David Sedaris wrote “Me Talk Pretty One Day” in 2005. The point of departure in the story is the 41-year old student David, who moves to Paris, France in the hope of learning French. David’s process of learning French is throughout the story being complicated by his teacher. I will unravel this short story by analysing the writer’s tone and attitude in relation to learning French. I will also provide an account of the narrative technique used in this story.
TELEVISION SCRIPT Program: “Lights, Camera, Action” Topic: The movie Philadelphia and how it draws upon archetypal characters and patterns Interviewer: Sonya Parer Guest: Nina Clarke Broadcast Date: Tuesday, 6th November 2012 (TITLE SCREEN “LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION) Interviewer: Welcome back to Lights, Camera, Action. Today we have movie enthusiast and literature student Nina Clarke here to discuss archetypal narratives in films. So Nina, I have a basic understanding of the term “archetype” but are you able to explain it in a little more depth in relation to film? Nina: Basically, archetypal narratives are those universal tales, which transcend through time, to the extent that we can almost place every single movie in a category with other movies of a similar storyline. Carl Jung developed the concept of the archetype to explain the commonality of dream images and symbols recognized by people regardless of place or time.
4) At the opening of the play, what event is revealed that is the catalyst for the action in the play? 5) What conflict exists in the treatment of Antigone and Ismene’s brothers? 6) What does Antigone want to do? 7) Why is this a problem? 8) What does Ismene’s speech in lines 36-53 reveal about her character?
James Roday James Roday stars as Shawn Spencer on the USA Network original series PSYCH. Roday began his career studying theatre at New York University's Experimental Theatre Wing and graduated with a degree in fine arts. From there, he garnered a slew of New York theatre production credits both in classical ("The Three Sisters," "Twelfth Night," "A Respectable Wedding") and contemporary ("Severity's Mistress," "Sexual Perversity In Chicago") material. Roday went on to star in several feature film roles including Wim Wenders' "Don't Come Knocking," "Rolling Kansas" directed by Thomas Haden Church and the Warner Bros. film adaptation of "The Dukes of Hazzard" as Billy Prickett in 2005. Roday’s other credits include Jay Chandresekhar’s
TERMS 1 & 2 - Unit 1 Outcomes Area of Study Content Summary of Learning Activities Outcome 1 Reading and Responding (Text) Text – ‘Generals Die in Bed’ - Reading journal, novel assignment / learning activities and analytical text response Outcome 2 Creating and Presenting (Writing) Students will develop their writing in response to the Context, ‘Conflict’ (chosen text, ‘The Crucible’) Students are to present a collection of pieces, in a variety of forms, along with their Statement of Intentions, responding in imaginative, persuasive and expository modes. (3 – 5 pieces) Outcome 3 Using language to persuade (Issues) Analysis of the use of written and visual language in the presentation of a point of view. Language analysis work •
Research Arthur Miller or Nathaniel Hawthorne – detail his biography – explain how his personal life influenced either The Crucible or The Scarlet Letter. Prepare a handout for the class. 4. Make a DIDLS poster for and explain Hawthorne’s tone – (Diction, Imagery, Details, Language, Syntax) 5. Create a visual for each of the scaffold scenes in The Scarlet Letter 6.
Golden to Jack Lyle, Subject “Data Regarding Black Journal.” NPBA Larry Williams, “Dixie Dialing- Monday’s Black Journal Will Focus On Solution,” The Commercial Appeal, January 24, 1969 BED George Gent, “TV Series for Bedford-Stuyvesant Begins Monday,” New York Times, April 5, 1968. Letters from viewers, BSRC files Melissa Harris Lacewell, Barbershops, Bibles and BET (THIS SHOULD BE IN BIBLIO—look for Lacewell) Wilson Walton, Brooklyn, NY, to IBS, 24 Apr. 1968, unarchived records of the Bedrofrd Stuyvesant Redevelopment Corporation Postcard from unknown author, May 1, 1968 Thomas George, Valley Cottage, NY, to the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, 26 April 1968 Say Brother Interview with Sarah Ann Shaw, WGBH
* Suggested in Week Three: Brainstorm ways to resolve your support issues using the given strategies. * Suggested in Week Five: Begin writing a rough draft of your paper. * Suggested in Week Six: Continue working on your paper, identifying the significance of each concept and the possible challenges that may arise during the resolution
BRAVE NEW WORLD PROJECT MENU You may choose to work on this project individually or with a partner. You must submit a detailed rubric and a written self-assessment along with your project on ____________. Game Design- create a model or detailed blueprints for one or more of the games or sports played in the World State. Write an in-depth analysis that explains how the game(s) or sport(s) contributes to the World State’s well being and how it illustrates the social criticisms made by Huxley in the novel. Theatre- write a dialogue between two to three significant characters from two to three different works we have read this year, in which they discuss the events, characters, conflicts and themes of their “lives”.
* Axe Commercial- Portrayed Native American- Kissing Scene- February-J Adams Productions * Home Square LLC- Print Model Job Lead-Portrayed Property Manager- Director Jonathan Heuer- * NAACP-Black History-(PSA)Portrayed Speaker/Narrator- Director Edmar Flores-March * Seaton Hall University Student Film- Portrayed-TV Show Game Host-Kristen Kalmanson-Director * Shoreline Railroad TV Commercial-Portrayed Corporate Business Man- Director Robin - April * Voice Over-Southern Accent- The New School- Student Project- April * NYU- Fresh Prince of Belair- Adaption- Portrayed Tiny- Gang member Dir- Brandon Valentine * Seton Hall- Trainwreck Productions- Played undercover cop &