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Green and Gold Malaria

Transcript: Theme Rhyme is the repetition of a vowel sound followed by an identical consanant sound. The Rhyme pattern for this poem is A,A,B,B. Thanks for watching! MCcall had to be creative to portray the theme of patriotism. He used rhyme at the end of sentences that were about proud moments in Australia history. Green and Gold Malaria By Rupert McCall The poem Green and Gold Malaria is about a man having an illness which is actually resembling National pride. A presentation by Darian Lampton Repetition MULTIMODAL PRESENTATION Repetition Repetition It is the recurrence of a word or phrase. This technique will repeat the phrase in the mind of the reader. Rhyme "I get it when I'm standing in the ANZAC parade,And I get it when the anthem of our native land is played." Rhyme Rupert MCcall Another technique used by the poet was repetition. Repetition is used on lines 19,20,21,28. An example from the text is " And I get it when the anthem of our native land is played, And I get it when Meninga makes a Kiwi crunching run." Conclusion Rhyme is one technique used by the poet to portray the theme. Poetry has the power to ignite imagination. But what is poetry?Poetry is the literary work in which special intensity is of given through an expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm. This multimodal presentation will analyze the techniques used by the poet to portray the theme present in the poem. The poetic techniques of Rupert MCcall portray the theme of national pride in the poem of Green and Gold Malaria. The theme of national pride is being said into the mind of the reader with Great Australian moments. Poetry has the power to ignite imagination Examples from the text is on line 19 and 20.

GREEN GOLD

Transcript: WHY IS MARIJUANA THE SUPER PLANT WHAT IS THE SOLUTION? We as a people need to legalize Marijuana Marijuana is a plant that has many benefits that has the ability to save the world, but the our world is controlled by the government witch is controlled by big corporations scared of the business it will take away. Marijuana relaxes and calms the mind Marijuana opens the mind Marijuana reduces pain Marijuana helps with depression Marijuana is a good plant that saves lives Marijuana was made illegal again in 1943 Michele Phelps won 8 gold medals in the olympics while smkoing marijuana Every 38 seconds someone is arrested for marijuana use. The big corporations controle the goverment that makes laws. Mrijuana would ruin tobacco companies that kill people, lumber companies, oil companies, and chemical companies. this would even help the environment. Marijuana is a plant that helps the world with everything, the plant helps mental health, the industry but there are myths spread about it. THE CONCLUSION HOW DOSE MARIJUANA EFECT YOUR MIND? This would take money from drug lords and give it to the people THE HISTORY OF CANNABIS THE LIFE OF MARYJAIN HOW DOES MARIJUANA EFFECT YOUR HEALTH? Causes you too see brighter colors Makes you relaxed Makes you happier Temporary effects on balance and coordination No research showing any permanent damaging effects Heart speeds up blood vessels in the eyes to expand Alters memory THE MYTHS ABOUT MARIJUANA Marijuana is highly addictive Marijuana kills your brain cells Marijuana ruins your lungs Marijuana ruins your memory Marijuana ruins your test score Hemp, the plant that marijuana grows on is the most durable and robust fiber The first copies of the Declertation of Independince was made of Cannabis Money was made of cannabis The first law for cannabis was ordering them to grow it Henery Fords first model T was made of hemp plastic and ran on hemp oil Marijuana was first made illegal in the 1930s Marijuana is illegal widely because of the companies that would go out of business if hemp was leggal During WWII marijuana was used again a deemed good also used as a truth serum

