English as a Second Language: Listening Homework study schedule

10ESL Listening and Skills: Homework study schedule   Week 1: Spellings and Definitions practice Listen and answer the following pre-intermediate questions. Screenshot the marks and email them to Ms. Schwartz on completion: https://www.esl-lounge.com/student/listening/2L2-dianas-new-job.php Complete the following exercise on conditionals or ‘If clauses’: https://www.grammarbank.com/support-files/if-wish-clauses-ac.pdf   Week 2: Spellings and Definitions practice Watch and apply key vocabulary... Continue Reading →

Race and Characterisation in Othello

  ‘Othello’ is a socio-critique of the flaws in Jacobean society and of the presentation of stereotypes based on race. Shakespeare presents race and the characterization of Othello through his marriage to Desdemona, how others treat him and his initially strong “reputation”. His reputability deteriorates as the play progresses leading to his downfall. Shakespeare exemplifies... Continue Reading →

How is Race and Characterisation of Othello Presented?

  The characterisation of Othello was presented through the dominant ideology of the predilection, prejudice and paragon image of race. The portrayal of the eponymous character in the play was stereotypically insinuated to be savage, violent and aggressive; however, was based on falsehood in order to expose Iago’s duplicitous character and ultimately Othello’s hamartia.  ... Continue Reading →

Consider how Romantic Poets present the Sublime

Anonymous exemplar essay exploring the Sublime in: William Wordsworth's 'Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey' Lord Byron's 'Lines Inscribed Upon a Cup Formed From a Skull’ Samuel Taylor Coleridge's 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner'   Consider how poets within the Romantic anthology present themes of the Sublime   The presentation of the Sublime... Continue Reading →

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