TP: La Ilíada Canto X

La Guerra de los Troyanos y Aqueos, El Espionaje:   

Diario de Escobar, Ing. Maschwitz. 1237 a. C.

Hoy 21/04/1237 a.C se celebra el gran dia de:

El valiente Dolón, el de pies rápidos, quien con toda su valentía y coraje, se retiró de su campamento en troya y realizó una misión super importante. Salió de espionaje. Todo salía a la perfección hasta que, al gran y habilidoso guerrero lo atraparon…

¿Por qué es tan importante esta persona? Dolón no es cualquier persona, arriesgó su vida para espíar a los aqueos, cobardes como gallinas. Era una fría, oscura y larga noche, todos los troyanos y aqueos dormían, al menos la mayoría. Cuando Dolón salío a espiar a los meneludos aqueos. Los aqueos desafortunadamente tuvieron la mismisima idea. Y 2 troyanos vieron a Dolón.

Él estaba corriendo tratando de llegar al campamento de los aqueos, hasta que los 2 troyanos lo sorprendieron y lo tomaron como rehén. El valiente dolón trato de suplicar y suplicar que lo dejaran ir. Pero los troyanos se aprovecharon y lo hicieron hablar, le sacaron información.Finalmente Diomedes le corta la cabeza a Dolón. Diomedes y Ulises sorprenden a los Troyanos, se roban los caballos y regresan al campamento Aqueo, disfrutando su victoria.

Para ver las direcciones para realizar esta nota entrar al blog de nuestra maestra Carol Silva.

TP la Iliada canto Xll

En la hora de Lengua nuestra profesora, Carol Silva, nos pidió:

1- Buscar y copiar la cita del águila y la serpiente del canto Xll

2- Ilustrarla

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3- Linkear con su definición de cada una de las palabras desconocidas. (DRAE)

4- Explicar que significa este augurio.

5- Voki: con la lectura de esta cita.

respuestas:

1-[…]Un águila que volaba alto, llevando en las garras una enorme serpiente sangrante, pero viva. Esta se estremecía aún y no se había olvidado de la lucha, pues, encorvándose hacia atrás, hirió al águila en el pecho, cerca del cuello. El águila herida dejo caer a la serpiente en medio de la muchedumbre y, chillando, voló con la rapidez del viento.

2- (ariba)

3- Estremecía: movimientos hacia adelante o hacia los costados

4- Significa que los troyanos iban a ser derrotados de alguna manera por los aqueos.

5-

The Development of WW1

In our History class our teacher Lenny, asked us if we could do a post in wich we should incloude the things we´ve been learning in our last two classes:

  • Timelines
  • Misconceptions
  • Trenches

Timelines: 1914   1915   1916  1917   1918

(Timeline 1914)This are three videos one on Paul McCartney´s song Pipes of Piece and other two video1/video2 that some classmates showed us.

(Timeline 1917)This is a video that our partners showed us on their timeline

 

Misconceptions:

This was the presentation of Misconceptions seven, eight and nine y did with Santiago Blasco.

The first and second Misconceptions were made by Sybilla Correa and Martin Anania

The Clod and The Pebble and Love lll essay writing

The different kinds of Love, Essay:

Both poems “The Clod and The Pebble” and”Love lll” Tackle ( deal with/ handle) the theme of love. Do you agree?

 

The kinds of love expressed and shown in “The Clod and The Pebble” written by William Blake and “Love lll” written by George Herbert, are really different. This essay will explain them and show their differences.

 

First in the poem “The Clod and The Pebble”, the author presents love. This love has got two different points of view but none is right or wrong. One explains that love is hard, selfish, and it only cares about itself “love seeketh only self to please”, this metaphor shows us how the pebble thinks that love only cares about himself , this is of course the Pebble´s point of view. The other type of love shows it as a love that is caring, sharing, unselfish, young, and it only cares about others “Love seeketh not itself to please”, here this quote shows us how the clod thinks that love cares about others and not for itslef, and this is the Clod´s point of view. These are the kinds of love that are shown and explained in the poem “The Clod and The Pebble”.

Secondly in “Love lll”, the author shows love in a really different way.Love symbolizes God. The voice of the poem could be anyone who had committed sin,and does not believe he deserves a place in heaven “love bade me welcome, but my soul drew back”. God tells him that even if he sins he deserves a place in heaven “worthy to be here”. But this person is convinced he doesn’t deserves the love of God. Finally God convinces him/her to go to heaven “You must sit down and eat my meat” , because she/he deserves it. So in the end he/she accepts God in “So i did sit and eat”, this quote show us how god convinces this person to
In conclusion I do agree that the love shown and expressed in these two poems are different.

Games at Twilight

(14/4) With our teacher Pato Chujman asked us if we could do a research in class of the meaning “Rite of Passage”. This is what my partner Mili and I found

Theory: Rite of Passage 

What is a rite of passage?

Is a ceremony and marks the transition from one phase of life to another. Although it is often used to describe the stormy transition from adolescence to adulthood, it does refer to any of life’s transitions. There are many passages in our lives if we choose to mark and celebrate them.                                                                           When they finish their adolescence  and adulthood begins, they become more responsible, more educated, more mature. They start to take care of their lives.

Why is it Important?

people think it is important because in some way it is what makes you human. it helps you see your own before and after. the rite of passage also shows a change in a comunity of friends or family.

 

(5/5) (8/5)In our second class and fird we created notes and made a full analysis of “Games at Twilight”:

Notes:  Games at Twilight

Place: a house                                                                                                         Time: summer / tea-time  afternoon- evening                                                         Weather: “too hot” (intolerably hot) (-)                                                                   Social conditions: middle class                                                                                                               routinary life                                                                                                                 conditioned by the weather

Mood: tense                                                                                                                         “confinement” (in prison)                                                                                             “wrtained and shuttered”                                                                                             “lungs stuffed with cotton wool” (couldn´t breath)                                                       “choke”

“too hot”

suffocation

oppnesed

Characters:                                                                                                                                     Small Manu         Mira (motherly figure)        Raghu       Ravi

Activity:

1)Find Images of animals, What are they doing?                                                     2)Find words or phrases in conection to death

1) birds, drooping, almost death from exaust/ Dog, as if death-dying travellers/ Squirls, limp

“begging for sympathy”, Who is begging for sympathy in the end?