Lesson Plans
World Literature 4th Q 13.14 Lesson Plans
Week: 04/14/2014 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
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Monday:
The Illiad--final test; type paragraph responses

Oedipus the King--Fate vs. Free Will: are we in charge or is our life planned out, the search for truth: good idea? dramatic irony

Greek theater--intro video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSRLK7SogvE); note characteristics

Sophocles--read 429, what are the big ideas; read 432, what are the big ideas; read handout, what are the big ideas

Tuesday:
Oedipus the King--review readings' big ideas: Sophocles 496-406, lived at the height of . . ., complicated the sets, won tragedy competition prizes; delivered at Dionysus fest; strophe and antistrophe create tension, serves as conscience and as voice of people, tragic flaw is personality flaw that prevents . . . the end is acceptance events and responsibility

read part one, respond: Interpreting 2 (w), 4 (w), 5 (list the references), 7 (s)

Wednesday:
Seniors on Sr. Class trip

Greek architecture from the Classical period

Oedipus the King--review questions; read part 2, respond: Interpreting 4 (p), analyzing 1 (p)

Thursday:
Seniors on Sr. Class trip

Oedipus the King--review questions; quiz on play

Friday:
No school--Spring break

 
 
 
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