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English 3

Pg. 42-44
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Maggie Hill

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of English 3

How people write By: Blake Adams, Maggie Hill
Maddie Hammel, Todd Criswell
Heather Perry, Eli Evans
Kori Moyes, Shelby Outler English III Prezi People in England are amazed by fliers that promote the "new life" across the sea but that often overlook the hardships and hazards that might come with it Fliers,
Pamphlets, Newspapers,
Religious Books Journals/Diaries, and Letters Plain Style Literary Trends: North America astonishes new people who come here. For example, William Bradford views North America as a frightening place. Whereas other people see North America as an enormous garden, a vast, untouched earthly paradise. The view of a land filled with earthly blessings and so many possibilities helps mold an emerging American spirit and literature. The Puritans worked to have simple writings because, they wore plain clothes and lived simple lives. William Bradford, a Pilgrim leader, wrote in the Plain style. The Plain style was a big change from the ornate style that was so popular for the time. The Plain style purpose was to communicate ideas as simply as possible. How People Speak How people speak- In the early 1600s, each region of Engla Fliers and pamphlets promoted the delights of "new life". These things helped people overlook the hardships and hazards of living overseas. In sixteenth century England, people are reading and writing but they are searching for spelling rules. Settlers brought spelling rules with them that were similar to modern spelling today. Exceptions include occasional final 'e' at the end of a word, for example, kinde. They also had ll and sse at the end of words: gratefull, kindnesse, and ick for ic: logick, and magick. In 1601, Bento Teixeira Pinto published
the Brazilian epic Prosopopea. Power Of Nature The first religious book was published in 1611, this was the English translation of the bible. In 1647 Massachusetts Bay Colony passes a colonial law requiring communities to support public schools . The Bay Psalm Book was the second best-seller behind the bible. 1605-1606 Many People, hungry for news, demanded a newspaper. In 1704, the Boston News-Letter answered their calls. Macbeth and King Lear were the first performances of Shakespeare's plays. John Peter Zengar was arrested in 1734 for his publication of the Weekly Journal that criticized the governor. After serving 9 months in prison, he was set free. He was the start of the freedom of the press. In 1605 writer Miguel de Cervantes
published the first part
of Don Quixot. 1630 Some Puritans kept diaries that included comments on their religious experiences which allowed them to reflect and examine their own spiritual development. William Bradford begins
'Of Plymouth Plantation'. Bay Psalm Book was one of the
first books published in America
in 1640. 1643 Educated colonists used letters to stay




in touch with Europe and each other. -wrote a key to the language
of the Narragsnsett indians. Anne Bradstreet wrote a poem
called the 'The Tenth Muse Lately
Sprung Up in America'. 1650 The first performance of the French playwright of Moliere's called 'The Bourgeois
Gentleman' happened in 1670. The Japanese poet
Basho writes poetry
that first broke with
the traditional haiku form. 1679 The book
A Narrative of the
Captivity and Restoration
of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson
was published in 1682. Boston News Letter 1704:
The Boston News Letter
was the first colonial
English newspaper. The trial of John Peter Zenger, occurred in New York, and helped establish free press. 1735 Jonathan Swift's book
'Gulliver's Travels'
was published in
1726. He was an Irish-born writer. In 1741, a sermon called "Sinners
in the Hands of an Angry God" was
delivered by Jonathan Edwards. The End. The End. More Than One English Language New Words and Expressions People in England are amazed by fliers that promote the "new life" across the sea but that often overlook the hardships and hazards that might come with it Most settlers come from western England while most settlers in Massachusetts come from eastern England. They speak differently, for instance, in New England they don't pronounce the "r" after vowels. English speak encounter new languages and items that need names. Words taken from Native American Languages Original Word English Word

xocolatl(Aztec) Chocolate



Original Word English Word

arathkone(Algonquian) Raccoon Scots-Irish people settle mostly in the middle colonies. Here, the "r" is still pronounced in words such as lord and here.
Thee, Thou,Thy- Thee, thou, and thy are old-fashioned words for "you" and "your" that some people use to address children, close friends, and God. Quakers and Puritans use them to address everyone. Words taken from African Languages Original Word English Word
mbanza(Kimbundu) Banjo

Original Word English Word
Banana(Mande) Banana a Moliere 1670 and
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