Monthly Archives: March 2017

Peer Review 2

Wow Gabby, Great poem!! This is a great creative piece of work that portrays both Ralegh’s ideas and your own interpretations of his work. Your overall theme of the poem is much the same as to how I understood Ralegh’s work. … Continue reading

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Paulo Uccello’s ‘Saint George and the Dragon’

CREATIVE: In a well-written paragraph describe Paulo Uccello’s painting of Saint George and the Dragon. What does the artist show and what theme is he trying to represent. Retrieved from: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/paolo-uccello-saint-george-and-the-dragon Paulo Uccello’s 1470 painting ‘Saint George and the Dragon’ depicts … Continue reading

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Sir Walter Ralegh: What is our life?

CRITICAL/ CREATIVE: Create a topic of your own that mirrors your strongest interests in this week’s material.  As I write this blog entry I perhaps write not from what most interested me this week but rather what was most relevant … Continue reading

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Peer Review 1

Hello Sandy, We both chose the same blog topic for week 1 so I thought I would peer review yours in order to deepen my knowledge on Richard as a character. Your post is great in the conclusions you have … Continue reading

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PRAC DAY 2: 22/03/17

22/03/17 Today’s community engagement session was again a mixture of one-on-one support to students with reading difficulties, followed by observing two classes receiving, discussing and beginning an in-class assignment. For my weekly blog, I thought I would answer the following question … Continue reading

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PRAC DAY 1: easing into my first day

15/03/17 What an amazing first experience. Today I had my first day attending community engagement at Hills Adventist College in Kellyville. Not having much information on what the prac would entail, I woke a little nervous for the day ahead. … Continue reading

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Blog 1: Shakespeare

What kind of character is presented to us in the opening speech of Richard III? Pick out a few words and phrases that identify the kind of man that he is.  Well, this semester we are finally looking at the one … Continue reading

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