V5A Essay feedback/practice/One Flew

V5A Essay feedback/practice
1. dos and don't of essay writing
2. from plan to essay
3. improve grammar/voca
4. Recap One Flew
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This lesson contains 35 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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V5A Essay feedback/practice
1. dos and don't of essay writing
2. from plan to essay
3. improve grammar/voca
4. Recap One Flew

Slide 1 - Slide

Give synonyms for good and bad

Slide 2 - Mind map

Give synonyms for very/a lot of

Slide 3 - Mind map

Write 10 conjunctions that are common in essay writing

Slide 4 - Open question

Write lay out of short plan to give essay proper structure/content

Slide 5 - Open question

Do not use we/I/you in translation, hand in in next slide, 
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 Door de intense droogte hebben we de laatste jaren steeds meer bosbranden. We hebben te weinig geinvesteerd in het brandweerkorps waardoor het bestrijden van branden lastig wordt. De regering moet maatregelen treffen om in de toekomst te zorgen dat er voldoende capaciteit is.

Slide 6 - Slide

Hand in your translation, without use of I/we etc.

Slide 7 - Open question

Correct the following sentence: Sometimes people don't think about violence to get things the way they want it.

Slide 8 - Open question

Improve: So violence in movies will probably cause more violence in real life because violence inspires violence

Slide 9 - Open question

Improve: So if video games and TV caused violence you would think the world would be experience a breakout of violence.

Slide 10 - Open question

What do you need to improve in your personal essay?

Slide 11 - Open question

One Flew: describe the mental hospital

Slide 12 - Mind map

Questions: did you read part One?
1. Which 2 groups of patients are mentioned?
2. How are they different?
3. What had happened to Ellis?
4. When the Fog clears...explain....
5. Describe McMurphy: which group/why?

Slide 13 - Slide

Slide 14 - Link

Submit answers 1-5

Slide 15 - Open question

Slide 16 - Video

Harding is
a main character who abused his wife
A man who was in the Chronics department
an intelligent man with an illiterate wife
a man whose wife has left him for a neighbour

Slide 17 - Quiz

The black boys were selected by Ms Ratched because
they are racists and love abusing the patients
the clinic has a diversity policy with positive discrimination
they work much harder than white staff
they can easily be bossed around

Slide 18 - Quiz

Which patients are Acutes?

Slide 19 - Mind map

Which patients are Chronics?
Ruckly, Billy, Ellis
Chief Bromden, Ruckly, Ellis
Ruckly, Matterson, Ellis
Matterson, Bromden, Cheswick

Slide 20 - Quiz

1. Who has been on Chronics longest?
2. Bromden is not an Indian name, how come?

Slide 21 - Open question

One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest

Slide 22 - Slide

What can you deduct from this image?

Slide 23 - Open question

How does their relationship develop?

Slide 24 - Slide

How does relationship McMurphy - Chief Bromden develop?

Slide 25 - Mind map

General questions:

1. Why did MCM end up in mental hospital?
2. Describe the Big Nurse.
3. What is Ms Ratched's estimation of MCM?
4. How are MCM and Ms R similar?
5. How does Ms R acquire her staff? 

Slide 26 - Slide

What is the Combine?

Slide 27 - Mind map

Chief Bromden often has flashbacks. What can you tell about the imagery in this quote and what does it represent?
All those spindles reeling and wheeling and shuttles jumping around and bobbins wringing the air with string, whitewashed walls and steel-gray machines and girls in flowered skirts skipping back and forth, and the whole thing webbed with flowing white lines stringing the factory together...

Slide 28 - Slide

"She is running like a big, accurate machine" > explain

Slide 29 - Open question

What happens in group meetings?

Slide 30 - Mind map

Mention a theme discussed in the novel and illustrate with an example

Slide 31 - Open question

What is meant by the fog-machine?

Slide 32 - Mind map

Taber had EST treatment.
Explain and what led up to it?

Slide 33 - Open question

What is a motif and which motifs are prominent throughout the novel and what do they represent?

Slide 34 - Open question

Wrap up: find a photo reflecting the novel (theme/character/setting)

Slide 35 - Open question