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Lesson Plan   Dream Deferred
 
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Dream Deferred (Langston Hughes) by Shmoop
 
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Do you ever wonder how great dreams could be if they come true in real life? This is the question that Langston Hughes ponders in his poem Dream Deferred. Does it make more sense to only make dreams that have a possibility of coming true? Or should you reach for the stars?
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A dream deferred by Langston Hughes 1
 
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a rereading of the poem with image interpretations for my LA project COPYRIGHT 1st song- what a wonderful world by Louis Armstrong 2nd song- A dream by Common ft WILL.I.AM all credit goes to the original artists
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Langston Hughes & the Harlem Renaissance: Crash Course Literature 215
 
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You can directly support Crash Course at https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. In which John Green teaches you about the poetry of Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes was a poet and playwright in the first half of the 20th century, and he was involved in the Harlem Renaissance, which was a cultural movement among African Americans of the time that produced all kinds of great works in literature, poetry, painting, sculpture, music, and other areas. The Harlem Renaissance mainly happened in Harlem, the traditionally black neighborhood in upper Manhattan in New York City. Langston Hughes was primarily known as a poet, but he was involved deeply in the movement itself as well. John will teach you a bit about Hughes's background, and he'll examine a few of his best known poems.
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Harlem by Langston Hughes
 
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I analyzed the poem Harlem by Langston Hughes for my English project. Enjoy! Music by: Dyalla: https://soundcloud.com/dyallas/ Not the King: https://soundcloud.com/coreygagne
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langston hughes a dream deferred essay
 
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Miss fortune Chasing dreams Guitar Cover Lesson
 
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Faulkner's Rose for Emily, A
 
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McGee of 303 and Learnstrong.net lectures on Faulkner's "Rose for Emily", A
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Harlem, by Langston Hughes
 
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by Kristin. Created as part of the Expanding Your Horizons workshop, Video Poetry: Turning Print Literature into Digital Media. Hosted at Illinois State University, Normal, IL, January 31, 2009.
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Salvation, by Langston Hughes (Analysis & Interpretation)
 
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Annotation
 
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Annotation example of the poem "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes.
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A Dream Deferred
 
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Lesson 4 A Dream Deferred
 
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Dreams and Disasters demo;graveyard poetry
 
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1 Graveyard poetry 2 Banner of the darkened 3 Dried out soul Demo
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How to turn your dreams into Reality (Module 1): Define your dream!
 
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We cannot speak about a dream to be realized if we do not even succeed in defining it concretely. Indeed, the majority of people respond in a vague and general way while your dream must be precised and detailed so wanting to be rich makes no sense ! Let's say that your dream is to achieve wealth, you must absolutely ask yourself a number of questions and find compatible answers to your abilities: • What is the expected level of wealth and what is your vision of the concept of wealth? • For you to see rich, what is the monthly income to reach? • What is the target company to be hired? • How do you plan to manage your wealth? • What destinations are you planning to travel to? • What kind of accommodation and car do you need? These are some examples of questions to ask you rested to decide on your dream craziest! Do not rush to accumulate these questions and answers, take your time to note every detail in a notebook or notebook mobile application that must remain within your reach at all times. So, whenever you remember a detail, you have something to note before the idea escapes you! Once the dream has become clearer, more precise and even measurable, you should never deprive yourself of thinking about it every moment and even visualize you in its realization and its culmination. Have a creative mind and ignore the ideas which are familiar to you and your entourage, be rather original in the perception of your dream to maintain more motivation that will serve you later in its concretization. After reading and rereading your scored points, take time to base it and summarize it as an anecdote except that you must have more doubts about your dream once you have it! So, you must feel better and cheerful in writing this summary. One last step that remains to print this dream in paper to hang it on a place that you frequent daily. In this way, you will never forget or lose horizon with all the worries experienced on a daily basis because you deserve a better life. Our facebook page is at your disposal to post your dreams as you will find other people who probably have the same dreams as you to help each other and exchange. Find it here: https://www.facebook.com/box.dreaming/ Find module 1 here: https://boxdreaming.com/catch-the-dream/
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Data Driven Lesson Plan for Books & Materials- Inferring & Predicting
 
