No Fear Shakespeare. No Fear Shakespeare - ALL. It all started with Hamlet (see No Fear Shakespeare - Hamlet for more details).
I figured that since I could make one of these, I could do the rest. All it would take would be a more general program and some "skillz" at using Microsoft Word. Again, I'm sorry, but no source code will be released at this point. It's a bit neater than it was when I was extracting Hamlet, but it's still difficult to explain.
Maybe I'll just release it in its unpolished form sometime. Here's a quick overview of what I did, if you care. Now you can go download all of the files, and here are some things you should know first: You can get specific Word 2007 (.DOCX) or .PDF files by going into the different folders for the different plays.The .DOCX files are smaller, but you'll need something to read it, but I think the .PDF files seem more professional.You CAN edit the .DOCX files, but you CANNOT edit the .PDF files. " Remember, THE TEXT IS NOT MINE! If you liked this, don't forget to tell your friends! Flashcards - Key Passages for IOC - <span>To be, or not to be: that is the question:</span><br> <span>My father's brother, but no more like my father</span><span><br></span><span>Than I to Hercules. </span>
Nlaworldlit.weebly.com/uploads/8/5/8/7/8587533/discussion_questiosn.pdf. Nlaworldlit.weebly.com/uploads/8/5/8/7/8587533/discussion_questiosn.pdf. Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Written by Format: Trade Paperback, 128 pages Publisher: Vintage On Sale: October 7, 2003 Price: $13.95 ISBN: 978-1-4000-3471-0 (1-4000-3471-X) TEACHER'S GUIDE A man returns to the town where a baffling murder took place 27 years earlier, determined to get to the bottom of the story.
Just hours after marrying the beautiful Angela Vicario, everyone agrees, Bayardo San Roman returned his bride in disgrace to her parents. Her distraught family forced her to name her first lover; and her twin brothers announced their intention to murder Santiago Nasar for dishonoring their sister. Yet if everyone knew the murder was going to happen, why did no one intervene to stop it?
The central action which shapes and informs every page of Chronicle of a Death Foretold is the murder of the twenty-one-year-old aristocrat, Santiago Nasar, by the Vicario brothers in a “legitimate defense” of their sister’s honor. Learning at last of the Vicario brothers’ intent, Nasar shows only confusion. Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Blogs.yis.ac.jp/holoveczi/files/2012/10/Lang-and-Lit-P1-HL-Assessment-ttqswu.pdf. IB Assessment Rubric. IB English Language and Literature » Exam Paper 1 Rubric (SL) PAPER 1: Textual analysis (SL) Criterion A: Understanding of the text • To what extent does the analysis show an understanding of the text, its type and purpose, as well as its possible contexts (for example, cultural, temporal, relation to audience)?
• Are the comments supported by references to the text? Marks Level descriptor 0 The work does not reach a standard described by the descriptors below. 1 There is little understanding of the text and context; comments are not supported by references to the text. 2 There is some understanding of the text and context; comments are sometimes supported by references to the text. 3 There is adequate understanding of the text and context; comments are mostly supported by references to the text. 4 There is good understanding of the text and context; comments are consistently supported by references to the text. 5 There is very good understanding of the text and context; perceptive comments are supported by consistently well-chosen references to the text.
The Endless Mirror Up to Nature: The Play within the Play. Www.folger.edu/documents/Folger_Hamlet_cg.pdf. Blogs.yis.ac.jp/kashimam/files/2012/09/d_1_a1lan_gui_1102_1b_e-v299ow.pdf. Hamlet Reading Questions (Norton) Hamlet Discussion Questions. Tips for Individual Oral Commentary Preparation. Michael McAdam - IB English Language and Literature. IB English Language and Literature » Lang & Lit at a glance (syllabus)
Part 1: Language in cultural context Texts are chosen from a variety of sources, genres and media.
Part 2: Language and mass communication Texts are chosen from a variety of sources, genres and media. TEXT for Parts 1 and 2: : Everything’s an Argument Part 3: Literature—texts and contexts SL & HL: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi (graphic novel)SL & HL: Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe (novel)HL: Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight by Alexandra Fuller (non-fiction memoir) Part 4: Literature—critical study HL: Macbeth by William ShakespeareSL & HL: poetry by Carol Ann DuffySL & HL: The Great Gatsby by F.
(from the IB Subject Guide) Language skills Students will develop and refine their language skills. Close analysis of texts Language A: language and literature is centrally concerned with the ways in which meaning is generated by the meeting between texts and the contexts within which they exist. Visual skills Viewing is part of a general multimodal literacy. The WordSmith Prompts Sample Section. Shirbegi.weebly.com/uploads/1/3/8/2/13820171/hlenglishmockexam-1.pdf.