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OCC GATE Workshop   part 1 archetypes 2010 OCC GATE Workshop part 1 archetypes 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • ARCHETYPES
  • ARCHETYPES
  • STANDARDS
    • Lit. Response & Analysis 3.5
    • Compare works that express a UNIVERSAL THEME and…
    • Provide evidence to support ideas expressed in literature
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  • STANDARDS
    • Lit. Response & Analysis 3.6
    • Analyze the way in which authors… have used archetypes drawn from myth and tradition in literature, film, political, and religious writings.
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  • ARCHETYPES DEFINED
    • PAGE 2
    • FRAYER MODEL
  • CONCEPT ATTAINMENT:
    • UNDERSTAND ARCHETYPES
    • DEFINITION
  • ARCHETYPES
    • basic model from which copies are made
    • synonym: prototype, template
  • VARIATIONS
    • SYMBOLS
    • MICROCOSM / MACROCOSM
  • ARCHETYPES
    • Typical, ideal, or classic example of something
    • Something that served as the model or pattern
  • ARCHETYPES
    • An image or symbol that is used repeatedly in art or literature
  • ARCHETYPES: ORIGINS
    • JUNGIAN psychology, inherited memory represented in the mind by a universal symbol that is observed in dreams & myths
  • BASIS OF ARCHETYPES ...
    • fundamental facts of human existence
      • birth, death, growing up, love, family/tribal life
      • struggles in relationships (parent-children, sibling rivalry)
  • CONCEPT ATTAINMENT:
    • UNDERSTAND ARCHETYPES
    • ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS
  • KEY CHARACTERISTICS
    • transcends time, place, culture
    • projects people’s hopes, fears, values
  • TYPES OF ARCHETYPES
    • Character
    • Situational
    • Symbolic
  • CONCEPT ATTAINMENT:
    • UNDERSTAND ARCHETYPES
    • EXAMPLES
  • ARCHETYPAL SYMBOLS
    • LIGHT-DARKNESS
        • FIRE
        • SIGHT-BLINDNESS
    • WATER-DESERT- RIVERS
        • HEAVEN-HELL
  • SITUATIONAL ARCHETYPES
    • QUEST
    • INITIATION
      • RITES OF PASSAGE
    • FALL
      • LOSS OF INNOCENCE
    • DEATH & REBIRTH
  • CHARACTER TYPES
    • Rebel/Outcast
    • Womanizer--Cheater
    • Hero--Villain
    • Underdog
    • Scapegoat
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  • GUIDED PRACTICE WHAT ARCHETYPES [SYMBOLS, SITUATIONS, CHARACTERS] DO YOU SEE TODAY IN LITERATURE AND FILM?