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The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they dont have any. Alice Walker Gildo Rey Pen Pals Fifth Period Sixth Period Heather Matt Justin Reo* Emma Matthew Maritza Cierra Jessica Saveal Andrew Sam Cameron Mikaela Chuckie Yahir Chris Trey Kymoni
Angela Kassidy Julia Myra, Jessica Julian Colton Allie, Abby Raelene, Maddy Zephy Adam Raven Ray* Emma M Diana Cheyenne Josie Reagan Darrel Connor Jade, Michael Andy Chelsea Rachael
Nene Ravdeep Samantha Auvionna Madi Cami Troy Danny Matthew Yuna Alexis, Ashley Areli, Alli JennyRose Sarah Zainub Julissa Tyler Josh Regina Madison Lexi Ricky* Ali Connor Hi Honey, Im home Only four words can be spoken: Hi Honey, Im home.
Actors will receive cards with those words and a brief scenario. Each will make an entrance saying only the four words and using appropriate gestures and movements to convey the situation. Actors should be aware of their face. Facials should reflect the emotion of the scenario on the card and wear it during the entrance. Keep your scenarios a secret from other students. You will watch each enactment and try to guess what the scenario is by observing the actors movements and listening to his/her voice. 1.Back on that Springboard grind: get your books, sit with table groups 2.Page 276-278 Tabl 1 Character 2 Character 3 Character e st nd March 20 th rd 1 Creon Antigone Ismene 2 Antigone Ismene Haemon
3 Ismene Haemon Chorus 4 Haemon Chorus Guard 5 Chorus Guard Oediups 6 Guard Oedipus Creon 7 Antigone Oedipus Chorus Todays objectives Apply concepts of justice to a new text Infer motives of characters and predict events of plot
3.Complete the charts for your Zeus Poseidon Heracles Achilles Odysseus The Titans Atlantis Pegasus Saturn Hermione Percy Jackson Todays objectives Plan and deliver a presentation that contextualizes a drama Clarify and identify characters and their relationships Examine performance elements of Greek Four groups one person from each table tragedy March 21 st One category Tragedy, Greek Theater, Sophocles, Antigone & Family One musical production that presents information from pages 279-281 to the rest of the class. Songs may have familiar melody, but must have original lyrics. Songs should have at least two verses and chorus needs to repeat three times. Think about how you are going to perform this for your peers (acapella, instruments, download instrumental), consider all roles Pick a song every one knows well Start needs.with original lyric s and modify them as fits your Performance start Monday. March 25
Todays objectives Plan and deliver a presentation that contextualizes a drama Clarify and identify characters and their relationships Examine performance elements of Greek tragedy Musical Performances Jeopardy Review Jeopardy for fun? Start reading play tomorrow parts preview Todays objectives If you get to a word you dont know, just do your best and keep going. Parts have been assigned, but can be switched if both parties agree. First name is lead reader. Second name is understudy. P5 Identify and apply elements of Greek Theater Analyze character Recognize themes within a text Antigone Allie Ann-tig-o-knee Regan Ismene Cierra
Iss-May-Nay Josie Creon Danny Cree-on Matthew D Eurydice Josie Your-a-duss Angela Haemon Tommy Hey-mon Matthew P Teiresias Sarah Tie-ree-see-us Madison Josh Boy Zanub Tyler Guard Kassidy
Messenger Samantha Attendants Ravdeep Chorus Abby Chorus Leader Justin Colton Lexi Jessica Mikaela March 25th Todays objectives If you get to a word you dont know, just P6 do your best and keep going. Parts have been assigned, but can be switched if both parties agree. First name is lead reader. Second name is understudy. As you read, mark the Identify and apply elements of Greek Theater Analyze character Recognize themes within a text
Antigone Raelene Ann-tig-o-knee Ali Ismene Jessica Iss-May-Nay Alexis Creon Alonso Cree-on Chris Eurydice Myra Your-a-duss Rachael Haemon Hey-mon Matthe w Teiresias Areli Tie-ree-see-us Sam Boy
Andrew Guard Trey Messenger Michael Attendants Madison T Chorus Cami Chorus Leader Emma M Jade Connor W Madison F Adam Chelsea Alli Diana March 25th . , I know that. Now, dear Ismene, my own blood sister,
? What is it? - Look-whats Creon doing with our two brothers? Fold a paper into 8 squares 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Ares p291 Zeus p291 Eros p310 Dionysus p314 Tantalus p311 Persephone p312 Phineus p315 Thebes p287 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Intro http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTIHbqo_ wRw Greek Chorus (Oedipus) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD8rmXw G9ZQ Zero to Hero http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRq7lLaw QB4 National Theater (3:00)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSRLK7So gvE Modern Interp of Chorus http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtcZ7WIs KXs March 25th Sweet treasure p287 Kings Decree p288 Hedge p294 Obdurate p300 Contravene p293 Denigrate p317 Hades p301 & Acheron p310 Strophe, Antistrophe, Epode p290 & 312 WORD Definition Symbol or Picture Todays objectives Register for next years classes Review Greek theater elements Build vocabulary March 31 1. Finish reading Antigone st 2. Creons Changing Character pages 327-329 on vellum paper 3. Antigone in-class write tomorrow 4. Antigone exam (MC, T/F, matching, etc) Wednesday 5. Outside reading journal exchange & conference prep Thursday BRING YOUR BOOK 6. Outside reading conferences Todays objectives Analyze and evaluate major characters development Friday Create masks, an element of ancient
Greek theater Sit with your book group. April 3, 2014 Exchange double entry journals dont respond yet. Well go over roles for tomorrow. Each of you will have a different task. You will move again to a groups with others who have the same task. THIS is when youll respond to the journals. Mini Socratic seminars on your book tomorrow. Discussion Leader: Your job is to develop a list of questions you think your group should discuss about the assigned section of the book. Use your knowledge of levels of questions to create thought-provoking questions that encourage your group to consider many ideas. Help your group explore important ideas and share their reactions. You will be in charge of leading the groups discussion. Diction Detective: Your job is to be carefully examine the diction (word choice) in the novel. Search for words, phrases, and passages that are especially descriptive, powerful, funny, thought-provoking, surprising, or even confusing. List the words or phrases and explain why you selected them. Then, write your thoughts about why the author might have selected these words or phrases. What is the author trying to say? How does the diction help the author achieve his or her purpose? What tone do the words indicate? Bridge Builder: Your job is to build bridges between the events of the book and other people, places, or events in school, the community, or your own life. Look for connections between the text, yourself, other texts, and the world. Also, make connections between what has happened before and what might happen as the narrative continues. Look for the characters internal and external conflicts and the way that these conflicts influence their actions. Reporter: Your job is to identify and report on the key points of the reading. Make a list or write a summary that describes how the writer develops the setting, plot, and characters in a section of the book. Consider how characters interact, major events that occur, and shifts in the setting or the mood that seem significant. Share your report at the start of the conference to help your group focus on key ideas presented in the reading. Like that of a newspaper reporter, your report must be concise, yet thorough. Artist: Your job is to create an illustration related to the reading. It can be a sketch, cartoon, diagram, flow chart, or other depiction. You can choose to illustrate a scene, an idea, a symbol, or a character. Show your illustration to the group without any explanation. Ask each group member to respond, either by making a
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