JANE EYRE KEY PASSAGES

KEY PASSAGES CH 2 Red room CH 4 Defying Mrs Reed CH 7 Lowood punishment CH 9 Helen dies CH 12 Rochester´s first appearance CH 13+14 Jane and Rochester´s conversations CH 15 Jane saves Rochester from fire CH 20 Mr Mason gets attacked CH 23 Rochester´s 1st proposal CH 25 Dreaming of babies CH 26…

3. Narrative technique

Have you ever read a story of which you already knew the ending? Why can such a story still be enjoyable? Often times, how a story is told is more important that what is told. Writers use narrative technique to deliver a story. Interesting narratives make for interesting reads. In short narrative technique consists of…

Characterisation 2

In the previous activity on characterization (Characterization 1), we asked ourselves how writers develop a character through dialogue, action and narration. Rather than focusing on how writers construct characters, we will ask ourselves in this lesson: “How do readers respond to characters?” We all seem to have an opinion about characters in literary works. How…

Blog Assignment

Source: The Social Network FILM Text type: A speech Audience: At Harvard with Business and Engineering alumni Purpose: to persuade / inform / argue Number of words: 600 – 700 Themes / topics: Coolness, MASS MEDIA, Social Life, Money, Friendship, Ambition Interesting quotes from the film: ” Sean Parker: YOu know what’s cooler than a…

EXAM contents – Written task

Written task: Trabajo escrito basado en el módulo Lenguaje y medios masivos de comunicación. Opciones de tipos de texto: Brochure/Leaflet, Interview, Magazine article, News report, Report, Set of instructions, Speech. Unidad: Language and Mass Communication To choose an adequate type of text with a clear purpose in mind – To use terminology related to the…

Storyline, characters, setting

Think of a film you have seen recently. Without giving a way the name of the film or any of the actors in it, describe the storyline, the characters and the setting of the film. Guessing Game: the more films you guess, the more points you earn.    

CHARACTERISATION – Key concept 1

  Why do some fictional characters seem so real? How do writers bring these imaginary people to life? Characterization, or the art of creating a character, is a literary device that relies on narrative technique. Generally speaking there are four ways in which readers become familiar with fictional character: by listening to the character in…

JANE EYRE – Context

VICTORIAN TIMES   1. Victorian Houses In this interactive video we will explore a typical Victorian House. As we watch the video and move around they house, you are expected to answer some questions too. Be aware!     2. A Quick glance at THE WORKSHOP OF THE WORLD DURING VICTORIAN TIMES We will quickly…

Critical Study – IB Programme (Year 2)

In Part 4 – Literature: critical study we examine literary texts through a more form-focused lens. This is to say that close reading, textual analysis and critical literacy are at the heart of Part 4. There are several requirements to consider when engaging in texts throughout Part 4. Texts When selecting texts, it is important…