Lesson Plans
World Literature 4th Q 13.14 Lesson Plans
Week: 03/17/2014 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
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Monday:
Epic literature--definition, examples

Epic simile--definition, example

Epic Hero Cycle--definitions/phases; exercise--invent an epic; the elements of the epic hero cycle worksheet (due after reading Gilgamesh

The Epic of Gilgamesh--read the prologue and The Coming of Enkidu, spell/vocab; questions

Tuesday:
The Epic of Gilgamesh--review questions; what Gilgamesh's problem is, what makes Enkidu human; read The Forest Journey to p. 77 middle, questions

Type paragraphs



Wednesday:
The Epic of Gilgamesh--review The Forest Journey to p. 77 middle; read to the end of The Forest Journey, questions; filling out the Epic Hero Cycle handout; locate details related to one of (due Friday): the story of the tablets' reappearance, Gilgamesh the historical figure: his life and times and activities, the people before the Sumerians, the people after the Sumerians; read the Gilgamesh picture-book trilogy (first book), note major differences

Thursday:
The Epic of Gilgamesh--read the rest of The Forest Journey, questions; finish notes/details on issues from Wednesday; read the Gilgamesh picture-book trilogy (second book), note major differences

Friday:
The Epic of Gilgamesh--review the last part of The Forest Journey

Spring play--class ends 1:50


 
 
 
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