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Act 1,  Scene 2 AO1: What happens in this scene?
Act 1, Scene 2 AO1: What happens in this scene? - presentation

olivia-mor

Look at your notes and quickly summarise.. We meet Othello for the first time in this scene. . What opinion do we form of him? . Does it match the opinions we have heard in Act 1 Scene 1? . Note: . throughout this scene, Othello speaks in .

THE JUDGMENT SCENE
THE JUDGMENT SCENE - presentation

briana-ran

(Rev. 20:11-15). The Setting Described (v. 11). The Summons Delivered (v. 12-13). The Secrets Displayed (v. 12-13). The Sentence Determined (v. 13-15). THE JUDGMENT SCENE. (Rev. 20:11-15). The Setting Described (v. 11).

Act Two Scene One 1.  Throughout this scene, Brutus resents the sneaky way the others are going abo
Act Two Scene One 1. Throughout this scene, Brutus resents - presentation

min-jolico

wants to . kill Caesar for the good of Rome, and he believes that this noble cause shouldn’t be smeared by “. criminal-like” behavior. . Give an example when Brutus spoke out against the behavior of the others. .

Crime Scene Sketching The crime scene sketch
Crime Scene Sketching The crime scene sketch -

gutsynumer

Accurately portrays the physical facts. Relates the sequence of events at the scene. Establishes the precise location and relationship of objects and evidence at the scene. Creates a mental picture of the scene for those not present.

What do we learn about the personalities of the following characters in Act I, Scene I of
What do we learn about the personalities of the following ch - presentation

trish-goza

Romeo and Juliet. ?. Benvolio. Tybalt. The Prince. Romeo. Let’s Review. Rosaline. . . A . foil. is a . person . who contrasts with another character in order to make various traits in each character more apparent. They .

ACT II SCENE I
ACT II SCENE I - presentation

tatiana-do

ACT II SCENE I. “My stars shine darkly…distemper yours…”. Sebastian believes that the stars predict a bad future for him. He advises Antonio to leave him so that the bad luck will not rub off on Antonio as well..

Act  2  Scene 1 – The opening scene in Cyprus so far
Act 2 Scene 1 – The opening scene in Cyprus so far - presentation

conchita-m

(From Line 61) Pick out any descriptions of Desdemona made by . Cassio. . eg. . “The riches of the ship” (83). Cassio. kisses . Iago’s. wife Emilia as a greeting – what do you think . Iago’s.

Chapter  10:  Crime  Scene Investigation
Chapter 10: Crime Scene Investigation - presentation

test

Textbook pag. e. 167. I. Introduction. A. Forensic science begins at the crime scene.. B. Four steps of Crime Scene Investigation (CSI). Recognition—scene survey, documentation, collection. Identification—comparison testing.

LESSON TEN YOUR STARTER What will happen in Act 4, Scene 1? Infer what you can from the images. Wha
LESSON TEN YOUR STARTER What will happen in Act 4, Scene 1? - presentation

tatyana-ad

YOUR TASK: ACT 3, SCENE 5. TODAY’S KEY QUESTIONS:. Can I read, understand and respond to texts?. Can I . consider the social and historical context of ‘Macbeth’ and discuss its significance?. Can I analyse the language in a scene and explain its significance?.

Chapter  10:  Crime  Scene Investigation
Chapter 10: Crime Scene Investigation - presentation

test

Textbook pag. e. 167. I. Introduction. A. Forensic science begins at the crime scene.. B. Four steps of Crime Scene Investigation (CSI). Recognition—scene survey, documentation, collection. Identification—comparison testing.

Mise - En -Scene  To revise and develop our understanding of
Mise - En -Scene To revise and develop our understanding of -

mudth

mise. -. en. -scene.. What . information is given . about the type of film . this image comes . from?. Mise. -. En. -Scene. Placing on Stage. The following factors help . an audience understand . what genre is.

