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    Week of December 10th-UPDATED Week of December 10th-UPDATED Presentation Transcript

    • Week of Monday, December 10 th Mrs. Navejar
    • Literacy for Your Future
      • Read- 30 minutes
      • Write a book log
        • Date
        • Title of book
        • Your name
        • Characters
        • Action
        • Page number
    • Reader’s Log/ Antigone December 10 th - page 770
      • Connect- Is it ever ok to go against the state for a higher purpose?
      • Background- Read paragraph and write down one important sentence.
      • Literary analysis- define both terms
      • Reading strategy-
      • Immersed in words chart-
    • Literacy for your future
      • Think of a person who tells really good stories in your family.
        • What makes the stories good?
        • What makes the stories funny?
        • What are the stories about?
          • Family history
      • What makes a good story teller?
      • What are the qualities of a good story?
      • Why is storytelling important?
    • Read Aloud
      • I will read the first read aloud
        • Listen to how I read it
        • How does the voice affect the way the story sounds to the listener?
          • Monotone
          • Lively
          • Pausing at the right moment
      • Complete the cloze activity
      • Work together
    • The Masks of Ancient Greek Theater
      • Read handout on “The Masks of Ancient Greek Theater”
      • Edit handout
    • Elements of Greek theater
      • Religious festival to celebrate Dionysus
      • Actors
      • Masks- comedy and tragedy
      • Costumes did many things. They showed whether the actor was:
        • male
        • female
        • rich
        • poor
        • priest
        • or any other occupations
    • Dionysius/ Διόνυσος
      • The Greek god of wine , represents not only the intoxicating power of wine, but also its social and beneficial influences. He was also known as Bacchus and the frenzy he induces, bakcheia . Bacchus is "manifestly non-Greek," Burkert asserts (1985:163). He is the patron deity of agriculture and the theatre .
    • Images of Dionysius/ Διόνυσος
    • Elements of Greek Theater
      • The Chorus
      • The chorus was one of the most important components of the play. It narrates and reflects on the action. Without them, the audience would have no background information, and the play would be more confusing.
    • Create an advertisement for Antigone
      • Why create an ad without words?
        • Do you think the majority of the ancient Greeks knew how to read?
        • How did they know when an event was going to happen?
    • Example of an Ancient Greek ad
      • What do you think the images of the foot and women might signify?
    • Create an Advertisement For  
      • Materials
        • Paper
        • Pencil
        • Colored pencils and markers
      • Your ad will contain the elements of Greek theater
        • Dionysus
        • Actors
        • Masks
        • A foot
        • The Chorus
        • A picture of a Greek theater
        • Antigone’s problem
          • Antigone
          • Polynieces (dead)
          • Creon- The king who said that
          • Antigone can’t bury her brother
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    • Read Antigone/ 
      • Plot Overview
      • The Chorus introduces the players. Antigone is the girl who will rise up alone and die young. Haemon, Antigone's dashing fiancé, chats with Ismene , her beautiful sister. Though one would have expected Haemon to go for Ismene, he inexplicably proposed to Antigone on the night of a ball.
      • Creon is king of Thebes , bound to the duties of rule. Next to the sisters' sits the Nurse and Queen Eurydice. Eurydice will knit until the time comes for her to go to her room and die. Finally three Guards play cards, indifferent to the tragedy before them.
    • Plot overview
      • The Chorus recounts the events leading to Antigone's tragedy. Oedipus , Antigone
      • and Ismene's father, had two sons, Eteocles and Polynices .
      • Upon Oedipus' death, it was agreed that each would take the throne from one year to the next. After the first year, however, Eteocles, the elder, refused to step down.
      • Polynices and six foreign princes marched on Thebes. All were defeated. The brothers killed each other in a duel, making Creon king. Creon ordered Eteocles buried in honor and left Polynices to rot on the pain of death.
    • Ancient Greek Burial Rituals
      • The Greeks believed that at the moment of death the psyche , or spirit of the dead, left the body as a little breath or puff of wind.
      • The deceased was then prepared for burial according to the time-honored rituals.
      • Ancient literary sources emphasize the necessity of a proper burial and refer to the omission of burial rites as an insult to human dignity ( Iliad , 23.71).
      • Relatives of the deceased, primarily women, conducted the elaborate burial rituals that were customarily of three parts:
      • the prothesis (laying out of the body),
      • the ekphora (funeral procession), and the interment of the body or cremated remains of the deceased.
      • After being washed and anointed with oil, the body was dressed and placed on a high bed within the house.
      • During the prothesis , relatives and friends came to mourn and pay their respects.
      • How is this ritual different/similar to our own burial rituals?
    • Natural Law vs. State Law
      • Should Antigone disobey the king and bury her brother?
      • Natural Law- Antigone’s brother should be buried because that’s her brother.
      • State Law- Antigone should obey the king because it’s bad to go against the state. What if everyone did that?
    • Review and assess
      • Page 787
        • 1, 3a, 4a & b, 6a &b and 7
      • Page 788
        • Literary analysis- 1, 2 and 3
        • Reading Strategy- 7, 8, and 9
      • Page 809
        • 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6
      • Page 810
        • Greek Root- ~chor~
        • Grammar Lesson
    • Literacy for your future
      • Read for 30 minutes
      • Presentations
      • Transition to Latin American Studies
        • Everyone pick up a handout
        • Setting the stage
    • Setting the Stage
      • Erase your white board
      • Write down the following words on your white board
      Racism Ode Immigrant Mariachi Metaphor Native tongue Public language La migra Latino/latino Migrant worker Assimilation Anglo Barrio Group 4 Group 3 Group 2 Group 1
    • Setting the Stage
      • Group work
        • Within your group, you will:
          • Look up and define your words
          • Discuss how these words are used
          • Where do you see these words being used?
        • Share your words with the rest of the class
        • Discuss
      • Individual work
        • Create a word log in your notebook
        • Write down all of the words and define them
    • Read Alouds/ Read & Quick Write about one of the read Alouds
      • Read Aloud 1- Identify the most descriptive phrase or sentences. What images stand out to you and why?
      • Read Aloud 2- What does the author mean by a “public language?” Is there a “correct” way to speak?
      • Read Aloud 3- Have you ever felt like people sold you short, had low expectations of you, or judged you unfairly?
    • Centuries of critics and readers have debated who the tragic character is in Antigone —the title character or Creon. Which one do you believe is the tragic character ? In an essay, state your opinion and support it with reasonable evidence from the play .
      • Introduction-3 points
        • Student introduces the title, author and states who they believe is the tragic character in the play
      • Topic sentence- 4 points
        • 1 st reason to support your opinion from the play
        • Evidence
      • Topic sentence- 4 points
        • 2 nd reason to support your opinion from the play
        • Evidence
      • Essay structure- 4 points
        • Student clearly and effectively states opinion
        • Student indents paragraph to indicate a new paragraph