Government Produced Climate of Fear: A Brave New World Prophecy?
Twelfth graders use songs to investigate images and metaphors. They compare structure, tone, and meaning in a number of songs. They write a song about an important historical event.
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A Study Guide for The Phantom of the Opera
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Post World War II U.S: Government Produced Climate of Fear: A Brave New World Prophecy?
Twelfth graders analyze and respond to images and metaphors in the song lyrics of "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall." They will compare the songs "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall" and "Lord Randall" in terms of structure, tone and meaning. Students...
12th Visual & Performing Arts