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2.es.30. RECURSOS LITERARIOS. COMPARACIÓN

COMPARACIÓN en AV

 

COMPARACIÓN EN DRIVE

2.mus.07 Peter and the wolf

“Peter and the Wolf” is a composition by Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953) written in 1936 as a children’s story, spoken by a narrator and performed by the orchestra. Each character in the story has a particular instrument and a musical theme, which is called a “leitmotiv”.

a) Listen to the beginning of the piece. Here is the text spoken by the narrator, but there are some words missing.

Fill in the gaps with the words you hear.

This is the story of Peter and the Wolf. Each character in this tale is going to be represented by a different …………… of the………………. For instance, the bird will be played by the …….. Like this. Here’s the duck, played by the ……….. The cat, by the ……………….. The ………………. will represent the grandfather. The wolf, by the …………………………. And Peter, by the ………………. The blast of the hunters’ shotguns, …………….. by the kettledrums. Are you sitting comfortably? Then I shall begin.

In 1946, Walt Disney produced an animated dramatization of Prokofiev’s composition. This version makes several changes to the original score, for example the animals have names, and the end of the story is different.

b) Watch Disney’s version of “Peter and the Wolf”. While watching, take notes on what happens in the story. At the end, working in groups of three, compare your notes with the rest of the group, and write a summary of the story of “Peter and the Wolf”.

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2.ES.29. SOLSTICIO DE INVIERNO. CRECE EL SOL. CRECE LA LUZ (5)

Nacimiento de Mitra, Nacimiento de Horus, Nacimiento de Cristo, las fiestas Brumalias, Saturnalias, de Sant Antoni, de Sant Sebastià…. tienen en común ser ritos de solsticio de invierno. ¿Tienen algo en común? Consulta AULA VIRTUAL

2.ES.28. SOLSTICIO DE INVIERNO (4). Metáforas de la vida

       El solsticio de invierno se celebra, mediante ritos religiosos o fiestas populares, en todas las culturas. En todas ellas el solsticio se interpreta de forma metafórica. Repasa el significado de METÁFORA explicado en clase. Comenta el significado metafórico de los  siguientes rituales (religiosos o profanos) relacionados con el solsticio de invierno, que en nuestra cultura se denomina Navidad:

Hogueras (foguerons) /  El niño recién nacido / Los regalos / Los dulces /  La lotería / Els dimonis

2. mus. 06 Caresse sur l’océan

2.es.27. SOLSTICIO DE INVIERNO (3) Paradojas de la vida.

El solsticio de invierno se celebra, mediante ritos religiosos o fiestas populares, en todas las culturas. En todas ellas el solsticio se interpreta de forma paradójica. Repasa el significado de PARADOJA explicado en clase. Comenta  las siguientes paradojas relacionadas con el solsticio de invierno, que en nuestra cultura se denomina Navidad:

–         fin de año / comienzo del año

–         noche / sol

–         muerte / vida

–         viejo / nuevo

2.en.19 Useful templates to talk about settings

In 2.en.15 you were given some  useful handouts to help you write a film review. In this post you will find further practice  from http://www.bogglesworldesl.com  to help you write book reviews. This time we shall concentrate on the setting.  Complete the information missing in these handouts. As you did with films, you can print them or copy the questions and answers in your notebook.

Setting: handout 1

Setting: handout 2

Setting : handout 3

Now I’m sure it will be much easier for you to write about the setting  of a book you’ve read.