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‘Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori?’ A Christian Aid secondary assembly
Many countries were involved in the First World War. Wikimedia commons
Is it sweet and proper to die for your country? Wikimedia commons
Conflict continues around the world today. Christian Aid/Sarah Malian
Wikimedia commons Can you find the Democratic Republic of Congo?
Christian Aid/Tom Stoddart/Getty Images Shukuru (purple top) had to flee her village because of fighting.
Christian Aid/Tom Stoddart/Getty Images CBCA helped to reunite many children with their families.
100 years is a very long time… A Christian Aid primary assembly.
1 An assembly for secondary schools Sensational singing.
Do Now Please get out your Life in the Trenches chart. – If you have turned in your letter, please turn in this chart. – If you have not yet turned in.
War Poetry: ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’ by Wilfred Owen Comprehension and the writer’s intentions Learning Objectives: To develop an understanding of the events.
2 When rebels attacked her village in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2008, 12-year-old Shukuru Binguru ran home from school to find her younger siblings.
Written by Wilfred Owen. On October 2, 1915, he enlisted in the Artist’s Rifles He was drafted in 1917 His military experience only lasted five.
“Dulce et Decorum Est”.
Dulche Et Decorum Est Example Assignment Starters - 1
11 A Christian Aid assembly NEVER FORGET. 2 Fireworks
Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori. It is sweet, right and fitting to die for your country.
“The Soldier,” “Dulce et Decorum Est,” and “Be Ye Men of Valor”
DO NOW: LOG IN TO YOUR COMPUTER. ESSAY IS DUE ON WEDNESDAY, 10/30 Begin writing you essay today: In the poems, “The Call” by Jesse Pope, and “Dulce Et.
The Memory of World War I And the Hughes/Currie battle.
Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori © www.teachit.co.uk.
1 A Christian Aid secondary assembly Send my sister to school.
Background and interpretation. “Dulce Et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owen Bent double, like old beggars under sacks, Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed.
Golden goals A Christian Aid Secondary Assembly. Wikimedia Commons Celebrating achievements.
Lighting the way… 1 A Christian Aid assembly for secondary schools.
1 A Christian Aid primary assembly Three cheers for volunteers!
War poetry We are learning: to identify poetic devices. Outcome: to identify poetic devices use in Wilfred Owen’s poetry.
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