Lesson Plans
World Literature 4th Q 13.14 Lesson Plans
Week: 04/07/2014 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
Epic simile--definition, example, writing using Homer's form: "Hank was tired, as when a racehorse, sweaty and breathing hard, is led back to the stable for a rest, some sweet hay, and a handful of apple from a respectful stable hand. Use the poem as a prompt; use the narrative voice or a voice from a character, but make the epic simile follow the situation/personality of the speaker: example

Dramatic irony--review definition; verbal irony definition

The Illiad--read Book 22: Hektor's death, questions

The Illiad--review Book 22, review questions

"The True Story of Troy"--video

"The True Story of Troy"--video

The Illiad--Book 24: read, questions; paper options: interpretation/analysis: 7,8, Thinking and Writing

The Illiad--review for final; thesis statement

Essay structure; evaluation criteria

The Illiad--final; essay: drafting, draft due Monday