4.5 / 5. Hide Show resource information. 2 of 7. WITHIN HER EYES SCHEME OF WORK & STUDENT WORKBOOK This scheme of work and accompanying student workbook has been written with year 10 in mind to introduce, explore and analyse the work both theoretically and practically using the James Cousins Company resource pack. Lines 3 and 4 tell us how these two opposite forces "meet" in her. Date of first performance. Themes Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. Their Eyes Were Watching God Themes. ... drawn to the control offered by fictional worlds, Briony had lived so long and so intimately within the constructs of those worlds that they bled over into her perception of the non-fictional world. As the story proceeds chronologically, however, the story is not a first-person narrative. 1 of 7. Her acclaimed novels such as: The Bluest Eye, Beloved, Sula,and Song of Solomon have been known for their social and political commentary on race relations and sexism within … Home > GCSE study tools > Dance > Within Her Eyes. Choreographer. ... her eye for detail, her interest in travel and different places, her apparently conversational tone, her command of internal rhyme, her use of repetition, her interest in strict poetic forms (the sonnet and the sestina), childhood memories, identity, loss. Before her physical spasm in the car, Mrs. Shortley has "a peculiar lack of light in her icy blue eyes;" immediately following it, her eyes are "like blue-painted glass." Their Eyes Were Watching God is most often celebrated for Hurston’s unique use of language, particularly her mastery of rural Southern black dialect. Main dance style. Previous Next . Janie tells the stories contained within the novel to Pheoby during the course of an evening. They change as a result of her religious vision. February 2016. There is a clear split between the narrator's literary style and the dialect of the black American South used by Janie and the characters in her community. Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. James Cousin; future faces of dance; strikingly original; one of the UK's most promising choreographic talents; Costume. Language: Speech and Silence. Within Her Eyes. Gender Love Sex Innocence Race Fate and Free Will Society and Class Freedom and Confinement Language and Communication Jealousy Appearances Mortality Pride Dreams, Hopes, and Plans Memory and the … Dance; Within her eyes Dance anthology; GCSE; AQA; Created by: Sarah Harrison; Created on: 27-08-16 12:10; Who Choreographed the piece? The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, presents a critical portrait of the American dream through its portrayal of the 1920s New York elite.By exploring themes of wealth, class, love and idealism, The Great Gatsby raises powerful questions about American ideas and society. By Zora Neale Hurston. Major Themes in Bishop’s Poetry. The novel begins with Janie telling her dear friend, Pheoby, about what has happened in the years since she left Eatonville, along with reflections of her childhood. The activities vary and there are accompanying resources, some of which can be cut out into task cards. Within Her Eyes. James Cousins. stylised everyday cloths; Female dancer: beige shirt and skirt and is bare foot; Male dancer: long sleeved khaki jumper and … Their Eyes Were Watching God not only explores the theme of language and storytelling at the level of narrative content, but also through its form. Contemporary. This 53 page booklet covers 6 lessons of theoretical and practical activities to cover the themes and constituent features of Within Her Eyes.