This is a Prezi showing how to make a review.
This a list of opposite adjective:
Corageus – Coward
Crafty – Clumsy
Elegant – Ordinary
Well Mannered – Untidy
Aggressive – Peacefull/Kind/Warm-hearted
Boring – Gripping
Chubby – Skinny/Slim
Deep – Shallow
Deadly – Lively
Active – Lazy
Polite – Rude
Easy-going – Bad-munnered
Extrovert – Introvert
Sociable – Timid
Generous – Selfish/Mean
Bright/Smart – Dull/Silly/Feel
Healthy – Unhealthy
Rich – Poor
Mature – Immature
Legal – Ilegal
Determined – Weak-willed
Baggy – Tight
Frayed – New
Dirty – Clean
This is a journal that our teacher told us to do with the qualities that a friend has to have.
This are the qualities that a friend has to have for me:
– Being a good friend.
– Share things to me.
– Invite me to his house.
– Don’t humillate me in front of all.
Without friends everything could change, like not having a social life.
This is a contrasting writing of “A Person I Will Never Forget” that our teacher told us to do. I choose Bauti’s composition.
I met Franco 5 years ago, he was the worst men I had ever met, and his father and mine were very bad friends.
He wasnt so tall, it had long brown hair, brown eyes too and a big nose. He was always playing football, he loved it and he was a very bad player.
Franco was very dump, he always tried to make jokes or some funny stories but he wasn’t funny, only the one that laugh was him. He travelled a lot and never give me a present. You can’t say or tell him a secret because he always shout it to other people.
I’ll never forget him because he is the worst people I had ever met
This is a video showing the poem that we are seeing in Literature, then we had to answer some questions.
-Which parts of the poem can you identify?
-Which imageries relly have an impact on you?
-What effect does the music have on the reader?
These are some question that we have to do for our next class, Tuesday 11th.
Do you agree with this analysis of the poem?
Is there anything you would like to add?
Does the poet like what is happening in the city?
What do the last four lines of the poem, clearly central to what Boey is writing, say to you?
Is the poet more angry than sad? Or just resigned to what is happening?
Lengua: Análisis Sintáctico, 11/6
Historia: Pueblos del Cercano Oriente (Fenicios, Asirios y Persas), 28/6