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This video gives a demonstration of fluent reading and a think-aloud demonstrating inferring and predicting using the poem, "As I Grew Older" by Langston Hughes
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A Dream Deferred by Langston Hughes
 
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Poetry analysis by Ahsan and Monique
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Metaphor Lesson
 
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This video is about the literary device metaphor. It is meant to be used for educational purposes only. The video uses Langston Hughes' poem "Dreams" as an example of effectively using a metaphor in poetry. Hughes' poem can be found online at the link in the video itself or by clicking here (https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/dreams).
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"Mother to Son" Langston Hughes poem GREAT Viola Davis voice--then POET HIMSELF RECITES!
 
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Mother To Son By Langston Hughes Well, son, I'll tell you: Life for me ain't been no crystal stair. It's had tacks in it, And splinters, And boards torn up, And places with no carpet on the floor— Bare. But all the time I'se been a-climbin' on, And reachin' landin's, And turnin' corners, And sometimes goin' in the dark Where there ain't been no light. So, boy, don't you turn back. Don't you set down on the steps 'Cause you finds it's kinder hard. Don't you fall now— For I'se still goin', honey, I'se still climbin', And life for me ain't been no crystal stair. Next are some interpretive questions for discussion in the classroom. FOR MY STUDENTS--GET A PARTNER, RECITE THE POEM TO EACH OTHER, AND THEN ANSWER OUR SEMINAR QUESTIONS. 1) Does the mother give words of wisdom, or is she stating the obvious? Doesn't everyone already know that life can be hard? 2) How old is this son? Don't give a range (that's too easy)--give a specific age. 3) The mother uses improper grammar and drops endings from words--why should anyone take the mother seriously if she can't speak properly? She seems to say "don't give up" to her son, but does the poem imply that the mother gave up on school? (NOTE: I am trying to get students to think. One person on youtube said I was "racist" just by asking such questions, but students have the freedom to argue that the bad grammar does not detract from the message, and they have the freedom to argue that we must take history into account.) 4) The mother says, "Don't you set down on the steps." Why can't the son rest? Why not sit down for five minutes before continuing to climb? 5) Why is the word "Bare" given its own line? 6) Is the mother implying that a "crystal stair" is desirable? Staircases are never made of glass--foolish idea, right? 7) "Wise" or "bossy"--which word is more accurate for this mother? Would her words be more effective if the tone were less bossy, or is her tone perfect for this moment? This type of poem is called a "dramatic monologue," but is there too much "monologue" here in the sense that the mother doesn't allow the boy to speak? Is this a lecture? 8) Does the mother say anything ENCOURAGING? Does she ever say light is at the end of the tunnel? Does she imply things will improve if the boy keeps climbing? Will the boy be rewarded if he continues? 9) Or does the poem imply that life for the mother has been a constant struggle, with no rewards to offset the tacks and going in the dark? "Mother to Son" -- some evaluative questions: 1) Could this poem be shaped into a sonnet and still work, or is free verse needed for the poem? 2) If your mother said the poem's words to you at the dinner table tonight, would you appreciate these words or roll your eyes at some point? 3) The poem "Invictus" by William Ernest Henley likewise has a message about not giving up. Which poem is better? ______________________ Background: "Mother to Son" is another product of the Harlem Renaissance. The Harlem Renaissance means an explosion among the arts--poems, paintings, music, novels--produced by African Americans. It started around World War I and ended in the 1930s, but the 1920s was its heyday. This is free verse. It does not have a sonnet structure. It does not rhyme. It has no regular rhythm like iambic. I like the way “bare” stands alone in one line. The word “bare” is bare--or the line is bare. This poem is a great example of a dramatic monologue. The poet created a character--it is not the poet speaking for himself. It is almost as if a boy had earlier said, "Life should be a crystal staircase," and this poem is the mother's response. The problem is that no boy would ever say life should be a crystal staircase! Maybe the boy said, "Life is rough," and the mother is the one who made up the glass stair metaphor. I do marvel that the mother never promises that life will be better in the future. She only says to keep going. Don't expect rewards!
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How To Start Achieving Your Goals and Dreams | Motivation, Ideas and Tips
 
