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Tunes Tuesday - Do YOU teach ALLUSION

Allusion Figurative Language Guided Notes and Student Activity SetA great set to guide students to discover:Allusion Meaning, Examples, Purpose, and Using Allusion in WritingHelp students understand allusion and how to use it to improve their writing with this great set.

Allusion Figurative Language Interactive / Guided Notes and Writing Activity

Allusion Figurative Language Guided Notes and Student Activity SetA great set to guide students to discover:Allusion Meaning, Examples, Purpose, and Using Allusion in WritingHelp students understand allusion and how to use it to improve their writing with this great set.

large Siberian amathyst mounted as a jewel with diamond-set honeysuckle motifs, c. 1810. At a later date it was made the centre of this amathyst and diamond tiara in the form of vine leaves that are a witty allusion to the purple stones. The word 'amathyst' derives from the Greek amethustos, literally meaning 'not drunken', referring to the belief that an amathyst placed in a glass of wine would allow one to drink without fear of intoxication. In the lore of the ancient lapidaries, the…

A large Siberian amethyst mounted as a jewel with diamond-set honeysuckle motifs, c. At a later date it was made the centre of this amathyst and diamond tiara in the form of vine leaves that are a witty allusion to the purple stones.

Ethereal by S.M.(M).L. Examples and meaning of allusion.

Examples and meaning of allusion.

Dramatic Irony Definition: Irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation is understood by the audience but not by the characters in the literary work. Example: Throughout most of The Lion King, Simba mopes around feeling guilty for his father’s death, unaware (as the audience is) that Scar actually killed Mufasa.

16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney

16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney (such as allusion, foreshadowing, theme, and breaking the fourth wall) Jones Jones Noel Elizabeth

CCSS - RL.8.4,  Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings; analyze the impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone, including analogies or allusions to other texts.

CCSS - Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings; analyze the impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone, including analogies or allusions to other texts.

Swamp men are surprisingly wise

Life Lessons We Learned From Avatar The Last Airbender

FABERGE RUSSIAN SILVER  ENAMEL EGG w STAND - Incredible Russian silver  cobalt enamel egg by Faberge. Has intricate raised design depicting the Russian double headed eagle, torches, wreaths and griffins. Mounted with Cabochon garnets to top and bottom. Gold wash interior. Has Ivan Lebedkin, Moscow town marks with 88 silver purity mark. Has cyrillic Faberge mark

Incredible Russian silver cobalt enamel egg by Faberge. Has Ivan Lebedkin, Moscow town marks with 88 silver purity mark. Has cyrillic Faberge mark

Enkidu and Gilgamesh...look closely at Enkidu - he's a faun, perhaps the ancient god Pan? In my studies of world cultures, I've found a representative of Pan in each and every culture around the world, even India.  What does it mean?  Pan was the god of nature...a great protector.

Fate/zero - archer -GILGAMESH Sumerian heroes Enkidu and Gilgamesh; the future Heracles/Hercle/Hercules

NIOBE/HUBRIS  The allusion originates from the daughter of Tantalus who boasted about her children. This provoked two gods to kill her children and turn her to stone. The meaning of this allusion is excessive pride. The meaning is from Niobe who had too much pride for her children and suffered for it. Ex/ The athlete showed too much hubris and had the crowd dislike him for it.

NIOBE/HUBRIS The allusion originates from the daughter of Tantalus who boasted about her children. This provoked two gods to kill her children and turn her to stone. The meaning of this allusion is excessive pride. The meaning is from Niobe who had too much pride for her children and suffered for it. Ex/ The athlete showed too much hubris and had the crowd dislike him for it.

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