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Having met Hyde twice in chapters 1 and 2, we finally meet
Having met Hyde twice in chapters 1 and 2, we finally meet - presentation

lois-ondre

Chapter 3 – Dr Jekyll was quite at ease. How does Stevenson present Jekyll in this chapter?. Just like Utterson, your task is to . act the detective. . . (HO). You need to establish what kind of man Jekyll is..

Having met Hyde twice in chapters 1 and 2, we finally meet
Having met Hyde twice in chapters 1 and 2, we finally meet - presentation

karlyn-boh

Chapter 3 – Dr Jekyll was quite at ease. How does Stevenson present Jekyll in this chapter?. Just like Utterson, your task is to . act the detective. . . (HO). You need to establish what kind of man Jekyll is..

Jekyll and Hyde
Jekyll and Hyde - presentation

pasty-tole

Revision. Jekyll and Hyde. Characters. Utterson. Lanyon. Enfield. Jekyll. Hyde. Themes. Secrecy/mystery. Suspicion. The beast in man/suppression. Duality/the double. Horror and terror. hypocrisy. Violence.

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - presentation

briana-ran

Robert Louis Stevenson . Warm-Up # 1 . In your Writer’s Notebook, . write a paragraph . about the following prompt: . Is any person completely good or completely evil? Instead, are people usually a mix of the two? Explain. .

1-5-16 The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
1-5-16 The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - presentation

alexa-sche

Head your paper with the subject, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.. Write the word “Summary”. Write for 5 minutes - Summarize what you remember about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.. Stand up/Hand up/Pair up.

Hyde Park Neighborhood
Hyde Park Neighborhood - presentation

tawny-fly

The Hype Park Collaborative . Working Together . For a Better . Tomorrow . Hyde Park . Population Total: 2,668. Ethnicities . 85% African American Alone. 14% White Alone. 1%Two or More Ethnicities. Employment: .

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - presentation

tatyana-ad

His first great writing success was . Treasure Island. , a thrilling story of a swashbuckling pirate named Long John Silver.. RLS has a good claim as the inventor of the sleeping bag, taking a large fleece-lined sack with him to sleep on his journey through France..

Jekyll & Hyde: Characterization
Jekyll & Hyde: Characterization - presentation

pamella-mo

Do Now. Honors/Warnings/Transitions. Complete self-evaluation.. Review as class & share comments. Do Now. Split into partners. Review active reading strategies. Name THREE things you might annotate for. .

Dr.JekyllandMr.Hyde
Dr.JekyllandMr.Hyde - pdf

min-jolico

W hydoesPrinceCharmingoften turnintoaterrifyingbeasteven beforethehoneymoonisover? Imaginethehorrorofdiscoveringthatyour dreammanisreallyDr.JekyllandMr. Hyde — anice,charming,caringmanin public,b

Robert Louis Stevenson The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr - presentation

celsa-spra

Robert Louis Stevenson The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde The Victorian Era : Queen Victoria – 1837-1901 (reign ) Victorian Hypocrisy – a study in duality. Victorian Yays ! Victorian

LO: Revising themes in Jekyll and Hyde
LO: Revising themes in Jekyll and Hyde - presentation

trish-goza

Who is this about? What chapter does it happen in? “all of a sudden he broke out in a. . great flame of anger” . The quote is from chapter ___ and it is about ___________ when he _________________ ‘in a great flame of anger’.

LES PARAMETRES EVIDENTIELS, INFERENTIELS ET MODAUX APPLIQUE
LES PARAMETRES EVIDENTIELS, INFERENTIELS ET MODAUX APPLIQUE - presentation

cheryl-pis

Figure 1 : . évidentialité. directe et indirecte. (2) The lawyer stood awhile when . Mr. Hyde had left him, the picture of disquietude. Then he began slowly to mount the street, pausing every step or two, and putting his hand to his brow like a man in mental perplexity. This problem he was thus debating as he walked was one of a class that is rarely solved. .

DJMH Week 8 Vocabulary
DJMH Week 8 Vocabulary - presentation

phoebe-cli

English 8. 1. Pallor --. . Extreme paleness of the skin, often due to fear or sickness.. . Days without sleep and proper food left Dr. Jekyll with a sickly . pallor. upon his face and a weakness in his heart. .

DJMH WEEK 6
DJMH WEEK 6 - presentation

ellena-man

VOCABULARY WORDS. ENGLISH 8. 1. Disreputable -- . Disgraceful, dishonorable, or infamous . . Mr. Hyde was considered to be a . disreputable. man due to the many horrible acts he committed in London. .

www.englishteaching.co.uk
www.englishteaching.co.uk - presentation

luanne-sto

"The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde". An Introduction. Journal Prompt: . If you had a friend that was doing something that you were sure could either get them into trouble or cause them harm, would you….

Victorian Era
Victorian Era - presentation

stefany-ba

By: Tanner, . Maddie. , Allie, . Kiah. , Avery and Katie. Definition. Period of dramatic change that brought England to its highest point of development as a world power. It was a time of prosperity, optimism, and stability..

 500 years of Scottish Literature
500 years of Scottish Literature - presentation

faustina-d

11 . Robert Louis Stevenson and . Jekyll and Hyde. RLS: quick biography. RLS (1850-94). Born into middle-class family (lighthouse engineers). Sickly child > rebellious. . young man. 1871: gives up engineering.

Week 4 Vocabulary:
Week 4 Vocabulary: - presentation

phoebe-cli

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. ENGLISH 8. 1. Insensate -- . Without feeling or sensation; lacking sympathy or compassion. . . After Dave sat on his knees for a while, his leg “fell asleep” and became painfully .

Happy Friday!
Happy Friday! - presentation

debby-jeon

Have out your . pen . and your . Jekyll & Hyde . vocab sheet.. . The Strange Case of. Dr. Jekyll and . Mr. Hyde. Author: Robert Louis Stevenson. Born . November 13, 1850. Sickly as a child. Nurse .

Week 3 Vocabulary:
Week 3 Vocabulary: - presentation

mitsue-sta

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. . H. yde. ENGLISH 8. 1. Pedant --. An uninspired, boring academic person. . . Dr. Jekyll believes that Dr. Lanyon is a . pedant. because they have different ideas about medicine and scientific research. .

19 th  Century Novel:
19 th Century Novel: - presentation

luanne-sto

19 th Century Novel: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde GCSE English Literature – THE NIGSTER (EDUCATION FOR THE NATION) tm Unit Assessment Objective Focus AO1 Read, understand and respond to a text.

1 “for  even in the houses the fog began to lie thickly;
1 “for even in the houses the fog began to lie thickly; - presentation

olivia-mor

and there. , close up to the warmth, sat Dr. Jekyll, looking deathly sick. . He did . not rise to meet his visitor, but held out a cold hand and bade . him welcome . in a changed voice. .”. Discover about Character:.

EDEXCEL GCSE English Literature
EDEXCEL GCSE English Literature - presentation

briana-ran

Walking-Talking Mock Exam. You should have:. An exam paper. Lined paper. AT LEAST one pen!. Different coloured . highlighters. Question a) – . 30 MINUTES. Read the question and . UNDERLINE. key words (theme/character).

DJMH Vocabulary Week 5
DJMH Vocabulary Week 5 - presentation

myesha-tic

English 8. 1. Indifferently --. To do or say in an uncaring manner without an bias.. . Jack asked Judy where she would like to eat Friday night and Judy . indifferently. said that it did not matter. .

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