23 to 25 August 2019
23 to 25 August 2019
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Diatribe28 December 2014
A diatribe is a severely critical type of discourse, often spoken, characterised by anger directed towards something or someone. more
Dramatic Irony28 December 2014
Dramatic irony is a frequent feature of dramatic texts. In plays, it occurs when the development of the plot allows the audience to possess more information about what is taking place than some of the... more
End-stopped line28 December 2014
An end-stopped line of verse is one in which the end of the line coincides with a grammatical pause usually signalled by punctuation. more
Cacophony21 December 2014
Cacophony is discordant, rugged or hard-sounded effects in prose or verse, usually produced by clusters of consonants arranged so as to make pronunciation difficult. Cacophony is frequent in comical... more
Caesura21 December 2014
From Latin for 'cutting', caesura is a pause within a line of verse, established by the natural organisation of language into phrases, clauses, and sentences, which do not conform to the metrical pattern. more
Cliché (cliche)21 December 2014
A cliche is a boring phrase, made tedious by frequent repetition. Cliches often attempt to be clever or sound fine, but are undermined by constant use. more
Grading Criteria on One Page17 December 2014
Both teachers and their students need to be familiar with the grading criteria for the course. It can be handy to have the grading criteria for each assessment component readily available and compressed... more
The Language of War14 December 2014
In its Mission Statement, The International Baccalaureate ‘aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural... more
Comparative Commentaries to Go: Iceland7 December 2014
It is sometimes said that anthropology aims to make the familiar strange and the strange familiar. If this is so, the two texts on Iceland, below, are works of anti-anthropology. It may be the case that,... more