Antigone - Ms. Christina Baumeister

Antigone - Ms. Christina Baumeister

Antigone English 10 Antigone Day 2: Sit in your Sticker Groups SWBAT: Understand the importance of vocabulary and complete a vocabulary assignment after they complete an ACT cold read assessment. Vocab Cold Read

Reflection: What was the best/worst part about vocab? Summary Antigone Vocabulary 1. Anarchist 2. Auspicious 3. Contempt 4. Defile 5. Impassively

6. Insolence 7. Lamentation 8. Perverse 9. Reverence 10. Sate 11. Sententiously 12. Transgress Antigone Day 3: Sit with your Color Groups

SWBAT: Students will understand the basis of Greek theatre. Crash Course Greek Theatre RS: Outline Classical Greek Drama pgs 958, 964-965 in note book (20 Facts) LS: Reflection: How excited are you to read Antigone? What was the most interesting thing that you learned about when you took notes about Greek Theater? Summary The story of Oedipus

http://youtu.be/Cj7R36s4dbM Antigone Day 1: Sit in your Color Groups SWBAT: Discover the story of Oedipus through a Breakout Edu game. RS: List 10 things that you learned about Oedipus. LS Reflection: What was your favorite part of the game? What did you learn about Oedipus? Antigone day 4: Sit in your Number

Groups SWBAT: Read and interpret Antigone Journal Read Antigone and take notes on RS LS: Reflection: How did you feel about Ismene and Antigones relationship? Who do you think is the stronger person? Do you think that Antigone loves her brother more? Why/Not? Journal #1 What is your ultimate loyalty? Do you feel more loyal to your friends

or your family? To yourself or your country? Which of these gets your greatest loyalty? Prologue 1st Antigone Ismene Chorus Choragus (chorus leader)

3rd 4th 7th Scene 1 1st Choragus

Creon Sentry Chorus 3rd 4th 7th

Antigone Day 5: Sit in your Sticker Groups SWBAT: debate the challenges of family relationships. RS: Notes from Antigone LS: Reflection: Do you agree with Creon or Antigone more about whether or not they should bury Polyneices? Why does Antigone have such a hard time with Creons attitude towards her brother (his nephew)? Scene 2

1st Choragus Creon Sentry Chorus Antigone Ismene 3rd

4th 7th Antigone Day 6: Sit in your sticker groups SWBAT: understand scene 3-4 Reflection: Do you think that Creon is right to use Antigone as an example for breaking the law? What is more important the law or love?

Summary Scene 3 1st Choragus Creon Haemon Chorus 3rd

4th 7th Scene 4 1st Choragus Antigone Chorus

Creon 3rd 4th 7th Antigone Day 6: Sit in your Color Groups

SWBAT: understand that all actions have consequences. Finish Antigone RS: Antigone notes LS: Reflection: What is more important being wise or being proud? What can we learn from Creons reaction to the tragedy at the end of the play? Did Creon deserve his fate? Scene 5 1st Tiresias

Creon Choragus Chorus 3rd 4th 7th

Scene 6 1st Messenger Choragus Eurydice Creon 3rd

4th 7th Antigone Day 7: Sit in any seat SWBAT: demonstrate their understanding of Antigone by taking an exam. Test No reflection/Summary/ToC

Antigone Day 8: Sit with your Number Groups SWBAT: Demonstrate their understanding of Antigone by composing an essay. Copy Outline into Notes Reflection: How has your confidence increased with this essay compared to the last essay? Topic or Main Idea

1st Idea or Reason 2nd Idea or Reason 3rd Idea or Reason Thesis: Main idea plus three reasons (Dont forget to introduce book and author) Introduction:

Hook (Attention Getter) plus 3 or more sentences to explain hook and connect to the idea of your essay Thesis: Copy from your last section Topic Sentence with Transition (Ex: The first reason why is because .) Introduce and explain topic of paragraph with general examples from the book Quote with signal phrase before (Susie said, (cite 22).) and citation afterward Explain what the quote means

Analyze (This is important because) Connect back to thesis and paragraph topic Conclusion topic sentence (sum up the main idea that the reader should now understand) Remind the reader about the three points that you already discussed. Do not repeat or copy them Frame your paper: go back to your hook and connect this sentence to it using the ideas from your paper as well. EX: if you had an interesting fact as your hook or a profound statement, explain again why that fact or statement

applied to your paper and how it was important. Archetypes Refer to the pink handout and choose the one that fits your character the best. Antigone Themes The tension between individual action and fate Power corrupts and blinds humans Women who behave outside of societys norms are not accepted in

society Because of fate, characters cannot be fully responsible for their actions Being stubborn, and not listening to other ideas, leads to tragedy The choice of loyalty between family and country Antigone Day 9/10: Sit in your Sticker Groups SWBAT: Utilize their outlines to formulate a rough draft. Essay work time

Reflection: How successful do you feel regarding to your essay at this point? What do you need help with? What are you planning to do to get the help that you need? Antigone Day 11: Sit in your Color Groups SWBAT: Peer revise their essays RS: Five things that you need to work on for your final draft LS: What is the value of peer revision? What were some of the good things and bad things that you noticed as you read essays today?

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