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Unit 3 Part 2 (January 2014). Mrs. Gehrt. Monday 1/6/14 & Tuesday 1/7/14. Snow Days: No School. Wednesday 1/8/14. Activities. Objective. Students will… Read and analyze the text Summarize what they read in their Reading Log. Review of classroom expectations Preview of the Book Fair

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Unit 3 Part 2 (January 2014)

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Unit 3 part 2 january 2014

Unit 3Part 2 (January 2014)

Mrs. Gehrt


Monday 1 6 14 tuesday 1 7 14

Monday 1/6/14 & Tuesday 1/7/14

Snow Days: No School


Wednesday 1 8 14

Wednesday 1/8/14

Activities

Objective

Students will…

Read and analyze the text

Summarize what they read in their Reading Log

  • Review of classroom expectations

  • Preview of the Book Fair

  • Independent Reading


Thursday 1 9 14

Thursday 1/9/14

Activities

Objective

Students will…

Summarize the events of the play

Transfer information into their own words

  • Antigone: Review

    • Alphaboxes

    • Literary Elements Scavenger Hunt


Literary elements

Literary Elements

  • Mood: The mood or feeling of a certain point in the play

  • Figurative Language: Word or phrase that describes one thing in terms of another and that is not meant to be understood on a literal level. Simile: My heart is like a singing bird. Metaphor: Life is but a walking shadow. Personification: Death had reared himself a throne.

  • Symbolism: Person, place, thing, or event that stands for both itself and for something beyond itself.

  • Theme: The central idea or insight revealed by a work of literature.

  • Irony: Contrast between expectation and reality. Verbal Irony: saying one thing and meaning the opposite. Situational Irony: what actually happens is the opposite of what is expected. Dramatic Irony: when the reader knows something that a character does not know.


Friday 1 10 14

Friday 1/10/14

Activities

Objective

Students will…

Read and analyze the play

Analyze elements of drama

Understand and use figurative language

  • Scene 3 & Ode 3

  • Words to Own (packet page 14)

  • Match each word to own with its correct etymology

  • Graphic Organizer (packet page 17)

  • Figurative Language: Write a sentence or two describing each character with a figurative comparison.


Unit 3 part 2 january 2014

Figurative Language: Word or phrase that describes one thing in terms of another and that is not meant to be understood on a literal level. Simile: My heart is like a singing bird. Metaphor: Life is but a walking shadow. Personification: Death had reared himself a throne.


Scene 3 4

Scene 3 & 4

Parts

Questions

Page 722: Questions 1, 3, 5, 6 & 8

Page 727: Reading Check & Questions 4, 5 & 6

  • Creon

  • Haimon

  • Antigone

  • Chorus/Choragos

Each group member must write an answer to a question.


Week of 1 13 14

Week of 1/13/14

  • Monday: Independent Reading

  • Tuesday: Antigone (need textbook)

  • Wednesday: Early Release; Independent Reading

  • Thursday: Antigone (need textbook)

  • Friday: Antigone (need textbook)

  • No School Monday 1/20; MLK Day


Monday 1 13 14

Monday 1/13/14

Activities

Objective

Students will…

Read and analyze the text

Complete the activity

  • Book Fair Blue Packet

  • Independent Reading


Tuesday 1 14 14

Tuesday 1/14/14

Activities

Objective

Students will…

Read and analyze the play

Analyze elements of drama

Summarize the events of Scene 3

Lists causes and effects

  • Scene 3, 4 & 5

  • Making Meanings (textbook page 722)

  • Write a note to a friend explaining the events in Scene 3. Be sure to include the causes of the events and their effects or results.

  • Page 722: Questions 1, 3, 5, 6 & 8

  • Page 727: Reading Check & Questions 4, 5 & 6


Scene 3 41

Scene 3 & 4

Parts

Questions

Page 722: Questions 1, 3, 5, 6 & 8

Page 727: Reading Check & Questions 4, 5 & 6

  • Creon

  • Haimon

  • Antigone

  • Chorus/Choragos

Each group member must write an answer to a question.


Wednesday 1 15 14

Wednesday 1/15/14

Activities

Objective

Students will…

Read and analyze the text

Complete the activity

  • ER

  • Independent Reading


Thursday 1 16 14

Thursday 1/16/14

Activities

Objective

Students will…

Summarize the event of the play by using pictures and words

  • Test (open book/notes)

  • Draw pictures and use captions to illustrate what happened in each section of the play.


Unit 3 part 2 january 2014

REQUIREMENTS

-Title of play & author's name

-Your name

-6 sections labeled

-Draw a picture

-Write a caption (1 sentence; must be original)

-Color


Friday 1 17 14

Friday 1/17/14

Activities

Objective

Students will…

Compare and contrast the story of Oedipus/Antigone to Hercules

  • Hercules

  • Venn Diagram


Venn diagram

Venn Diagram

Hercules

Oedipus


  • Login