Homework: Who’s a Mockingbird?
Apr21

Homework: Who’s a Mockingbird?

MOckingbird

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Deeper Influence of Setting – To Kill a Mockingbird
Mar18

Deeper Influence of Setting – To Kill a Mockingbird

Tonight’s homework is to complete, on your blog, an analysis of the implications of the details Harper Lee provides about the town Maycomb. Attached is the presentation supporting your identification of these underlying ideas. GDE Error: Error retrieving file - if necessary turn off error checking (405:Method Not Allowed)

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The Symbolism of the Courthouse
Mar02

The Symbolism of the Courthouse

          In the initial description of the courthouse we have detected a wealth of possible symbolism. Everything from the concrete pillars being too big for what they support to the rusty unreliability of the victorian clock appear to have parallels with Southern American society in the 1930’s Your task is to explain these ideas in a formal anaylsis on your...

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Coursework: Component 2: Transformation
Dec07

Coursework: Component 2: Transformation

Transformation Exemplar: Roost

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Bare Vexed: Homework – Identify Features
Sep30

Bare Vexed: Homework – Identify Features

  Tonight’s homework is to follow – I’ve also attached a glossary of language features to help you on your way. Don’t forget the over-all project can be accessed here Poetic Language Glossary

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Coursework 1: Bare Vexed
Sep29

Coursework 1: Bare Vexed

Bare Vexed

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Homework: Instant Messaging Transcript
Sep22
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Homework: complete annotating the transcript
Sep15

Homework: complete annotating the transcript

Tonight’s homework task is to complete the annotation of this spoken language transcript – using the list of spoken language features attached below to correctly classify each variation from standard written English. Spoken Language Glossary

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