Transcribe conversation

Sammy: yea we went to his office and there was like 12 of us
Zelda: really?
jaimee: what did you do though?
sammy: is was like, kinda like one person who did all the talking
libby: who was it?
Zelda: haha everyone else was just backing them up
sammy: yea it was ruby
jaimee: ruby burke?
sammy: yep, and everyone else in there like hmmm and she was like talking and making her
wee points
Zelda: yea, do you reckon like they will actually change anything.
sammy: i don’t know, because he was like well… her classes got good grades, i was mmm
cause they went to kip
Everyone: hahahahahaha
Zelda: riiiiiiight
sammy: i know.

Transcript

Yea?

Oh fanks fo ansering geezer ya no wot I mean

Gimy dat, where you been fool yo making us winse out our cwedit, leavin you messages and dat.

Mr daws es well on da war paf wif u bruv yea

Because of da bag an dat?

Wat bag, cos u messed the lesson you cheef

Gimmee dat, da bag won’t a problem, teegsey never menton it he botild it,   Ah you comin oer min layer ta play computa?

Na mon I’m at hom now I got a business dat I need to run

What business?

Business dat minds it on (chhess) I’m out

shakespeare sonnet exercise

Now old desire doth in his deathbed lie,
And young affection gapes to be his heir.
That fair for which love groaned for and would die
With tender Juliet matched, is now not fair.
5Now Romeo is beloved and loves again,
Alike bewitchèd by the charm of looks,
But to his foe supposed he must complain,
And she steal love’s sweet bait from fearful hooks.
Being held a foe, he may not have access
10To breathe such vows as lovers use to swear.
And she as much in love, her means much less
To meet her new beloved anywhere.
But passion lends them power, time means, to meet,
Tempering extremities with extreme sweet
1. Identify an example of a metaphor:
      “And she steals love’s sweet bait            from fearful hooks.”
2. Explain what this metaphor              conveys:
     I think this metaphor is saying that juliet could have loved anyone but she picked the most dangerous option ( a Montague and her families enemy).
3. What other device does shakespeare use to convey this idea: the words shakespeare uses similies

Noises and shots in diva scene

diegetic (in the scene): singing, applause, talking, knock, shooting, fighting sounds, growling, music

non diegetic: (added to scene): bang at start, intense music

camera shots: mid, over shoulder/behind, long, close up (emotion), mid side, birds eye view

camera angles: level, low

camera movements: zoom, tracking, tilt, crane, follow

midlevel, zoom close up level, behind shot, over shoulder, mid shot, low angle, mid zoom, tracking, crane zoom, mid level, cut, cut, cut, cut, cut, cut, cut, cut, tracking, follow low, slow,

 

 

crosscutting (two different scenes happening at once and seeing bit by bit)

starting with long lasting shots and making them shorter as you go)

CREATIVE WRITING: Future Dystopia

Within the barriers of a destroyed world a lone car sits, enclosed by the ashes of my life. It waits patiently for the dead light to turn green, but nothing has been green since that day, I don’t even know if it still exists. Beneath this decaying bridge a cold hollow river corrodes the lifeless remains of a once inhabited city. It used to be my home, but now I don’t know what to call it. Lost deep in the clouds of the explosion a single crow who is searching for any sign of life, flies in silence upon the building. I know what that feels like, I have been doing the same for over six months now. Lingering in and around the building carcases a burnt smell contaminates the air, so strong I can almost taste it. A thick canopy of smog cloaks the parched city, untouched since the outbreak.

You’re probably wondering what i’m on about, so here’s how it went. After the disease struck nothing has been the same. The first death was in my home town on Friday 13 April 2091, then it spread. Everyone started dropping like flies, and I mean everyone the hospitals were crowded with dying souls, even the animals had caught the disease. No one could figure out what it was, or how to cure it. Then the government took charge and decided to bomb my city to stop the outbreak.

When they bombed everyone died, except me, at least that’s what I think. Information about the bomb was leaked just days before it hit, and as my whole family had already been lost to the disease I took cover. I was in an underground bunker when it hit and when I came out everything was demolished, gone, everyone, my family, my friends, everyone, wiped out. “You’re one of the lucky ones” my brother had said to me as his dying words, yet I still question that. I was the only lucky one and I was left in this city alone, abandoned, and crowded by the leftovers of my torn apart life. Everyday I see corpses staring back at me, there’s even days when I recognise them, burned and rotting, I hate those days.

I was one of the few immune to the disease, but I was the only one to survive both the outbreak and the bomb.  Each day I roam the streets in search for food and shelter, I was told those are the only things you need to survive, it seemed simple enough, but they never told me it would be this hard. I have explored over half the city, rummaging through the left overs of the detonation, yet I still have only found a limited amount of food. I guess that what you get when someone bombs your city. No one else out there knew I was here, alive, apart from me and the crow in the sky above.

 

relative clauses

The street that was strewn with litter was totally deserted.

He who was humming to himself walked down the middle of the street

The dark city, that was drowning in the water, died slowly. The citizens, who cried their last words, sunk down with it. the last lights, that reflected the deathly water, died.

preposition with adverbs

Between the barriers a lone car sits, enclosed by the glum fog, waiting patiently for the frozen light to turn green. Beneath the extensively decaying bridge a cold grey river surrounds the remenants of the once inhabited city. Above, lost deep in the clouds of the explosion, a single pig flies in silence upon the building, searching for any sign of life. On the crumbling bridge vigilant soldiers await the unknown, prepared for battle. Within the caged building dust coats the lifeless factory, untouched since the war.

preposition description with nouns

Between the barriers a lone car sits, enclosed by the glum fog, waiting patiently for the frozen light to turn green. Beneath the decaying bridge a cold grey river surrounds the remenants of the once inhabited city. Above, lost in the clouds of the explosion, a single pig flies upon the building searching for any sign of life. On the bridge vigilant soldiers await the unknown, prepared for battle. Within the caged building dust coats the lifeless factory, untouched since the war.

story in second person about a place i am familiar with

Shuffling down the corridor your heart begins to race. The familiar smell of hairspray lingers around you. You can feel the essence of the audience on the other side of the wall, applauding for the previous number. Every time you have been here you were in that transe. That transe of reciting over and over every single move you have practiced. Right now nothing is more important than this…  

Its show time.

preposition description

Between the barriers a lone car sits, enclosed by the glum fog, waiting patiently for the light to turn green. Beneath the bridge a cold grey river surrounds the remenants of the once inhabited city. Above, lost in the clouds a single pig flies upon the building searching for any sign of life. On the bridge guards await the unknown, prepared for battle. Within the building dust coats the lifeless factory, untouched since the war.