09 Arts and Humanities Student Life: English Language and Literature
An interview with a current student studying English Literature and Language at Oxford. Including questions about why they applied, how they divide their time between academic and social life and what they are planning to do when they leave Oxford.
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The Literature of Crisis Course Introduction
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Two quick tips to stay on top of literature and other online information using Google
Behind in the literature? Losing track of valuable web pages and information you found online? This brief video shows how to use some of Google's free tools, Notebook and Reader, to help you manage these problems. You can use Google Notebook as an online scrapbook to instantly save pieces of text, web pages and even images to your own personal notebook. You can use Google Reader to help you get on top of the literature and then stay on top without any extra effort.
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Introductory MIT Courses, Writing and Literature
Selection of courses to explore Writing and Literature at MIT.
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German stage 2 semester A
This module is aimed post GCSE students in semester A and addresses common grammatical problems areas. The grammar exercises are also supported by audio, so that the pronunciation is underlined and listening skills are practiced. The transcript reader of the listening exercises allows students to identify words/passages they find difficult to understand.
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Interactive Greek Mythology for Students

What is it? I came across Winged Sandals a number of years ago and was really impressed by the amount of effort and detail that had been put into this beautiful site retelling Ancie
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New Testament History and Literature - Yale University
This course by Professor Dale Martin provides a historical study of the origins of Christianity by analyzing the literature of the earliest Christian movements in historical context, concentrating on the New Testament. Although theological themes will occupy much of our attention, the course does not attempt a theological appropriation of the New Testament as scripture. Rather, the importance of the New Testament and other early Christian documents as ancient literature and as sources for histor
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Growth strategies for start-ups: References, and further literature
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Business Fundamentals was developed by the Global Text Project, which is working to create open-content electronic textbooks that are freely available on the website […]

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The history education network (THEN/HiER)
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Literature Games: Find the Authors
Play a game and find out about a Nobel Prize awarded discovery or work! Among hundreds of letters, the names of Literature Laureates are hidden. Pick a period and search for the authors mentioned on the list beside the puzzle. The names may be written in all directions. When you've found a name, mark ...
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The Literature Review Survival Guide
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La Ciudad: Using Literature and Poetry
La Ciudad tells four separate but interconnected stories of Latin American immigrants struggling to survive in New York. This lesson plan includes activities inspired by the film including writing poetry, reading related texts and creating videos and performances.
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Literature Games: Lord of the Flies
Play a game and find out about a Nobel Prize awarded discovery or work! William Golding's first novel, "Lord of the Flies," 1954, rapidly became a world success and has remained so. It has reached tens of millions of readers. If you are one of them, you may challenge your memory with this game. If you ...
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Crosscurrents of Children's Literature: An Anthology of Texts and Criticism
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Read On - Experiences with Literature that Has Changed Us
In this lesson students will consider the question 'Why do we read?' through creating and sharing individual timelines of their own histories as readers. Each student will then choose a book on which to write a personal essay.
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Oral Traditions and Modern Adaptations: Survey of Appalachian Folktales in Children's Literature
Article surveying Appalachian folktales in books, films and dramatic adaptations for children and families. It analyzes modern methods of adapting tales from oral traditions, including treatment of gender roles and regional language. Connections with earlier European, Native American, and African folktale traditions are discussed. Different styles of illustrating and dramatizing folktales are compared.
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An Online Library of Literature
Featuring classic authors, this online library offers "real" books to people over the Internet.
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Critical Approaches - Overview of Literature Criticism at virtualLit
"Critical approaches to literature reveal how or why a particular work is constructed and what its social and cultural implications are. Understanding critical perspectives will help you to see and appreciate a literary work as a multilayered construct of meaning. Reading literary criticism will inspire you to reread, rethink, and respond. Soon you will be a full participant in an endless and enriching conversation about literature." This is a well constructed site from Bedford/St. Martin's Vi
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