Essay on Sylvia Plath’s poem mirror

In a group, we were asked by our literature teacher to do an essay on Mirror

In the poem Mirror the lake and the mirror are personified to show what they can reflect

To continue, the lake, unlike the mirror can´t reflct perfectly youf real aspect. “In me, she has drowned a young girl, and in me an old woman rises. Here the lake talks about ageing and how he can see the the changes day after day, for example the wrikles that appear with the pass of time, it seems that women don´t like the idea of growing old. “She rewards me with tears. People want to stay young, but at that it´s imposible.

To conclude,  the personification in the poem is used to show the reflections of the mirror and the lake.

Biology Test with Bautista Bravo

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Colegio Las Cumbres

Biology test

For senior 1

 

Hi guys! Before you start the test, I recommend you to  read all the instructions and questions. Wish you luck!

 

  1. What are we made of?

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2)  Label this cell

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3) What type of cells do human beings have?

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4) Do cells reproduce?

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5) Do cells have a gender?

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6) Draw a animal cell

 

7) Are cells alive? Yes/No

 

8)Elaborate what you know about cells

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9) What’s the function of the cell membrane?

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10) Order from smaller to big. Organell-Cells-Tissue-Organ system-Organism

Revolting Rhymes

Today in class we worked with Roald Dahl’s famous revolting rhymes, here is some basic information on our revolting rhyme. Group work: Gonza, Bauti, Lucas

1.The rhyme depicts the story of a little girl’s encounter with a wolf. In this rhyme, there is a wolf whom eats little red riding hood (the main character)’s grandmother. In hopes of obtaining another meal, the wolf dresses up as little red riding hood’s grandmother. Little red riding hood however, realizes what is truly behind the costume and blows it’s brains out.

2.Differences and similarities between the real story and the revolting rhyme:

In the real story little red riding hood and her grandma are rescued by a lumberjack from the wolf, whereas in the revolting rhyme, little red riding hood simply shoots the wolf. Apart from this, there are also some changes in dialogue between the rhyme and the real story for example: Little red riding hood says “What a lovely great big furry coat you have one” instead of the usual iconic words of “What big teeth you’ve got” leading to the normally exclaiming “All the better to eat you with”. One similarity that the rhyme has with the original story is that the characters were the same, execpt for the lumberjack that usually comes at the end. Another similarity is that all of the characters end up facing the same fate, despite reaching it in a different way.

3. We chose this revolting rhyme because we were familiar with the original little red riding hood story and, upon reading the story, we liked that this rhyme broke away from the stereotype that the female in distress has to be saved by a dominant male figure. We also liked the rhyme because it

4. The 2 words we chose were:

Flickers: In this case, flickers is the word used to describe quick, small movements. Flickers can also be used to describe how a source of light unsteadily varies rapidly in brightness.

Word in use: The light flickers on and off constantly

Caviare: The pickled (preserved) roe (mass of eggs in the ovaries of a female fish) of large fish often eaten as a delicacy.

Word in use: Caviare is one of my favourite dishes

Illustration of the rhyme: