Mary finds herself attracted to a visitor to Jamaica Inn. But who is he - and can he be trusted? Meanwhile, another visitor discovers some suspicious objects in an upstairs room Mary has to work in the bar of Jamaica Inn on Saturday night. She gets to meet a group of rough and drunk men. Later that night there are some strange goings-on in the yard outside. What's happening - and why are people talking about murder?
Immediately she discovers what a mean and scary man her uncle is.
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He sets the rules and tells her what to do. On her second day there she discovers a locked room — what is inside? When Mary's mother dies, she goes to live with her aunt and uncle who run the Jamaica Inn. It lies in a remote and bleak corner of England. On her journey there she is warned to keep away. But why? The crew are almost back in London, but will they make it home in time to win the challenge? Listen to the last episode of our drama, The Race, to find out! Sophia and Passepartout have recovered from the dodgy lobster that Phil cooked for them, but the crew aren't in the clear yet.
Find out what danger they face next in this episode of The Race! Phil decides to say thank you to the crew by cooking a slap-up meal. How will it go down? Listen to episode eight of The Race to find out! Phil, Passepartout and Sophia have all fallen asleep while at sea! There's a loud bang — what's happened?
Listen to episode seven of The Race to find out! The Mermaid has been stolen! But who has taken Phil's yacht and how will he get it back? Is it the end of his round-the-world adventure? Find out in episode six of The Race! The satnav is down and they've narrowly missed being hit by a container ship. Will Phil, Passepartout and Sophia be able to continue their journey?
Find out in the next episode of The Race! Phil and Passepartout rescue Sophia from her violent husband and make their way onward from Sao Tome.
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But technology is about to fail them! What's going to happen? Find out in episode four of The Race! Phil makes it to port. But things are about to get tricky when a storm threatens his journey — will Phil and Passepartout survive their latest obstacle? Find out in episode three of The Race! Phil and his friend Pete set off on their round-the-world. Will it all be plain sailing or will they sink? Find out in episode two of The Race! Phil's a writer living in London. His life isn't that interesting — but it's about to change dramatically!
Find out just how much in episode one of our drama, The Race! Ebenezer Scrooge has been taken to several different places by three spirits. He saw that if he died, nobody would care because he is a bad man. How will this experience change Scrooge's life? Ebenezer Scrooge is getting used to the company of ghosts, but here's one he doesn't expect. Ebenezer Scrooge seems to be changing his ways. He has learnt a lesson from a ghost which took him to the past and now is ready to be visited by the Spirit of Christmas Present.
Selfish businessman Ebenezer Scrooge receives a visit from the first of three spirits. This is the Spirit of Christmas Past. In this episode, you'll get to know Ebenezer Scrooge. Nobody seems to be able to get a kind word or even a smile out of him. Alice is at the trial of the Knave of Hearts - and she is taller than ever before.
The King asks the jury to give their verdict - but will the Queen let Alice escape without a punishment? Alice finds herself at a trial. Did the Knave of Hearts steal the Queen's tarts? What does the Hatter know about it - and what's that funny feeling Alice is having? Alice plays croquet with the Queen. But what are the rules - and how can Alice play croquet when the ball is a hedgehog? Alice finds the Hatter and the March Hare having a very strange tea-party.
They manage to make Alice angry - but how? And do riddles always have answers? Someone inside the Duchess's house is angry - but who? The Duchess's baby is making some very strange sounds and the Cheshire-Cat smiles while the cook throws things. Will Alice meet anyone who isn't mad? Alice is beginning to wonder who she is, when a caterpillar gives her some advice about a magical mushroom. But is it good advice — and who thinks Alice is a snake? Alice is too big to fit inside the White Rabbit's house.
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When she's big, she cries a pool of tears. What will happen to her when she gets smaller again? Alice is an ordinary girl, until the day a white rabbit runs past her, saying "I'm late! The Creature reappears in the Arctic and boards the boat which has rescued Viktor Frankenstein. The Creature explains the killings and offers to leave everybody in peace, but on one condition Viktor Frankenstein meets the Creature at last.
Will they be friends or have a fight? Viktor Frankenstein is ready to give life to a creature, but is this really a wise thing to do? Viktor Frankenstein has always been passionate about science and he and others paid a high price because of that. He has a warning to all who, like him, tried to challenge Nature.
