August 19

Honors World Literature August 22-26

Honors World Literature                            August 22-26

 

Planning Your Week:

Sun 8/21—Complete 45 minutes practice on Membean

M 8/22—Oedipus performances begin; bring masks and any props or “costume” pieces you would like to use.

 

*Vocab. Study Plan: Complete Membean practice in 15 minute increments or less.

 

Monday, August 22

LG: Participate effectively in collaborative discussion and enhance presentations with digital media.

  1. Perform Oedipus Rex.
  2. Complete peer evaluations and self-reflections of performances.

 

Tuesday, August 23

LG: Apply skills for close reading, gathering evidence, and making inferences to passages.

  1. Finish group performances, peer evaluations and self-reflections.
  2. View Greek urns; choose one and compose a narrative based on the pictures, including imagery to enhance the narrative.
  3. Illustrate an urn to demonstrate analysis of imagery within the text.
  • Select a scene from Oedipus to represent artistically on your urn.
  • Draw the scene, rooting your artistic rendering in the text-based descriptions. Place the text evidence that supports your depiction on the space around your urn; make sure to use lead-ins with your quotes to provide context. Analyze the significance of the imagery, layering commentary with your quotes.

 

Wednesday, August 24

LG: Apply skills for close reading, gathering evidence, and making inferences to passages.

  1. PSAT: Mini quiz on verbals; review dangling elements
  2. Writer’s workshop—analyze Oedipus as an archetype for the tragic hero or scapegoat.

 

Thursday, August 25

LG: Apply skills for close reading, gathering evidence, and making inferences to poems.

  1. Analyze fragments of Saphho’s poems; using images from Greek paintings, sculptures, and artifacts, pair Sappho’s fragments of poetry into strophic and antistrophic pairings. Consider elements of poetry such as structure, imagery, sound devices to make meaning.
  2. Compose a response to the open-ended prompt (2003 AP Lit).

 

Friday, August 25

LG: Apply skills for close reading, gathering evidence, and making inferences to poems.

  1. Read/analyze “Ode to a Grecian Urn”; use TPFASSTT model and compose a theme statement.


Posted August 19, 2016 by Rachael Sanford in category Honors World Literature

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