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Statuto - Pro Loco di Pieve di Compresseto
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updated Aug 22, 2019

Statuto della Pro loco di Pieve di Compresseto

 
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Oral flore
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updated Jun 26, 2017

Oral présentée par :Flore DESTIEULe JournalismeBonjour Mesdames et Messieurs,je me présente : je m’appelle Flore DESTIEU et je suis une élève de 4 Lumière.Le projet que je vais vous présenter concerne le journalisme.Je trouvais que ce sujet me correspond plus que d’autres, donc j’ai préféré le choisir.Les articles que nous avons créés m’ont vraiment inspirée et je me sentais dans mon élément.Tout d’abord, nous avons créé deux articles :• un en Education Civique puis en Français,• on a également pu voir comment présenter un article en Technologie.En ce qui concerne l’Education Civique, nous avons conçu un article sur les médias en abordant un sujet similaire. (Donner article prof).Pour ma part, j’ai choisi le Cyberharcèlement car je trouve que c’est un sujet vaste et complexe qui comporte beaucoup de nuances et sur lequel nous pouvons débattre.Nous nous sommes aussi intéressés à la façon dont un article est composé ainsi que à la façon de le présenter.Un article de presse est toujours structuré de la même façon :• Tout d’abord il y a le chapeau, une phrase assez courte qui accroche.• Ensuite, il y a le corps du texte qui doit comporter : une phrase d’accroche, la règle des 5 W (Who, What, When, Where et Why) pour donner l’essentiel de l’information.• Après on devra mettre des intertitres qui découpent l’article en paragraphe.• A la fin de l’article, il faudra une chute, une conclusion courte qui peut ouvrir l’article sur un autre sujet.Cependant, il faut toujours placer le plus important de l’article au début, c’est la technique de la pyramide inversée.Maintenant, je vais vous parler de ce que l’on a fait en cours de Français. (Donner article prof).Dans cette discipline, nous devions faire un article en groupe sur différents sujets que nous pouvions choisir comme le sport, les arts, le cinéma etc.…Pour celui-ci, j’ai préféré prendre le thème du théâtre et son évolution dans l’histoire.Au cours de ce travail, j’ai expliqué comment le théâtre s’est construit au fil des siècles et à quels moyens on doit son évolution.Avec ce travail, j’ai pu développer ma culture générale en recherchant des idées pour mon article, car j’ai du faire des lectures sur l’évolution du théâtre de l’Antiquité jusqu’au théâtre contemporain et étudier les différentes formes théâtrales. (Comédie, tragédie, etc…)Enfin, pour la technologie nous avons travaillé la présentation d’un article sur différent logiciel comme Publisher.On a appris comment le disposer comme un vraie article de presse et à ne pas faire de fautes grammaticales.Ce qui est important dans un article, c’est l’exactitude de ce qui y est raconté.En effet, un journaliste doit respecter des devoirs comme la vérité, la liberté d’information et le secret de la vie privée.Le journalisme est très important au niveau des médias car il permet d’informer le public de façon à ce que lui même puisse se forger sa propre opinion de manière indépendante, que se soit sur le net, dans des journaux, à la radio ou à la télévision.Pour finir, j’ai choisi le journalisme plutôt que le lyrisme car le journalisme m’intéresse par sa complexité et ses applications concrètes dans la vie de tous les jours.Mon ressentit sur ce projet à était très positif, je me suis même surprise à le trouver divertissant car je me suis beaucoup amusée à rechercher toutes les idées d’articles sur internet et à les présenter sur un ordinateur.Je finis en disant que ce projet m’a vraiment plu et apporté car finalement j’ai beaucoup appris en faisant des recherches sur ce qui me correspond le plus.

 
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I am a peace with thy sleeping bag
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updated Apr 27, 2017

This the real side of my life I'm ,24 years old and live a tent as have no family or can get s job as unwell so  when I'm sad i write   

 
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Inner Light
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updated Apr 10, 2017

I saw her bathing all in nude, Her beauty and the darkness consumed her, Her darkness was shining, But she wasn't afraid, Because she knew who she was. She knew where she wanted to be,  But even as it was crumbling, She saw her fate drowning, Nemesis. In darkness as she tried to breathe. As she tried to survive, to wait it out until the Sunrise. Eating the apple after years of forbidding herself from eating, Gaining that insight, To what she never thought she would know- Pure enlightenment. The Darkness thou doth tempt, Love thy parents, But breaking windows, A&E... Can it all be forgiven? It's not a cry that you hear at night, It's the whisper of gratitude, From all those who have been saved, From inner turmoil, their own darkness Shining.

 
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Pete Doherty; a tribute
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updated Feb 26, 2017

A poem to honour the life of Pete Doherty. Frontman of the Libertines and Babyshambles. A troubled genius 

 
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#9 in Contemporary
Annwn
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updated Jan 14, 2017

Written directly from the cauldron of Annwn, resurrection of the spirits of Sovereign and the King - a story to heal our broken worlds.

