Blow: Venus & Adonis Last updated: Feb. 14, 1997 Go to the Libretto Homepage Music composed by John Blow Libretto anonymous Date of composition: ca. 1682 for the entertainment of King Charles II Goto: DRAMATIS PERSONAE VENUS ADONIS CUPID FIRST SHEPHERD SECOND SHEPHERD SHEPHERDESS HUNTSMAN SHEPHERDS, SHEPHERDESSES, HUNTSMEN AND GRACES LITTLE CUPIDS OVERTURE (Maestoso, Allegro, Tempo Primo) THE PROLOGUE The curtain is drawn where is discovered Cupid with a bow in one hand and an arrow in the other and arrows by his side and around him Shepherds and Shepherdesses.
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The Lion King and Hamlet: Similarities and Differences Both families are royal families. Simba is the main character in Disney's The Lion King. he is the son of Mufasa, the king of the lions, which makes Simba a prince. Hamlet, from Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark is the son of the tragically murdered King Hamlet, which makes him a prince too. The uncle characters are very similar. Teaching with Historic Places U.S. Air Force Academy Chapel Teaching with Historic Places offers a series of more than 140 classroom-ready lesson plans that use historic sites as a means for exploring American history. Educators and their students can work through these online lesson plans directly on the computer or print them out and photocopy them for distribution. You can browse the collection in several ways, each of which includes a short description of every lesson:
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Hamlet: Act 5, Scene 1, Page 8 Let me see. (takes the skull) Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy. TESL/TEFL/TESOL/ESL/EFL/ESOL Links - TESL There are currently 10192 registered links.Main Page | Links for Students | Links for Teachers | What's New Categories: Related Categories: Add a Link - Read about how to add our search code to your own web page.Copyright © 1995-2010 by The Internet TESL JournalUpdated: 27-Mar-2012
Actions for gaining children's attention - [Langues vivantes à l'école] Parmi les observations multiples que nous avons pu faire lors de notre séjour dans les écoles écossaises du Renfrewshire, voici quelques idées qui permettent aux enseignants de rassembler le groupe classe pour revenir au calme : • clap a pattern which children clap back • count to 3 slowly 1 - 2 - 3 • point to the ceiling, point to the floor, point to the window and point to the door • put arm straight in front and stay quiet • put quiet signs on the board to show working time should be quiet • start singing “Are you listening ?”(like Brother John’s rhyme), students answering “We are listening.”(same rhyme) • Eyes on me, eyes on you Teacher - “One, two, three” Students - “…eyes on me !” (Students point to themselves) Teacher - “One, two” Students - “…eyes on you !”
Plans for underwater 'oceanscraper' revealed Indeed, the future of human habitation, whether through choice or catastrophe, is often imagined (in popular culture at least) as being beyond Earth's orbit. Sub-aquatic living still seems, perversely it could be argued, very alien. Not so for Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut. He has revealed ambitious plans for a series of underwater eco-villages that could house up to 20,000 people each in the future. His Aequorea project imagines entirely self-sufficient, spiraling "oceanscrapers" reaching to the sea floor from mangrove-covered marinas on the surface of the world's oceans. Jellyfish-like in appearance, each oceanscraper would be constructed using recycled plastics from the misleadingly named "Seventh Continent", or Great Pacific Garbage Patch (much of the debris here is believed to be in the form of microplastics, rather than a visible mass).