England (London) red rose / st george
the M.Ages can be divided in 2 Diff. Periods: the early M.Ages and the Late
In the early M.A is the period Between mid.5 century and mid.11 century, exactly between 449 and 1066. Called The Anglosazon period and during these years the formation of the english Period took place.At the beginning, the Romans arrived to the British isles and Pushed the previous tribes to Scotland,Ireland,Wales.In the 6 century,people From the N.Came(angles,saxons,jutes)this caused the dissaperance of the Political and moral order and the 7 kingdoms appeared. There were also tensiond Between Romans and Anglosaxons.*Heptarchi;relationship between the kingdoms. 8Century-viking invasion and no more 7 kingdom. Wessex stop them so they expand To the North.SOTIAL... Continue reading "Heroism and the rules of comitatus beowulf" »
I.Authors biographical Influences.
1.Ralph Waldo Emerson (Transcendentalist)
·On May 12, 1811, Emerson’s father died, leaving the son largely to the intellectual care of Mary Moody Emerson, his aunt, who took her duties seriously.
·In 1817 he entered Harvard College, where he began his journals.
·He graduated in 1821 and taught school while preparing for part-time Study in the Harvard Divinity School. Though Emerson was licensed to preach in The Unitarian community in 1826, illness slowed the progress of his Career, and he was not ordained to the Unitarian ministry at the Second Church, Boston, until 1829.
·In 1829 he also married Ellen Louisa... Continue reading "The school" »
The Visitations of angels to both Mary and Jospeh in the announcing of the Brith of Jesus plays a role into this scenario by making both Mary and Joseph's feel in agreement with the brith. Angles tell Mary that she is Carrying the son of God and that it is ok to give birth. The angels tell Joseph to assist and help marry in the birth because she was not in Fact unfaithful because the seed of God was
Renaissance:"rebirth", an era which emphasizes education, art, and critical thinking
Secular: Ideas centered on the things of their world.
Patrons: a person who supports artists, especially financially
Vernacular: Use of native language instead of classical Latin
Utopia: An ideal place where conflict, greed, and war do not exist
William Shakespeare:William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright, and actor,
Johann Gutenberg a German blacksmith, goldsmith, inventor, printer, and publisher who introduced printing to Europe with the printing press.
Martin Luther:a German professor of theology, composer, priest, monk, and a seminal figure in the Protestant Reformation. Luther came to reject several teachings and practices of the Roman Catholic Church.... Continue reading "The rupture of martin luther" »
read: alphabet recognition, phonemic awareness
uppercase- capital letters
lowercase- small letters manuscript fonts, colours, sizes period.
Dash- colon : curly brackets hyphen- apostrophe´ semi-colon ; quotes “” asterisk *
@ at symbol # number symbol, <> angle bracket & ampersand % percent sign _ underscore / slash \ backslash = equal sign
once upon a time- and they lived happily forever and a day
goals early reading: reading fluency, comprenhension, for pleasure
cueing system: graphophonic cue system (sound- spelling relation) syntactic cue s( naming word, action w, describing, funtion) the semantic cue s (sense)
pre-reading: 6, recognising a few letters, wordsm environmental print signs
initial reading or decoding:... Continue reading "Percent sign spacing" »
Basic Belief system
One fundamental belief of Buddhism is often Referred to as reincarnation the concept that people are reborn after dying. In Fact, most individuals go through many cycles of birth, living, death and Rebirth.
The four noble Truths
Exist is real and almost universal.
Samudaya: There is a cause of suffering people desire worldly things and self-satisfaction.Nirodha: There Is an end to suffering: is to stop desiring things.Magga: In Order to end suffering, you must follow the eightfold path.
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