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Tunes Tuesday - Do YOU teach ALLUSION

large Siberian amathyst mounted as a jewel with diamond-set honeysuckle motifs, c. 1810. At a later date it was made the centre of this amathyst and diamond tiara in the form of vine leaves that are a witty allusion to the purple stones. The word 'amathyst' derives from the Greek amethustos, literally meaning 'not drunken', referring to the belief that an amathyst placed in a glass of wine would allow one to drink without fear of intoxication. In the lore of the ancient lapidaries, the…

large Siberian amathyst mounted as a jewel with diamond-set honeysuckle motifs, c. 1810. At a later date it was made the centre of this amathyst and diamond tiara in the form of vine leaves that are a witty allusion to the purple stones. The word 'amathyst' derives from the Greek amethustos, literally meaning 'not drunken', referring to the belief that an amathyst placed in a glass of wine would allow one to drink without fear of intoxication. In the lore of the ancient lapidaries, the…

Allusion: Cocytus which is Circle 9 is a frozen lake that means "The River of the Wailing" which can be found in one of the five rivers of the underworld in Greek Mythology.

Allusion: Cocytus which is Circle 9 is a frozen lake that means "The River of the Wailing" which can be found in one of the five rivers of the underworld in Greek Mythology.

NIOBE/HUBRIS  The allusion originates from the daughter of Tantalus who boasted about her children. This provoked two gods to kill her children and turn her to stone. The meaning of this allusion is excessive pride. The meaning is from Niobe who had too much pride for her children and suffered for it. Ex/ The athlete showed too much hubris and had the crowd dislike him for it.

NIOBE/HUBRIS The allusion originates from the daughter of Tantalus who boasted about her children. This provoked two gods to kill her children and turn her to stone. The meaning of this allusion is excessive pride. The meaning is from Niobe who had too much pride for her children and suffered for it. Ex/ The athlete showed too much hubris and had the crowd dislike him for it.

divides the Galilee in the north and Samaria in the south. Esdraelon is the Greek derivation of the Hebrew Yizre'el, meaning 'God will sow' or 'May God make fruitful,' an allusion to the fertility of the area

divides the Galilee in the north and Samaria in the south. Esdraelon is the Greek derivation of the Hebrew Yizre'el, meaning 'God will sow' or 'May God make fruitful,' an allusion to the fertility of the area

optical-illusion-art. It looks like a face and the fact its made out of flowers makes it look more interesting.

optical-illusion-art. It looks like a face and the fact its made out of flowers makes it look more interesting.

So, do YOU teach allusion? I know that the 4th and 5th grade teachers in my school do NOT teach allusion (or any figurative language actually). Allusion actually makes its first appearance in the Common Core Standards at the 4th grade level: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.4.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in …

Tunes Tuesday - Do YOU teach ALLUSION

So, do YOU teach allusion? I know that the 4th and 5th grade teachers in my school do NOT teach allusion (or any figurative language actually). Allusion actually makes its first appearance in the Common Core Standards at the 4th grade level: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.4.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in …

Though Iceland is known for many of its waterfalls, none is perhaps as beautiful as Gullfoss, located on the White River ("Hvítá"). Translated from Icelandic, its name means "Golden Falls." What makes the falls particularly stunning is that they traverse over three massive "steps," plunging onto two stages, and then down a 32 meter (105ft) deep crevice. This creates the allusion that the falls are perching above an abyss—albeit probably much better looking than you'd imagine an abyss.

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Though Iceland is known for many of its waterfalls, none is perhaps as beautiful as Gullfoss, located on the White River ("Hvítá"). Translated from Icelandic, its name means "Golden Falls." What makes the falls particularly stunning is that they traverse over three massive "steps," plunging onto two stages, and then down a 32 meter (105ft) deep crevice. This creates the allusion that the falls are perching above an abyss—albeit probably much better looking than you'd imagine an abyss.

Swamp men are surprisingly wise | Life Lessons We Learned From Avatar The Last Airbender

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