Connecting the Global Villages in One Trusted Source THE Forum This Issue: Only a half pence - Since 500 BCE The Forum’s Newest Reporter Introduce Yourself as an Archetype : (25-50 words.) Chris David is a 15 year old teenager who goes to the Global Studies and World Languages Academy program at Tallwood High School and usually Introduce Yourself as a Reflective Revisionist (What has revising your writing taught you?) (25-50 words) THE Housie Gazette Not for Publication ROUGH DRAFT ... ROUGH DRAFT.... ROUGH DRAFT.... ROUGH DRAFT Gilgamesh Laments Friend’s Death D i d U K n o w Guilt Cultures Guilt cultures are Shame Cultures Shame cultures are Your fixes Sentence #.......New Sentence 1. The wild man is dead. 2. After an adventurous life of being raised by wolves, finding true love, wrestling with a king to defend the honor of a new bride, the wild man succumbed to a fateful dream and breathed his last. 3. The King, party boy that he was, seemed changed in that he no longer sought out hedonistic pleasures, but began a quest that we will all one day take, the quest for purpose and meaning, for longevity and legacy. 4. Thus, Gilgamesh became what we might call a dynamic character. 5. Let’s give the king props for having a Greek moment of recognition and becoming a better man. 6.The lamentation started by Gilgamesh, a demi-God in his own right, walked through a mountain. 7. Then, due to a Godly denial of his request for eternal life, Gilgamesh traveled to the flood survivor to have a one on one chat. 8. Learning of what became of the human race, Gilgamesh moved on after obtaining some important information about a flower. 9. Being strong and determined, Gilgamesh managed to locate the flower of eternal youth, but lost it to a sea serpent. 10. Finally, the King gave up, returned home, lived out his life, and died. WORKING TITLE: OPTION ALPHA “King Oedipus Bids Farewell” OR OPTION OMEGA “Internal Affairs Takes on New Meaning” Strophe / Antistrophe Blind Prophet Right Strophe (15 points) Anti-Strophe (15 points) All Staffers Required to Get a Good Pronoun Lesson Editor’s Note 6: Listen, There’s some serious pronoun abuse going on here. I’ve a presentation when the sun is at midday. Can you just check my presentation notes quickly by marking up these labels. (5 points) and giving samples on the bottom half (5 points) Old Timers Gather Round the Forum to Learn About Replacement Words Called Pronouns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Go to Delphi and the oracle. We know that Oedipus is guilty of murder. It is a day filled with Apollo’s bright sunlight. I guess I’ll have to get to the bottom of this murder mystery myself. Jocasta defied the stars. She really should not have tried to escape her fate. A. B. C. D. E. Second Person Assumed # ____________ Antecedent # _____3_____ Dummy Pronoun # ___________ Reflexive # ____4_____ Editorial We # __________ 6. Second Person Possessive Plural: 7. Pluralis Modestiae: 8. Third Person Male: he, him, his 9. Antecedent Agreement: 10. First Person Possessive Singular: Legendary times - Since An Epoch Ago Feature Essay Fully Published in This Edition!!!! Chris David Writes Exemplar Essay! In an incredible celebration on the streets of Hampton Roads, star reporter Chris David gathers his/her fan base to share the winning of the Pulitzer Prize for this year’s Best in Essay Writing Category. The topic was daring, and the writing followed all the proper formatting of good essay writing. Said one stunned fan, who managed to squeeze through the huge midnight crowd to catch a glimpse of the newest member of the Pulitzer winners. “I was so excited to be able to be in the same area as him/her. I mean who else could so eloquently support body paragraphs with literary referencing, offering opinion which is never unverified, but also backed up by the contents of the literature (10 points)” Another fan – who cathartically choked up on tears during the interview – was impressed with the outstanding hook that not only attracted the reader to delve into the writing, but also managed to maintain a delicate balance of transitions (10 points). And the winner is…. Chris David. A third bystander, one who camped out on the grounds immediately upon hearing that the famed writer may make a public appearance, respectfully disagreed with the two other fans. “I can appreciate these items, but the genius is in the conclusion, which is not only broad and didactic, but analyzes as well as summarizes. It shows – in one paragraph, mind you – the significance of all the paragraphs that come before it (10 points). Who could not just want to live life just a little bit stronger after reading such beautiful words?” Answers Question in Beautiful Essay Form and… Uses 5 Vocabulary words correctly (10 points)! Tallwood Scholar Wins Pulitzer for Unequaled Style and Analytical Panache in World’s Coveted Prize 5 Words: Ancur (TABOO, SIMPLETON, LAMENTATION, TAUT, CORPULENT), Faver (TACIT, INTERMINABLE, INDIGNANT, REVERENCE, CLAMOR), Havman (EFFIGY, DECORUM, DIFFIDENTLY, INSCRUTABLE, BRAVADO), Ibvil (INDIGNANT, IMPERVIOUS, DECORUM, DIFFIDENTLY, VICISSITUDES), Legendary times Jofar (MIMICRY, HINDERING, ILLUSIVE, MALEVOLENTLY, REBUIKE), Lotow (BELLIGERANCE, DREDGED, TRUCULENT, REBUKE, ROUSE), Myath (TALISMAN, SIMPLETON, TABOO, SUPERFICIAL, LUMINOUS) - The