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    The seven deadly analytical response sins - avoid if you want to make the heavenly ascension to analytical prowess!
    1. Saying that a the purpose of a visual image is to paint a picture for the target audience. This is a sin because it is vague. It gives no rationale at all for why the author used that particular image in the that particular text in that particular context for that particular audience. Here are some examples of this sin: used to paint the atmosphere, to portray an image of, creates a strong image.
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    What Is Theory Of Mind?
    Theory of mind (ToM) is the ability to understand that other people have beliefs, intentions, desires, knowledge, perspectives, and so forth and that these can be different from your own. It refers to how we develop theories about other people’s minds; what they’re thinking, feeling, and what they might do. ToM is the basis of empathy.
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Sunday, November 6

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    What's the competition?
    Poetry Object is a free national poetry writing competition for students and teachers. The poem has to be inspired by a talismanic object that is special to you. You have free choice of genre and form, and you should write no more than 20 lines. If you love details, here's the full pdf.
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    Some techniques: metaphor, metonymy, structure
    Presentation skills: refining work, media, performance
    Poetry walk: {Poetry Object Activity.docx}
    Competition Entry
    Once you have finished these activities you will have a portfolio of poems. You can either write a fresh poem for the competition or use one from your portfolio. Crafting, drafting, and redrafting your poem will be essential. There is a drafting exercise at the end of the activities pdf. Remember, the poem you write must be about the talismanic object you have brought to class. PS - Teachers can enter too!
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    Some techniques: metaphor, metonymy, structure
    Presentation skills: refining work, media, performance
    Poetry walk:
    Competition Entry
    Once you have finished these activities you will have a portfolio of poems. You can either write a fresh poem for the competition or use one from your portfolio. Crafting, drafting, and redrafting your poem will be essential. There is a drafting exercise at the end of the activities pdf. Remember, the poem you write must be about the talismanic object you have brought to class. PS - Teachers can enter too!
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    Mr Bartholomeusz - Monday Week 8 September 12th
    Ms McKenzie - Wednesday Week 9 September 21st
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