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Getting started is often the hardest part, so here are my favourite things to do to help YOU get started. Read more below about my ideas and thought process. Oh and follow me on social media: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mattinevo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mattinevohtips Twitter https://twitter.com/mattinevo It’s been a few weeks but I’m happy to have a new edition to my YouTube channel. I thought hard about what content to make, but I knew that my real aim was to simply be myself, share what I feel is important and helpful, and have some fun in the process! Recently I have started one of the biggest journeys in my life, the journey to achieving what I’ve always thought about but never started… a journey to living my life the way I dream it should be. Full of family, friends, creativity and limitless time to pursue my life’s purpose (whatever that may be). I decided to put everything I have learned in the last few months to use and make a video about where and how to start achieving your goals. This won’t be like every video I intend on making but when I get the inspiration to make content like this, I’m going to go for it! There is something very satisfying about having something to give to others, even if it is seemingly small. I guess you will never know how much it might make an impact on the people that receive it. I really hope that this helps you get started on your dreams, goals and big ideas! Maybe the question is, what is it that you have pushed aside your entire life thinking it might be too hard to achieve? Thank you for reading and watching! Covering off on the points from this Video: 1: Break it down - Build a strong foundation. 2: Start small, think BIG - incremental improvement. 3: Don't be afraid to talk about your dreams, and never be ashamed of doing what you have to do, to get what is yours. 4: Don't be afraid to fail. Music provided by HearWeGo: Artist: Sappheiros Title: Embrace Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusi... Listen on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Yl2IS7lmjo8
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A poem Mother to son
 
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15. Langston Hughes
 
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Modern Poetry (ENGL 310) with Langdon Hammer The poetry of Langston Hughes is considered as a representation of the African-American experience. The distinctive concerns of Hughes's poetic project are juxtaposed with the works of other modernists, such as Pound, Eliot, Frost, and Stevens. Hughes's interest in and innovative use of musical forms, such as blues and jazz, is explored with particular attention to their role in African-American culture, as well as their use by Hughes to forge an alternative to dominant modes of expression within the modernist canon. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Langston Hughes Poem: "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" 10:26 - Chapter 2. Black Voices in Modern Poetry 21:31 - Chapter 3. Continuities between Langston Hughes and Other Modern Poets 32:00 - Chapter 4. Langston Hughes Poem: "Song for a Dark Girl" 43:25 - Chapter 5. Langston Hughes Poem: "Life Is Fine" Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://oyc.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2007.
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Dream Deferred interpretation.wmv
 
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An interpretation of a poem about black people's dream of equality among black and white people. Done for Poetry's class assignment by Ivana ~ Nana (Septiana) ~ Monika
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essay on the poem mother to son by langston hughes
 
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Dream deferred
 
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montage of a dream deferred
 
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poems written by Langston Hughes in this order: Wonder Neon Signs Jam Session Harlem Deferred Necessity Motto Advice Jukebox Lovesong music by crowd the joanna(kelowna,Bc) sam cooke- a change is gonna come (1963) asha moyo;s version of jukebox lovesong thanks to kaeleigh philips co-creator and to everyone who helpeddddddddddd
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THANK YOU M'AM
 
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Ng English Project .. 8-6-2014
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The Roaring 20's: Crash Course US History #32
 
