2009-11-29

Macbeth

Hello!

This afternoon, I was looking for a certain play by Burton Bumgarner (Personals and Proposals) when I accidentally found this play: Don't say Macbeth

www.histage.com/freeview.aspx?PSID=8305

If you are interested, have a look at it. It's just a preview, not much to read (shouldn't take you longer than 2 minutes), and a rather witty and interesting interpretation of the original shakespeare play, respectively a neat way to deal with it . I don't know how it continues, but i like the beginning of it, so I figured some of you might like it, too.

See you tomorrow...

2009-11-26

Happy Thanksgiving!

Considering that it is already very late and the majority of the ELKs will probably read this irgendwann am Wochenende (?) this is more a reminder or a side note...

It's Nov 26 2009 which means, today, America celebrates Thanksgiving :)
I didn't even know that till somebody pointed that out haha

So, now you know that Thanksgiving of 2009 was today and now you can brag with your knowledge ;)Interesting to know how people define Thanksgiving ;)

Technology and Environment

Hello everybody,

Here's your homework for Monday:
1. Read the excerpt from "Hard Times" by Charles Dickens (pp. 29-30/Viewfinder Special).
2. Translate the first twenty lines into German (pp. 29-30).
3. Do one of the analysis tasks (p. 31/3 or 4).

Don't forget to bring along your books on Monday.

Have a pleasant weekend all the same.

2009-11-21

Your favourite moment?

Have a look at the following video and decide which is your favourite (and your least favourite) moment.



(via Der Englisch-Blog - highly recommended)