Gold Green

Transcript: - dates back to 400 BC Bleeding heart Aloof Great negotiators Staci Haarer Educational Consultant How will you give instructions to your golds? Not serious Abiding Opinionated Fault finders Pushover, too nice Affirming Consider the colors as you plan your lessons - Easily taken advantage of Enjoying Life Practical Efficient Greens may see themselves as: Multi-taskers Great planners Others may see Oranges as: Green Thorough thinkers Inflexible Life in Colors Trusting Even tempered Bossy, controlling Flexible Practical Unique Decisive Unfeeling Spiritual Open minded Unrealistic Pleasers Blue Too trusting Smothering Sugar coater Oranges may see themselves as: Rigid Scattered Objective How will you give your greens some quiet time? Efficient Others may see Greens as: How will you support the energy of your Oranges? Others may see Golds as: Gold Green Unrealistic Warm & caring Steady Reliable Fun loving by George J. Boelcke Blues may see themselves as What Color Are You? Rule-breakers Dependable Rational Have winning attitude Always right People person, social Wanting harmony "There is no better or worse color no right or wrong combination....When we live in harmony with our colors, we learn to appreciate ourselves in new an powerful ways...(And) by celebrating our differences we gain new insights which help us see value and interact with each other." - George Boelcke Orange Blue Spontaneous Naive Lacking imagination Compassionate Predictable Golds may see themselves as: Ruthless Orange Orderly Great communicators Mushy Arrogant Unreliable Empathetic Hands on Life In Colors How will you connect with you blues today? Competitive Intellectual snobs • Background • Purpose • Color Types • Divide Into Groups • Large Group Color Characteristics • Small Group Discussion • Learning Styles - to promote understanding of children, families and positive relationships Easily sidetracked Logical Others may see Blues as: Flaky Calm Stubborn Life in Colors Unfeeling or uncaring Highly organized Romantic Intellectually superior Cold & uncaring Business-minded Conclusion Creative Irresponsible Boring Gold Frequently late

Green and Gold Malaria

Transcript: This metaphor Rupert McCall uses in this poem helps to portray the theme because it shows that “Green and Gold Malaria” is not actually a disease, it shows how “Good old Aussie pride” "Banjo sends me down the snowy river" is another example of a metaphor used in the poem. Green and Gold Malaria Rupert McCall is a famous Australian poet who has wrote 6 poems including "Green and Gold Malaria". He was born in 1970, and he wrote “Green and Gold Malaria" at 24 years of age in 1994. Rupert not only writes poetry but has also been head comentator for the Rugby world cup in 2007. Conclusion The first poetic technique is Metaphors which are used frequently throughout the poem “Green and Gold Malaria”. A metaphor is a word or a group of words that represents something but does not mean their literal meaning. The poet uses this technique when he uses the word ‘crook’ instead of the word ‘bad’ and ‘his melon’ instead of using the words,‘his head’. Rupert McCall uses the poetic techniques, Metaphors and Colloquial Language to help portray the main theme of the poem, “good old Aussie pride”. The use of poetic techniques is effective because symbolises that the person who uses the colloquial language to have pride in their country. The metaphors help to interpret how “Green and Gold Malaria” isn’t really a disease; it is “Good old Aussie pride”. The poet describes this as a disease because you are born with it and you can’t get rid of it. Colloquial Language Poetic Technique 2 The Poet Colloquial Language “Green and Gold Malaria” is about how the poet shows his pride and love for Australia. Rupert McCall uses Metaphors and Colloquial Language to help portray the theme, “good old Aussie pride”. "Banjo takes me down the Snowy River" is another example of a metaphor used in the poem. Metaphors Introduction The most major metaphor in the poem, is the title, “Green and Gold Malaria”.This is a metaphor for, “Aussie pride”. Metaphor At the beginning of the poem, the poet thinks he is sick so he has a check-up at the doctor. He recites his symptoms and the times when he feels them. When he finished talking the doctor tells him that he has the condition, Green and Gold Malaria. Rupert uses various types of poetic techniques to help portray the main meaning of the poem, Good old Aussie pride. The Colloquial Language Rupert uses throughout the poem helps to portray the theme because he uses Australian slang. This gives a sense that the person who used the slang has great pride in their country. In the poem this is referred to as “Good old Aussie pride”. Colloquial Language By Rupert McCall Poetic Technique 1 Theme Poetic Technique 2 Poetic Technique 1 The poetic technique, Colloquial Language, is used numerous times throughout the poem. Colloquial Language is usually referred to as slang because they are words when used in the same language share meanings but are different. Metaphors Effect of Poetic Technique 1 Effect of Poetic Technique 2

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