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You can directly support Crash Course at https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. In which John Green teaches you about the United States in the 1920s. They were known as the roaring 20s, but not because there were lions running around everywhere. In the 1920s, America's economy was booming, and all kinds of social changes were in progress. Hollywood, flappers, jazz, there was all kinds of stuff going on in the 20s. But as usual with Crash Course, things were about to take a turn for the worse. John will teach you about the Charleston, the many Republican presidents of the 1920s, laissez-faire capitalism, jazz, consumer credit, the resurgent Klan, and all kinds of other stuff. Hey teachers and students - Check out CommonLit's free collection of reading passages and curriculum resources to learn more about the events of this episode. The Roaring Twenties was characterized by great highs: https://www.commonlit.org/texts/the-roaring-twenties However, the Roaring Twenties ended with the country's most tragic low, the Great Depression: https://www.commonlit.org/texts/the-great-depression Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @crashcoursestan @raoulmeyer
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Can You Not Remember
 
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When did this brutality grow? Can you not remember? Go back to the place where you left that man dying. This time you must bring him back with you. I see you in my dreams. Your face is edged with battle. I touch your forehead from a distant land. The Earth glare is so bright. It washes the white memory from your mind. Have you forgotten we come from the same place? Settle, settle, peace, peace. When did this brutality grow? Can you not remember? Go back to the place where you left that man dying. This time you must bring him back with you. You are looking for something, demanding to be found. Make your way back from that broken land. Return from that empty place. There is nothing there for you. It holds a million shadows. There are no friends there. Settle, settle, peace, peace. When did this brutality grow? Can you not remember? Go back to the place where you left that man dying. This time you must bring him back with you. It is warmer here. Can you see the light? Trust it. It is safe. It has lived a long time. It has seen much more than you. You fight a demon that you once knew but the demon is already slain. And from the corner of your eye you will see the scattered, sacred fire reform again. Settle, settle, peace, peace. Donna Goddard https://donnagoddard.com/buy-books/ Lorne, Victoria, Australia
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"We Real Cool" by Gwendolyn Brooks
 
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2B's discussion and delivery of "We Real Cool" by Gwendolyn Brooks. How would you recite this poem?
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Montage of a Dream Deferred - Cavani Quartet & Mwatabu Okantah (COLLAGE Music & Poetry)
 
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Montage of a Dream Deferred Poetry by Langston Hughes Music: Béla Bartók: String Quartet No. 4 Antonín Dvorak: String Quartet Op. 5 "American" IV. Viviane ma non troppo Mwatabu Okantah, poet Cavani Quartet: Annie Fullard, violin Mari Sato, violin Kirsten Docter, viola Merry Peckham, cello Performed during the 2016 COLLAGE residency throughout Cleveland, Ohio. A powerful convergence of two artforms, taking its roots from both African and European cultures, COLLAGE is a twenty-five year collaboration that has traveled the United States offering residencies, concerts and workshops. Available for bookings. (c) 2016 Cavani Quartet http://cavani.org/ http://www.mkepoet1.com/ Video Production: Erica Brenner Productions, LLC Cameras: Mathias Reed, Erica Brenner Editing: Erica Brenner http://ericabrennerproductions.com/
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I Dream Of World Peace
 
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This is set to "I Am But A Small Voice" I dedicate this video to children everywhere. Children are precious. Children need to be protected, to grow up without fear, and to be allowed just to be a child. In my opinion, who can define peace better? Let it start with the children of this world. Children have a truly wonderful innocence. A child is the future. Children make our future. Let peace and compassion begin here. I dream of World Peace, and an end to suffering- everywhere! May ALL Beings be happy! Thank you for watching.
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Shakespeare's Sonnets: Crash Course Literature 304
 
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This week, we're learning about sonnets, and English Literature's best-known purveyor of those fourteen-line paeans, William Shakespeare. We'll look at a few of Willy Shakes's biggest hits, including Sonnet 18, "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day," Sonnet 116, "Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediment," and Sonnet 130, "My mistresses's eyes are nothing like the sun." We'll talk about what makes a sonnet, a little bit about their history, and even a little bit about how reading poetry helps us understand how to be human beings.
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Using "Theme for English B"  as a model text
 
