• Opedius the King
    Seers, she assures Oedipus, are not infallible. In proof, she cites the old prophecy that her son should kill his father and have children by his mother. She prevented its fulfillment, she confesses, by abandoning their infant son in the mountains. As for Laius, he had been killed by robber's years...
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  • lesson plan
    2. Choral Reading of the Story. Recall the standards for choral reading, reminding pupils to stop at periods, pause at commas and use correct intonation and voice expression. Teacher models. Modern-Day Rainmakers “Are you ready, Miko?” Lester asked. “I’m sorry, Lester, but my mother told...
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  • Lending System
    opera 1772 appointed concertmaster in the orchestra of Archbishop of Salzburg. During this period, he wrote many sacred works. 1777 toured with his mother hoping to find a court position; traveled to Mannheim where he met and fell in love with Aloysia Weber 1778, July Anna Maria Mozart died 1779 unable...
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  • English for Children Aged 8-12
    enjoy learning by playing games what should a TESOL teacher incorporate in ALL lessons? A: Activities that incorporate movement. To teach listening, speaking, reading and writing skills teachers should use fun worksheets, songs and games where children have the opportunity practice English while moving...
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  • MWD Oedipus Rex
    entangled in a war with other city-states. Characteristics of the Genre: Tragedy was thought to have developed from the ancient dithyramb, or choral lyric. Included group dancing and some brief dialogue between the leader and the chorus. There was an addition of an actor to the chorus which allowed...
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  • Choir More Than a Fun Activity- Speech
    Choir: More than a fun activity.             Its first period and I’m not quite awake yet. It’s too early for conversation and too early to think. As my classroom fills up all the girls greet me because we all know each other in this class. We've become like a little family of crazy giggling girls, and...
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  • Why I Deserve a Nursing Scholarship
    In my past years I never would have imagined I would be taking nursing as my future path. I thought I would become a teacher just like my mother. As I grew up, I became lost and confused as to what I would want to be in the future. There comes a point in a person’s life where you have to ask yourself...
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  • Missa Latina: Musical Analysis
    Doctor of Philosophy      Degree Awarded:  Summer Semester, 2006      Copyright © 2006  Jose Rivera  All Rights Reserved                          To my lovely wife Mabel, and children Carla and Cristian   for their unconditional love and support.                                                      ...
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  • Creative writing
    How did my group use the elements of drama to highlight the tragic/horrific moments in our piece? For the last few sessions we have been making a “ trailer ” for the “ Hansel and Gretel ” film. The idea was to highlight the key moments, but not reveal the ending, which I now realise, my group unfortunately...
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  • Choral speaking
    Oh My English ! ''Excuse me.,how can I get to midvalley from this station? (University LRT station)'' ''Oh..you can take the LRT from here to KL Sentral..then..from there,you can take the KTM to Midvalley'' ''Ooo..can I just get there straight away from here by taking bus so that I don't have to...
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  • drama evaluation
    stage, to replace the scene the choral would come in and say what would have taken place in that scene. The choral would come in every now and then. The theatre used to be a place of religious worship for the Greek gods. It was forbidden because of that sacred nature of the stage. The theatre used...
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  • English Notes
    Sophocles Sophocles' "Oedipus the King" is a tragic play which discusses the tragic discovery of Oedipus that he has killed his father and married his mother. The story of Oedipus was well known to the Athenians. Oedipus is the embodiment of the perfect Athenian. He is self-confident, intelligent, and...
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  • Opediusrex
    frequently performed of Sophocles’ works. Sophocles’ contributions to the world of theatre were many; most notable among them was the addition of a third speaking role. This effectively reduced the role of the Chorus (see “Chorus” in the section titled “Characteristics of Greek Tragedy”). Unlike plays written...
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  • Odeipis
    PROLOGUE OEDIPUS My children, scions of the ancient Cadmean line, what is the meaning of this thronging round my feet, this holding out of olive boughs all wreathed in woe? The city droops with elegaic sound and hymns with pails of incense hang. I come to see it with my eyes, no messenger's. Yes...
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  • The Benefits and Challenges of Tesol Methodology
    teacher here. He is keener in the student being able to survive, converse and be understood in the language. Emphasis is put on correct pronunciation and choral (group) and individual drilling is used. Authentic listening and reading texts are used more often, rather than artificial texts simply produced to...
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  • swed
    Student Written Evaluation Document The stimuli for my devised piece is ‘Machinal’ written by American playwright and journalist Sophie Treadwell and premiered on Broadway in 1928. Treadwell wrote the play based on the true events that unravelled around New Yorker Ruth Snyder who killed her husband...
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  • 1979 Ny Choral Society
    will be much in your favor. ~   Grantland Rice Jay Mason Theoretically speaking; the normality assumption applied to statistical techniques is the ideal ground base for all computations to follow; generally speaking, most of the time this is not the case, even worse, our models and theories all...
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  • Negro Spirituals
    produced them. Spirituals were long thought to be the only original folk music of the United States, and research into its origin centered mainly on the nature and extent of its African ancestry. Because slaves were brought to the United States from many parts of Africa, no single African musical source is...
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  • theme of alienation n no where man by kamala markandeya
    (who is the grandson of Cadmus, founder of Thebes, and the father of Laius, whose son is Oedipus) brought about the deaths of Oedipus and his wife-mother, Jocasta, as well as the double fratricide of Eteocles and Polynices. Furthermore, Antigone dies after defying King Creon. The play is set in Thebes...
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  • classroom management
    8)                 Listen and Repeat 9)                 Narration 10)            Bilingual presentation 11)            Translation 12)            Choral drilling 13)            Read and Say 14)            Silent reading, etc.   One could add some more to the list.   2.1 Demonstration Demonstration...
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