Friday, 21 November 2014
"Folk Bloodbath" Context Presentations
Today students presented their ideas about the ballads used to compose Josh Ritter's, "Folk Bloodbath".
Some of our findings are below:
We recorded these in our flip books:
We also finished examining diction in "Folk Bloodbath" see yesterday's post for details.
9F wrote their figurative language and plot diagram quiz today. They finished examining diction as well. See yesterday's post for details.
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