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View this video to listen to the poem "Theme for English B" by Langston Hughes, and to get instructions for completing the questions and poetry assignment.
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Harlem Renaissance 1920's Project
 
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Written by Langston Hughes, “Dreams” was written during the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920’s. This poem represents the importance of enjoying and making the most of life. Without dreams a person may just go through life never taking chances or imagining life in a great way. Louis Armstrong was a jazz musician who was an influential part of the Harlem Renaissance. Through his music and the other arts, this period represents the cultural and social experiences of black Americans. “What a Wonderful World” written by Louis Armstrong, connects to “Dreams” because I believe that it was his dreams that helped him to become a great musician and experience how wonderful the world could be.
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'A Dream Deferred' Trailer
 
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"A Dream Deferred" is a documentary for my Senior Thesis Reporting course that was born from the current immigration debate in the United States. With the introduction of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and the reelection of President Barack Obama, immigration reform is imminent. Through the story of an undocumented student and his family, I intend to offer the perspective of those who until recently had no voice in the debate. Is being undocumented defined by legal status or experience? How does legal status shape someone's life and future? Enrique, 23, has one passion: art. He lives through it—intensely. But one year short of finishing his degree to become an Architect, legal problems brought to a standstill his work, his education, and his DACA application. While residing in New York with his undocumented mother and sister, as well as his two younger and American-born siblings, Enrique will attempt to get back on track towards his dream as he awaits a resolution in court.
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The Growth of Knowledge: Crash Course Psychology #18
 
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You can directly support Crash Course at http://www.subbable.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Also, if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing great content. How does our knowledge grow? It turns out there are some different ideas about that. Schemas, Four-Stage Theory of Cognitive Development, and Vygotsky's Theory of Scaffolding all play different roles but the basic idea is that children think about things very differently than adults. Hank explains in today's episode of Crash Course Psychology. -- Table of Contents Schemas, Assimilation & Accommodation 2:39:12 Piaget's Four-Stage Cognitive Development 1:47:02 Sensortimotor, Preoperational, Concrete Operational, and Formal Operational Periods 3:48:22 Vygotsky's Theory of Scaffolding 7:45:05 -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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Teaching Poetry Part I
 
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The essence of poetry is metaphor.
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Nobility of Service
 
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Life is transient. So, let's live [use] this gifted life joyfully making it memorable with the ideals of universal & selfless love ,truth, sacrifice, sense of duty, integrity,charity, brotherhood, thereby strengthening the nation both visibly & unvisibly. Make the best use of life By English Department [Kerala State Syllabus] Subhadra Devi.S, Gini P.R ,& Sangeetha S Babu.
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Hidden Figures: Florence B. Price #BlackHERstoryMonth 1/28
 
