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This is Your Brain on Figurative Language: Brain-Science of Metaphors & Similes
Do you know what a simile is? A metaphor? If you do, you can probably give me a hand with these definitions: • A simile is a comparison that uses “like” or “as.” • A metaphor is a comparison that does NOT use “like” or “as.” Now that we’re all on the same page, I have to offer a confession: I taug
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Williams ~ Streetcar Named Desire - Blanche DuBois Character Study POWERPOINT
POWERPOINT detailing Blanche DuBois' character in Tennessee Williams' play "Streetcar Named Desire." Symbolism, traits, history, themes, plot, etc. are all introduced to the students in this presentation.
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Creative Writing, Diction, Tone, & Satire in Poetry: William Carlos Williams
Looking for an engaging poetry lesson to get your students excited about critical thinking and enjoying poetry writing? William Carlos William’s poem “This is Just to Say” is a deceptively simple poem about the everyday experience of taking the last delicacy from the fridge. It’s also a poem about
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"Peggy" one-woman play about Margaret Mitchell, author of "Gone With The Wind".
“Peggy” is a 45-minute play about the life of “Gone With The Wind” author Margaret Mitchell. Effective in close-read drama and literature classes as well as the study of the Civil War and the South in History classes, “Peggy”, dramatizes the life of a woman who realized, as a child, that the last b
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