolic levels. The events, setting, and characters in an allegory are symbols for ideas and qualities. Ex: alliteration
Alliteration – the repetition of initial consonant sounds, used to give emphasis to words, imitate sounds, and create musical effect. Ex: “Once upon a midnight dreary while I pondered weak and weary…” (Poe)
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English 9 Fundamental Literary TermsEnglish 9 Fundamental Literary Terms
The most obvious, dictionary definition of a word. For example: “That diamond is a gem.” The dictionary definition of gem is “a precious rock,” so the word gem is being used literally
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Literary Terms The following is a list of terms that describe elements of writing and devices/techniques that you may find useful to know when writing and reading poems, stories and informative pieces. AllegoryLiterary Terms The following is a list of terms that describe elements of writing and devices/techniques that you may find useful to know when writing and reading poems, stories and informative pieces. Allegory
Egory is George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm, where farm animals revolt against the farmer. On a literal level it is a simple story about a farm
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1. best known: the rags to riches story1. best known: the rags to riches story
It’s been said that there are only seven basic plots in the world, and that all storylines follow one or other of them. They are
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February 2014 uestions for discussionFebruary 2014 uestions for discussion
What do you think a piece of physical evidence could be in a bushfire investigation?
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Key Learning Students will develop a deeper understanding of the life and work of Banjo Paterson. The Australian CurriculumKey Learning Students will develop a deeper understanding of the life and work of Banjo Paterson. The Australian Curriculum
Students will develop a deeper understanding of the life and work of Banjo Paterson
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Introduction to The American Prose Poem (Gainesville: up of Florida, 1998). Michel DelvilleIntroduction to The American Prose Poem (Gainesville: up of Florida, 1998). Michel Delville
American avant-garde known as the "Language poetry" group. Baudelaire's generic enfant terrible now seems to have developed almost as many trends as there are poets practising it, so that any attempt at a single
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The youtube prophecy initiativeThe youtube prophecy initiative
The frenzy of prophetic speculation has now escalated to the point that most Premillenialists don’t even recognize that the word “Postmillennial” even exists let alone grasp the concept
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