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Advice to students who are working on their Romeo and Juliet project on how to prepare for their essay on fate.
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A presentation to our German partners on how technology has transformed our work in English at the London Nautical School
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In The Crysalids, John Wyndham created a fictional world that expressed the contemporary anxiety about the nuclear threat posed by the Cold War arms race. Told from the point of view of a naive narrator, David, The Cr...
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As part of the introduction to our Year 8 Macbeth Study, we're looking, in acute detail, at some small excerpts from the main play. Before we start reading. Before we know the plot. We're putting the microscope on ...
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A presentation to go with an examination of the specific dramatic elements in the first scene of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
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A presentation giving some pointers towards methods of improving the quality and sophistication of extended analytical and report writing for the students and teachers at the London Nautical School
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This presentation incorporates the close analysis of a short excerpt from Macbeth, where Lady Macbeth reveals her dark resolve for the presence of the figurative language feature, Personification. › Access the whol...
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This presentation explores references to fate and the use of figurative language in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet › Access the whole sequence here: wp.me/p3PtNk-cB