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Florence Beatrice Price (April 9, 1887 – June 3, 1953) was an American classical composer. She was the first African-American woman to be recognized as a symphonic composer, and the first to have a composition played by a major orchestra, when the Chicago Symphony Orchestra performed her Symphony in E Minor on June 15, 1933. The work was later performed at the Chicago World’s Fair as part of the Century of Progress Exhibition. In 1932 she and her housemate – fellow composer Margaret Bonds – entered the Wanamaker Foundation Awards. Florence not only took first prize for her Symphony in E minor, she also took the third prize. On June 15, 1933, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra played her Symphony in E minor, making her the first woman of African descent to have a symphony performed by a major American orchestra. That orchestra also premiered her Piano Concerto the following year. In her lifetime, Price composed more than 300 works, ranging from small teaching pieces for piano to large-scale compositions such as symphonies and concertos, as well as instrumental chamber music, vocal compositions, and music for radio. One of her most famous songs, ‘My Soul’s Been Anchored in de Lord’, was also performed in one of the most important concerts ever held in America. On Easter Sunday, 1939, a concert was held on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The star performer was the contralto Marian Anderson. But because she was black she wasn’t allowed to perform in Washington D.C.’s Constitution Hall. Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of America at the time, stepped in and the result was an outdoor concert, held on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Anderson chose to close the evening with Price’s haunting song. The concert was also broadcast on the radio, meaning that Price’s music reached hundreds of thousands of people across America that evening. Her musical style is a mixture of classical European music and the sounds of black spirituals, especially the rhythms associated with African heritage, such as the juba dance. Price’s southern heritage had an obvious impact on her work, as the titles for some of her shorter works suggest: Arkansas Jitter, Bayou Dance, and Dance of the Cotton Blossoms. Price died in Chicago on June 3, 1953, while planning a trip to Europe. In 1964, a Chicago elementary school took her name as its own in recognition of her legacy as both a Chicago musician and an important black composer. #HiddenFigures #FlorencePrice ****************** Merchandise! MAKE SURE U GETTA SHIRT!! https://www.teepublic.com/user/sssseren Follow me on social media! Twitter: @seren_sensei Instagram: @sensei_aishitemasu Personal Tumblr: http://sensei-aishitemasu.tumblr.com Tumblr for my work: https://sssseren.tumblr.com Snapchat: sssseren GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/tc5wh7q Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/seren_sensei ****************** Did you know I wrote a book? ☺️ 'So, About That... A Year of Contemporary Essays on Race and Pop Culture' Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/About-That-Contemporary-Essays-Culture-ebook/dp/B013V0CHK6 Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B013V0CHK6 Digital download (e-book): https://gumroad.com/l/IkUa ****************** Links: 'The Rediscovery of Florence Price:' https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/02/05/the-rediscovery-of-florence-price 'Classical Lost And Found - Florence Price Rediscovered:' https://www.npr.org/sections/deceptivecadence/2012/02/27/147522468/classical-lost-and-found-florence-b-price-rediscovered 'The inspirational life of Florence Price – and why it's one of the most important stories in music:' http://www.classicfm.com/discover-music/florence-price/ Florence Beatrice Smith Price (1887–1953): http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=1742 'The Price of Admission - A Musical Biography of Florence Beatrice Price:' https://www.wqxr.org/story/271521-musical-biography-florence-beatrice-price/ Florence Beatrice Price - Biography: https://www.biography.com/people/florence-beatrice-price-21120681 Florence Price (Wikipedia): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florence_Price FLORENCE B. PRICE: Piano Concerto in One Movement (1934) - First Section (YouTube): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=189GH0gUBd4 Florence Price: Symphony No. 1 in E minor (YouTube): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9s4yY_A2A2k The Apollo String Quartet playing Florence Price's 5 Folksongs in Counterpoint (YouTube): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WESnBCeof6M Leontyne Price "My soul's been anchored in the Lord" (YouTube): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAu3QMuwWqw "Marian Anderson Sings at the Lincoln Memorial" Newreel Story (YouTube): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF9Quk0QhSE 'Denied A Stage, She Sang For A Nation:' https://www.npr.org/2014/04/09/298760473/denied-a-stage-she-sang-for-a-nation
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A Poem
 
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Lyrics: A Poem: Of Mice and Men was based on a poem In that poem, it said these words “The best-laid plans of mice and men Often go awry” George, Lennie, and Candy had a dream To live off the land, how nice it seemed But then they found out that their plan would fail As the poem had said would happen in this tale
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Time 100: A New Harlem Renaissance | TIME
 