The White Elephant restaurant has always struggled to stay in business and the future is not looking good. They desperately need customers - and when they finally get one, Gordon's skills in the kitchen must keep them there. Find out if he can do it in this final episode and learn some hope-related phrases. There's a bake-off competition taking place and Gordon seems to have made a special effort - and he only does that when there's something to win!
Peter's also made a cake that looks exactly the same — what's going on? Watch this video to find out, and learn some competition-related phrases. Ceilia's latest idea from her management training is to get everyone to do a job swap. This will give everyone the chance to see what other people's jobs involve. This could be fun, but will Gordon be able to 'lower' himself to doing the work of a washer-upper?!
Watch this to find out and learn some phrases related to empathy. Gordon changes his appearance to try and look fashionable but his work colleagues have their own opinions on how he looks and they can't keep a secret. Watch and learn some fashion-related phrases.
What's this? Gordon has come up with a new recipe for ostrich lasagne. He just needs someone to taste-test it. When the team offer to give it a try they soon wish they hadn't! Watch and count how many phrases you hear related to feeling sick. There's a criminal in the area but could he be coming to eat at The White Elephant and who's going to be the bravest person to confront him? Watch and learn some phrases related to being brave. Peter the waiter is shaken up when he nearly gets hit by a van but Gordon has no sympathy as he brags about his new mobile business venture.
Can the two things be connected? Learn some phrases about honesty. It's been a late night for the team at The White Elephant but Gordon seems remarkably lively. That's until he hears about an award that only he could win! Watch and learn some sleep-related phrases. It's a special 'sushi night' at the restaurant and Gordon is keen to make a good impression on the customers. But his best efforts don't quite go to plan and he runs out of an important ingredient. Is the evening going to be a disaster or can someone save the day? Watch and learn phrases used to talk about very unsuccessful events.
The restaurant is about to get a visit from the health inspector. Everyone needs to make the place clean and tidy but Gordon has other ideas. And why does he need to clean up his act? Watch the video and listen out for the phrases used to do with being clean. The restaurant gets some customers from America who demand a meal that really puts Gordon's cooking skills to the test. Can he give them what they want or will he leave a bad impression?
Find out by watching this episode and listening out for the phrases related to failure. Lucky Mary! Someone has left her a special gift and she thinks she knows who it's from but is she right or has someone else in the kitchen got a soft spot for her? Find out in this episode and listen out for the phrases related to love. Gordon cooks him something really special - but is it what the customer had in mind? Find out in this episode and listen out for phrases related to excellence.
Something smells good in the kitchen — Gordon is preparing a special meal but unfortunately the red wine he's using isn't going into the cooking pot. Will the customers ever get to taste it — and will they want to? Watch this episode and listen out for the phrases related to timing. Don't panic! Twenty-five people are heading for The White Elephant.
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Will Gordon really be able to cook for this many people? And how will Peter get all the orders written on his small notepad? Everyone needs to keep calm if they want this to go well. Listen out for the phrases related to keeping calm. Peter, the waiter, isn't happy. Somebody called Edith has died and the team are doing their best to comfort Peter with some wise words. Can grumpy Gordon think of a nice thing to say? And who is Edith anyway? Find out in this episode and listen out for the phrases related to sadness. The White Elephant restaurant is struggling to stay in business.
It's up to the staff to think of an idea that will bring in enough money to save the restaurant! But, as usual, their grumpy chef Gordon needs some persuading. What will change his mind? Find out in this episode - and listen out for phrases related to being clever. The White Elephant restaurant has had so few customers it might have to close down.
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The word lists are great and I think the videos you posted will really send home the message about tone and mood. Thank you, so much!! Thanks for sharing your videos. I was wondering if you would mind if I use your videos on our school districts website as examples for tone and mood?
Hi Mr. The most important thing for teaching tone and mood, though less so is to have students focus on word choice and the inferences we can make from individual words. Rewriting sentences with synonyms is a good way to get them in the tonal door, so to speak. This is amazing! I just started teaching graders a bit different from you , but I think some of your resources are really helpful! I am currently teaching creative writing and plan to use this tone and mood page for some additional support when teaching it! Thank you for this!
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If you have a criticism of me personally or professionally and you wish me to take it seriously, please refrain from profanity-laden comments that only make you look like the child you apparently are. I will be glad to discuss any matter with you as an adult. If, however, you prefer to act like a child, I will simply edit out the profanity and let your immaturity shine. If not, what would you consider these adjectives to be? Thank You. Thank you for the help Mr. If not, what would you consider it? Remember: mood is the feeling in the reader.
