Rooms by Charlotte Mew

Activity 1


  1.  She was Born on November the 15 of 1869Mew’s life was largely unhappy. Two of her brothers died in infancy and another in boyhood, and a brother and sister were committed to mental hospitals at a young age. Mew and her sister Anne vowed to remain childless so as not to transmit what they believed to be a family disorder.She was sexually repressed and poor.She commited suicide on march the  24 of 1928. Her life contributed to her style of writing channeling all her problems in her poems and stories.
  2.  Rooms are described as parts of your life or diffrent memories in your head, like every time you enter to a room you get a diffrent sensation and feeling. Also she describes rooms like oppressive bceause you feel you cant go out from there.
  3. Quotations;
    1. “Rooms where for good or for ill, things died”
    2. “Through every morning we seem to wake and might just as well seem to sleep again”
  4. What the begining  tells us about the tone and voice of the poem is that its extremley melancholi. All throught the poem the voice talks about the past in a sad tone and in a melancholic tone.
  5. The theme is for us the past. The poem talks about how every room makes us remmber our past and makes us sad because it is over. The tone as  we said in question 4 is melancholic and sad.

Activity 2

To se our poster clik here!

Virtual Period: Nervous system : Neurons and synapse

  1.  When the dendriles recieve a signal they go to the axon hilock. If the signal is powerfull it will travel through the axon that can vary of length. Some axsons are so large that they travel throught all the spine and others are shorter. And when the signal reaches the terminal(the bottom part of the neurone) it can go to other cells and it can cause another signal to appear.This is how the shape of a neurone is related to its function.
  2. Picture:


  • Sensory: They take information of what its happening inside and outside the body and take it to the CNS to be processed.
  • Relay: They connect one neurone to another in the CNS. They take information from one neurone and pass it to another neurone.
  • Motor: They get information from other neurons and convey them to the muscles,organs and glands.

3. Video:

Synapse in my own words:

The two neurons give eachother chemical signals by neuro transmiters in the presynaptic nurone.  Receptors in the postsynapyic neurone get this chemical signals and pass it or deactivate it.