 
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Time to prepare for War
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updated Oct 14, 2016

Seven years of failed Foreign Policy and soft National Security has opened the Gates of Hell. War on our own soil is now inevitable. It's not a matter of if, but of when and with whom ? 

 
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PARTING SHOT
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updated Jul 14, 2016

Two frightened men sat facing each other in a cold, dimly lit room. There was no window, and nothing on the walls except the ventilation grills and a grid of TV screens showing neat rows of red and grey human corpses.

 
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#9 in Chick Lit
The Woman with Ambition
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updated Aug 29, 2015

Story of a young girl growing up in patriarchal Nigeria.   

 
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Baby Love
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updated Aug 22, 2019

An unexpected meeting between two disparate souls in a crowded supermarket.

 
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#9 in Literary Fiction
A Road To Walk
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updated Aug 22, 2019

A month has passed and Mom's bruises are healing, but our hearts are still broken, weeping.  Mom makes a joke, saying it's a good thing she is black because bruises aren't as noticeable.

 
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War
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updated Aug 22, 2019

"Then her holy scream.  My sister howls like a wolf at the full moon.  I cannot contain my ecstasy." Two twisted sisters clash in an ancient battle of jealousy and sibling rivalry.

 
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Fish
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updated Aug 22, 2019

A meditation on love.

 
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Office Conduct Becoming
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updated Aug 22, 2019

"Sometimes, it's just easier to keep it professional, Igor.  Nothing ventured, nothing gained."  

 
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#1 in Chick Lit
Stranded
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updated Nov 07, 2014

Lily is stuck. Her job as a solicitor's filing clerk is tedious, her love life is non-existent, she has never met her father (he could be a doctor on a hospital ship) and her only relatives – her artist mother Bella (who is crafty and manipulative) and grandmother Jean (who has Alzheimer’s) – hate each other. Lily isn't sure Bella likes her either. Lily wants to be an actress like her great aunt Joyce. She is aware her life is not progressing but, rather than do something about it, she watches old films and writes lists.  Lily shares her house with  her childhood friend, Brian. When he brings home a bird of paradise, she begins to have dreams. In these dreams she is sitting in a waiting-room holding a bird, next to a person she cannot see.  Though, on the surface, these dreams do not seem frightening, they leave Lily with her heart pounding and a deep sense of loss.  The dreams persist and Lily tries various ways of avoiding sleep, which puts her job and her friendships in jeopardy. Then her mother turns up ...  

 
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#5 in Philosophy
The Sun is Night
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updated Sep 19, 2014

A cadence to another cadence...

 
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#4 in Chick Lit
The Private Ramblings of Chantel (an alias)
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updated Apr 04, 2014

Come on a very tongue-in-cheek journey with Chantel (not her real name) as she bumbles through her rather ridiculous life.   Chantel is a fun,quirky,divorced Mother of two who is far from the bitter and twisted heroine we have come to expect. In fact she is rather good company.   Chantel is the friend you enjoy spending Saturday afternoon with, and always leaves you with a smile.

 
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#6 in Literary Fiction
The Smell of Sweat
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updated Apr 03, 2014

A  troubled young woman tries to scratch an unspeakable itch while visiting an adult video store.

 
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Regina Scully's Scrypt
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updated Dec 12, 2013

To elude feelings of loss and grief the main character has rebuilt her life using, what some may see as, peculiar behaviour

 
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#2 in Gay and Lesbian
Slipstream
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updated Dec 06, 2013

60,000 word literary fiction novella. New Year’s Day in the 1990s. Ellen wakes up with no memories outside a house in Sydney.  Ellen’s housemates are only vaguely familiar; conversations with her reflection, Mackenzie, help her recall details of her life. Events that take place include a picnic in the middle of a highway; the prolonged flooding of Sydney; and the hijacking of a NAVY ship in which Ellen’s pet cat Dave sails away. Ellen’s housemates, Renee and Ness, are in a lesbian relationship. Ness has a sex-change and becomes Nathan. Ellen questions her own sexuality in her attraction to another housemate, Karin. Ellen’s friend Indigo habitually vanishes to a parallel world. Indigo’s boyfriend Lucas, a dentistry student, prescribes drugs when Ellen experiences insomnia and paranoia. Still, Ellen/Mackenzie spirals into psychosis, and the house turns into the site of a chaotic festival. In an attempt to escape her insanity, Ellen decides to swim to the horizon. The cat reappears as a hallucinated pirate, Dave Schrodinger. Indigo eventually rescues Ellen. The housemates are cautious when they are out alone due to reports of a serial rapist. They have no idea he is living in their cellar until he attacks Indigo, and she disappears for good. Mackenzie fades away. Ellen and Lucas find glasses which afford a distorted perspective of the world. Lucas becomes addicted to this magical world view, but Ellen believes it is Indigo’s way of telling them she vanished in time. Whether she did is a case of Schrodinger’s cat.

 
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