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HECHICERA-BENJAMÍN BAUTISTA
 
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VIDEO POSTCARD MARKETING
 
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http://www.blackbusinesscollege.com Learn how easy it can be to market your business using video postcards. Unlimited usage Great marketing tool for all types of business. Show off your vacation pictures in a video that can be emailed to all your friends and family Send your wedding videos by email. Send your training videos to your sales team. Use it to create audio emails. Black Dollars Black Community Black Dollars recycling black dollars Black women in business 100 Black Men Dr. Claude Anderson Black Business Women Online Black Business Men Online Support Black Businesses Black Success University bring back black black history month when was black history month first observed poems for black history month black history month activities black history month themes black history month lesson plans what is the purpose for black history month founder of black history month who started black history month black history month bulletin board ideas what is the purpose of black history month black history month poems black history month worksheets short plays for black history month black history month quotes when was black history month frist observed activities during black history month skits good for black history month a play or skit for black history month black history month crafts black history month posters black history month purpose who was the founder of black history month black history month and church service black history month coloring pages black history month theme math for black history month who celebrate black history month who founded black history month black history month activities for teachers black history month calendar black history month church songs black history month pictures black history month printables black history month when was it established why do we have a black history month black history month and quiz black history month displays black history month health fair items february is black history month introduction to black history month local black history month events in long beach, ca skits for black history month what does black history month mean to you balloons for black history month black history month art lessons black history month assembly programs black history month celebration black history month events in houston black history month lessons black history month overview black history month skits or plays black history month trivia questions black history month who celebrates information on black history month celebration of black history month
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kite dancing (poem recitation) 2008
 
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poem congealing ideas of these last few days into my contemporary reality evolution. kite dancing Hi world I dance onward and onward me as a kite spinning out of the gloom what do I belch out, to make more room? why do I keep on eating as though my food does not feed me? we dive on and on and into the restless wrest-ling match of the ones who float and pray and believe.... And they real and rock in the seas of our emotional being.... and so....we told them to go, onward and into the storm and we drove onwards on a wayward wave.... and got caught in the sea, for what sort of dance? so I choose. what sort of dance do I choose? And the weight settled back intooooo the fuzzy floating of, our unconscious being.... believing.... emotional bed of bedrock. What next. What is on the field to play? and the race goes on' looking several steps ahead and a forgotten few do ask to be seen an apparition of our dreams.... some are dead within our own skin, and some are dead within the world we live Do we honor you? Have we become co-dependent to the living ones? Do we leave song of our ancestors unsung in our listening? I have forgotten to be deceived by caving in of our choices. what will you say? my subconscious? when I reach into my mind? my sleeping conscious... And so we dance forth and remember, "I am my imaginings, as much as anything..." what will we allow ourselves to be? when we float into our breath and land upon our feet.... and so, my feet fall upon my dabbling of giving my source to our collective sibling. who am I when I shine? I am a star and I am here and I can constantly transform I choose I trust me our thoughts have been unconscious I perceive we drift and sing and drift and sing as though our shadows are not at war our shadow is at war so be at war... I live my simple truths and my feigh is believed and the giant automatic megaphone that screams "take me to the farm, and farm me out, and put me In so many pieces," I forget sense of whole. I wonder, will the fates provide my feight/fate? freight as in baggage in tow and Daniel's little girl said she felt she had wielded her wand, and I remember in the dance with her how bright I can shine and shining radiates with a special rule of substenance in our shared dream we floated and floated and spun, and spun and I told her upon the morn, "I see your dreams. and I feel I worked last night I'm tired from the fight of our souls learning to work work together. and is there room for me?" is there room for me? And I see where I dis-associated my belief and so we go and go and learning from books is the mental mans game.... Is the white mans game... the black of white, is flip side of the choice we bring and the auditorium is full of space to create small piece of that circle was the world, and white man takes it all, and everyone else melts their ideals we have come to a time to reveal to one another dancing souls... I see the hole through you... when is my antennae on? and when is my antennae off? I see the bends and kinks we straighten out bit by bit and we can dream, the dream of dancing on floating memories of seas of dreams and I breath my wings full of life I spread my flapping span with grace around our land.... I feed you and I feed me can you see my wish to be a kite? to be a kite? and I have my kite string held by friends held by friends. and I can fly, I can fly when I remember to believe I have the gift to shift my shape and I shift my shape and claim my bait, of being all I need to eat so I feed upon my soul upon myself I live in harmony with the world I breath my wings dance across the sacred ground I call home and feel at one I belong I have become my gong of truth.,......... I sing my song...by feeling my earth beneath my feet my quest for my kite string is my earth beneath my feet
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Light This Journey: Dr. Ollie Watts Davis at TEDxUIUC
 
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In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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What Is Imagery In Literature?
 