Scene 1 lines 81 – 143
Scene 1 lines 81 – 143 - presentation

conchita-m

The exposition scene continues as Delio asks for a “run-down” of the principal characters:. “you promised me/to make me the partaker of the natures/ of some of your great courtiers.”. Why does Webster set up the scene like this? Is Antonio’s tone in replying ironic or not?.

Learning Hierarchical Features for Scene Labeling
Learning Hierarchical Features for Scene Labeling - presentation

giovanna-b

Cle’ment. . Farabet. , Camille . Couprie. , Laurent . Najman. , and Yann . LeCun. . by Dong Nie. Outline. Background/Motivation. Multiscale. . CNN for feature representation and initial classification.

Physically Plausible 3D Scene Tracking:
Physically Plausible 3D Scene Tracking: - presentation

danika-pri

The Single Actor Hypothesis. Abstract. Hand’s motion -> object’s state. Forward . modelling. : . appearance,physical. state parameterized. 3D poses. Overt,covert. (incorporation of physics).

Toward Object Discovery and Modeling via 3-D Scene Comparison
Toward Object Discovery and Modeling via 3-D Scene Compariso - presentation

jane-oiler

Evan . Herbst. , Peter Henry, . Xiaofeng. . Ren. , Dieter Fox. University of Washington; Intel Research Seattle. 1. Overview. Goal:. learn about an environment by tracking changes in it over time. Detect objects that occur in different places at different times.

Toward Object Discovery and Modeling via 3-D Scene Comparis
Toward Object Discovery and Modeling via 3-D Scene Comparis - presentation

karlyn-boh

Evan . Herbst. , Peter Henry, . Xiaofeng. . Ren. , Dieter Fox. University of Washington; Intel Research Seattle. 1. Overview. Goal:. learn about an environment by tracking changes in it over time. Detect objects that occur in different places at different times.

Pre-Reading Assignment Scene 1
Pre-Reading Assignment Scene 1 - presentation

conchita-m

Write a scene with the following . characters. :.. . THREE . FORTUNETELLERS – . Creepy ladies who are . gypsies. PLACE – . an . open field next to a carnival, during a storm. . SCENE . – . . Three fortunetellers .

Scene 1
Scene 1 - presentation

tawny-fly

Scene opens with people entering into store with high expectations of what they will buy today. Upbeat music playing in the background.. Scene 2. Scene opens in . JC Penney women’s department. Camera .

Mise -en-Scène and  Danzón
Mise -en-Scène and Danzón -

kampsta

A Presentation By:. Miguel, Nina, and . Chrissy. Mise. -en-Scene. According to . Bordwell. and Thompson, it can be characterized as signifying “the director’s control over what appears in the film frame”.

Act V Scene I
Act V Scene I - presentation

calandra-b

Antonio survives although the protagonist, the Duchess is dead.. Unlike most tragedies where everybody ends up dead at the end Webster breaks the mould here.. In a sense he is going to explore what happens as a result of her death and what effect it has on her twin as well. .

Act I, Scene 1-2 Questions
Act I, Scene 1-2 Questions - presentation

jane-oiler

Scene 1 . 1. after the battle; on the heath; Macbeth . Scene 2 . 1. Macbeth; he fought and defeated . Macdonwald. , cutting off his head and carrying it on his sword. . 2. . Macdonwald. . 3. Fife; Thane of Cawdor tried to go against Duncan, joining forces with Norway, but Scotland won. .

Act1 Scene 7
Act1 Scene 7 - presentation

test

Tallia, Adam, Mikylla, Cleo. Scene Summary . Macbeth . expresses. . his concern about the murder. towards Lady Macbeth.. Lady Macbeth starts to . question Macbeth’s manliness . and basically calls him a coward..

Duet Scene
Duet Scene - presentation

tatiana-do

s. “I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.” – Oscar Wilde. Vocabulary.

Duet Scene
Duet Scene - presentation

aaron

s. “I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.” – Oscar Wilde. Vocabulary.

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