AMERICAN LITERATURE -OPEN HOUSE 2012
FROM THE TIME MACHINE TO THE JAZZ ERA.!!!!!!!!!!!
FIFTH COURSE - ITALIAN/GERMAN A2 - CLASS OF 2012
The interresting Narrative of the Life of Olauda Equiano. 1745/1797. This hand-made book depicted his painful journey. Equiano´s writing demonstrates the important influence slave narratives have in documenting historic events.
|Ernesto Ortíz, presenter in the Open House.|
Characters from an excert of The Scarlett Letter, from Nathaniel Hawthorne.
President Abraham Lincoln fought to reunite the nation torn apart by war. During his greatest speech "The Gettysburg Address" delivered November 19, 1863 .
THE GHOST TOUR AMERICAN LITERATURE FROM 1750
FIFTH COURSE - ENGLISH-FRENCH
|The entrance to the Ghost tour of American Literature|
|Poetry from Puritan Anne Bradstreet.|
|Group of students after rehearsal. Dory, Gina,|
Jennifer portrays Emily Dickinson and her poem "Because I could not stop for death". Extraordinary!!!!
|Martha and Ricardo portrayed Reverend Dimsdale and Hester Pryme.|
|Sin, lust and passion in the Scarlet Letter.|
|Music and spooky effects done by Byron. Good job!!|
|Edgar Alan Poe and his lovely and eternal Anabelle.|
|Interesting Narrative of sufferings of Olaudah Equiano.|
|An unexpected and spooky zombies ending dance.!!!|
|My Fifth course students after the dramatizations. Excellent ideas and scenes. My deepest congratulations!! actors and future teachers.|
|Visitors formed a long line and waited patiently to learn about american writers and poets who highlighted the literature during the 1750s.|
|THANKS TO VISITORS AND TEACHERS.|
Teaching materials: using literature in the EFL/ ESL classroom
INTERNATIONAL DAY TO REMEMBER SLAVERYOn Election Day in 1920, millions of American women exercised their right to vote for the first time. It took activists and reformers nearly 100 years to win that right and the campaign was not easy. On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was finally ratified, all American women and declaring for the first time tha they, like men, deserve all the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.