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Poetic imagery the sensory and figurative language used in poetry learn about literary device, imagery, how to use it your writing 20erven 2014learn incorporating five senses visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, gustatory. Imagery includes figurative and in literature, imagery means to use language represent objects, actions ideas such a way it describes what scene or character looks like 30 apr 2014 literature is helps draw readers. Imagery definition, literature, types & examples imagery in literature definitions video poetic what is imagery? . What is imagery in literature? Youtube. Whether fiction or nonfiction, imagery is what provides the color, a symbolism? 'harlem'. Without descriptive phrases that allow you to picture a scene, how could ever be in literature, one of the strongest devices is imagery wherein author uses words and create alliteration what call literary device imagery, text, an author's use vivid language add depth tools. As a literary device, imagery consists of descriptive language that can the taste primary minerals, unbridled satisfaction what was original food i. Definition and examples k12 reader. What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like raisin in the sun? Or fester sore. Types of imagery stress relief tools. Imagery (literary device) youtube. Bbc higher bitesize english imagery revision. When a writer what if her eyes were there, they in head? . Literary devices imagery writer's edit. What links here related changes upload file special pages permanent link page information wikidata item cite this what is imagery? The figurative or descriptive language in a literary work pictorial images and formation of mental images, figures, rhetorical by the following examples imagery can help you learn how to use tool. These images always tell us something in the close reading paper you need to be able recognise imagery and consider how successful is at conveying what writer trying effective literature because we are confined picture of beach means much more than just describing one can see. In literature, why is imagery effective? Quora. What is imagery? Examples of imagery from great writers youtube. Definition, usage and a list of imagery examples in common speech literature. Feelings what does it feel like in your body to be. Imagery means to use figurative language represent objects, actions and imagery is the literary term used for description that appeals our five senses. What is imagery? Imagery a technique that uses evocative language to create sharp, mental picture for the reader. Imagery examples and definition of imagery literary devices. Imagery examples and definition of imagery literary devicesimagery in literature definition, types. What is imagery? Imagery language used by poets, novelists and other writers to create images in the mind of reader. By langston hughes (1951). English imagery in literature tools for imagination udemy blogimagery wikipedia.
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Nick Laird, "Modern Gods"
 
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http://www.politics-prose.com/book/9780670025145 Unfolding in Northern Ireland, New York City, and Papua New Guinea, Laird’s wide-ranging third novel follows two sisters who live very different lives, yet face similar challenges. Alison works in their father’s business in Northern Ireland and hopes to jump-start her life with a second marriage. Liz, a professor in New York, is on her way to Oceania to make a film about a newly discovered religion. Neither woman’s venture goes according to plan, and in his deft interweaving of the sisters’ experiences, Laird explores question of family, memory, and fanaticism. An award-winning poet as well as the author of the novels Utterly Monkey and Glover’s Mistake, Laird currently teaches in the Creative Writing Program at New York University. Laird is in conversation with Nate Brown, managing editor of the Austin-based literary magazine American Short Fiction. Founded by Carla Cohen and Barbara Meade in 1984, Politics and Prose Bookstore is Washington, D.C.'s premier independent bookstore and cultural hub, a gathering place for people interested in reading and discussing books. Politics and Prose offers superior service, unusual book choices, and a haven for book lovers in the store and online. Visit them on the web at http://www.politics-prose.com/ Produced by Tom Warren
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