World’s Most Epic News Source Since An Epoch Ago Original Essay! Full Text! When considering two characters studied thus far in class, find the similarities and differences of the characters in the following categories: Ethics, Wisdom of Action, and Motivation. After viewing these categories would you say that the two characters share the same archetype? Why or why not? The alikeness and differences of Oedipus Rex and Sundiata are unbareable. The two characters in the stories, Oedipus Rex and Sundiata, are two Dear Reader Errata: In the Midsummers’ Edition, this newspaper falsely reported the following: Occasionally we make mistakes. Our newspaper is committed to correcting any false reporting. In that light, please note the following list of errors in prior publications. Our apologies for any misleading information. 1. The chorus represents an excellent example of dynamic characters. Please note the following corrected versions below which correspond to the errors listed on the right (20 points) 4. Ms. Joe’s stick called “the Tickler” is an excellent example of Situational Irony. 1 The chorus represents an excellent example of 6. Ms Havisham is decaying, as shown in her Word Association. 2 7. The Parados, so beautifully executed by the Chorus, followed a moving Strophe / Antistrophe presentation 3 8. Oedipus Rex has a message of Fate. 4 9. The article’s excellent hook on the theatre performance started: “There was a play yesterday” 5 10. The actor exeunted when his line was complete 2. The audience in the skene had many cathartic moments in Sophocle’s play 3. Archetypes seen in literature are always stereotypical characters we can relate to. 5. Jack was not a character of wise action because of his letting the fire go out. 6 7 8 9 10 er·ra·ta /ɪˈrɑtə, ɪˈreɪ-, ɪˈrætə/ noun 1. plural of erratum. 2. a list of errors and their corrections inserted, usually on a separate page or slip of paper, in a book or other publication; corrigenda. Origin: 1625–35 / Usage note: Errata is originally the plural of the singular Latin noun erratum. Like many such borrowed nouns (agenda; candelabra ), it came by the mid-17th century to be used as a singular noun, meaning “a list of errors or corrections to be made (in a book).” Despite objections by some to this singular use, it is common in standard English: BoxScores: Archetypical Self ___/ 5; Revisionistic Self ____/5 ; DidUKnow ____/10; Be Verb ID ____ / 10; Your Fixes ____/10; Strophe ____/15; Antistrophe ____/15; PN Labeling ____/5; PN Sampling ____/5; Literary Referencing ____ / 10; Hook ____ / 10; Broad Conclusion ____/10; Use of Vocabulary ____/10; Errata ____ /20 TOTAL ____ / 150 BoxScores At the Arena: Titicus Andreicus defeated (with Trident and Studded Net) Iago the Matador. As this was a death match, there will Be no rematch. If you purchased Round two tickets, our apologies, We cannot give out refunds. Marius Antoinetticus lost a bout To Guy Iteen in a swift decisive One round tournament. Fans called For a umpire review of the call of the Match, however as this was a death Match, there will be no umpire review. Juliunius Seezaripmeapartubruticus Will compete during the Ides of May. He is considered an underdog despite His defeat of the Gauls earlier this decade. Wrestling Book I Gilgamesh v. Wildman Gilgamesh W-1 L-0 Wildman W-0 L-1 BoxScores Book II Gilgamesh bye week W-1 L-0 Wildman v. Birdman Wildman W-0 L-2 Strange bird man in dream W-1 L-0 Book III-XII Gilgamesh v. Sea Serpent W-1 L-1 Gilgamesh v. Gilgamesh W-1 L-1 T-1 Gilgamesh v. Strange Birdman W-1 L-2 T-1 Gilgamesh v. Gilgamesh W-2 L-2 T1 WWCC Sports Round UP Sweden progressed to the gold medal game after winning the 1v2 Page Play-off. After blanking the first end, Sweden opened the scoring with a hit to score two points in the second end. The teams then swapped singles all the way to the seventh end. In the eighth end, with Sweden leading by 4-3, Muirhead drew nicely onto the button with her second stone and, in trying to winkle it out, Sweden's fourth player Maria Prytz wrecked on a front guard, giving Scotland a steal of two and the lead for the first time in the game, at 5-4. Sweden blanked the ninth end to retain last stone advantage in the tenth. The Scots seemed to have that end under control until Muirhead had a pick-up with her first stone, which gave Sweden a chance. Even at that, Muirhead played a near-perfect freeze with her last, but Prytz was able to tap it out, as Sweden scored three for their win. After the game Swedish skip and lead player Margaretha Sigfridsson, said, "that was a fantastic game and it feels so good to win. It was only the eighth end that was not so good from our side. It was so close, we touched so many guards in that end and Eve got to steal two. But we thought we still had a good chance to win the game and we thought it was so our game." . 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This includes uploading them onto file sharing networks like Slideshare, Myspace, Facebook, bit torrent etc Pass off any of our created content as your own work HOMEWORK: Finish Reading the Book Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. Please note, the Novel is actually three books in one (or sometimes called volumes). Therefore, this means you should read up to p. 160…or through Chapter 19. Online text available.