What piece do you have in mind? Hey this is helpful, but I was wondering how i would be able to convey a tone, or mood, not quite sure which of disgust in a poem Thanks in advance. Word choice is the most logical way to go. Thanks for visiting, though. I found this poster which is also really useful! This is tremendous!
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Love from a fellow English teacher in NV. It appears that, based upon your tone and your reluctance to use standard punctuation and capitalization consistently, you might need some more basic help. Having multiple ways of explaining terms and concepts is so helpful.
This is awesome! Thank you so much Mr. Scott for providing the word document as well as the website. Having a quick go-to resource for differentiating tone and mood words is going to be a huge benefit for my 7th graders. Thank you for sharing this work. It will be useful for my new English class as we explore the Horror genre in our creative writing. And I love the new version of The Shining!
I appreciate you helping to quickly distinguish between terms… as many people have problems with this while reading literature! Thank you so much, Mr. This page was very useful for an article project. I really appreciate it! I teach ESL and this will help my middle school students tremendously!
Thank you for this wonderful website! This can be conceptually difficult to teach, and my students and I really enjoyed beginning our lesson on tone and mood with movies and directorial choices. It definitely made it more concrete, hopefully preventing basic confusion when we analyze complex texts later this week. Thanks again! This was a little confusing…, but after I read it again it made more sense.
Thanks so much! This post is really helpful to improve writing skills and creating a good content. Thanks for sharing a great source of information with us. Scott, I love the videos you shared almost as much as I enjoyed reading your responses to children who are unaware of their digital footprint. I wish I could say that I want those childish comments to cease, but replying to them can be so much fun! OMG this site is amazing would recommend it to anyone, it has helped my 9 year old daughter Kim s much with her homework sometimes, thank you so much.
Hello, my name is Zach, thanks for this, it helped a lot. I hope you have a nice year and beyond. God bless. S: Good job for being cool and kind even when there were rude comments, sadly, there are not a lot of people like you these days. I wish there were. Should the mOod be the same with the tone. In other words if we were asked about the mOod,would the answer be the same with the tone??
For example, one could have a piece that complains about something: the tone could be one of disdain while the end effect might be humorous i. Thanks for creating this website and also providing a word document as well, Mr. I really appreciate it. Also, you are a savage while responding to these rude comments. In other words, you are respectful and are extremely polite and still verbally destroy them! At any rate, thanks again and continue being yourself! Also, I just can not fathom why there are students that come to this ENGLISH website for help and post comments that have not been proofread, improper capitalization, incorrect punctuation, and terrible sentence structure.
If you have the time for it, would you mind answering my question: where do you put the periods and commas when you use parentheses and quotation marks? Thanks again. In regards to your question, it depends on the stylesheet in use. I hope this was an inappropriate comment and nothing more. Thanks dude this was totally useful and it may help me on my benchmark assesment for my freshman year!
Scott, I have moved to teaching 6th grade from 5th and will use your information during my imminent unit on poetry. Thanks for the posting. Your comments on profanity and immaturity are dead on. Scott, love your sense of humour, but most of all the Word doc. Dear Mr. Scott, Thank you very much for this article. Whilst I do understand that this was supposed to be for your students mainly, I appreciate that you made this public, and I am very impressed by your constant replies over the last 7 years on this page alone!
It must be something to think that people have been visiting this site for 7 years. Nostalgia, perhaps, among other things? Whatever the case is, thank you for the constant help to everybody, and I hope that you are able to continue to do this for a long time. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Skip to content. Some of the best examples of this are below. I love the movie trailers! Thanks so much for sharing. Thank you needed to understand for my english essay and my mom didnt have a clue. Centered Around?? Oh I get it wow the enternet make everything easy.
I would appreciate any suggestions you could offer. These are merely meant to be notes from class, not actual first-exposure instructional material. This sucks. It has taken almost ten years to create all of this. I think indifferent works, thank you. Expect your internet privileges to be curtailed shortly. Have a nice day. This was an excellent article in understanding tone and mood in writing. Every buddy hear shood no dat dis websyte is undr inspectshon frum thee F.
And everyone should recognize your comment for what it is based on the spelling. They are indeed difficult to tell apart. Because I try always to reply to comments! Add Frozen as a horror film, my students loved this one. The videos are a great way to demonstrate changes in mood and tone. Thanks, Faithe Bastian. OMG thanks a million. All the info was really helpful. Thanks so much helped me write a memoir with the mood words.