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Listen in to Mr. Krake's 4th period class discuss propaganda techniques and logical fallacies like oversimplification and faulty cause and effect reasoning as they relate to politics, media, and George Orwell's 'Animal Farm.'

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Listen in to Mr. Krake's 2nd period class discussion on the use of propaganda techniques like euphemism, ad hominem, glittering generalities, and bandwagon.

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Join the expert soliloquist Austin and Mr. Krake for a very intriguing dialogue about soliloquys. This productions will help give a better grasp on what, why, and when to use a soliloquy as well as a special reading from Shakespeare's Macbeth.

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Recording from an airport in Germany, Travis and Joelle discuss Promptbooks and Macbeth Act 2 Scene 2. A little Gwen Stefani gets us in the mood, and we dive into the motivations and objectives of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth on their crusade of evil.

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We're continuing our way through Macbeth, tackling some different scenes this year, and we'll kick it off with a spirited performance of Act 1 Scene 3... complete with mood music! Perhaps one of our best dramatic performances to date.

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Tune in to a very interesting discussion pertaining to the changing progression of how learning is changing. This segment includes the intellectual genius of Mr. Krake and the keen insight of one of his finest students, Elijah. Together they discuss how learn

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Join Mr. Krake and Daniel as they dialogue about the history of the English language. This Episode is filled with archaic sound bites, new added words to Merrium Webster's Dictionary, interesting history facts, and even an original "origins" game.

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Ballads- You may be wondering what a ballad is... Well, Mr. Krake and Courtney share everything you have ever wanted to know concerning ballads. It's origin, meaning, and evolution. Tune in for a scintillating discussion.

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An insightful, thought-provoking discussion comes to life with the help of our hosts, Mr. Krake and Caroline. Together they lead the audience into a deeper understanding of the Wanderer and its theme, exile. Why is the wanderer in exile? Why is exile a relevant theme back then and today? Listen in and find out!

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Beowulf meets Highschool Musical. There's nothing quite like modern adaptations to get the brain working.

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