Antigone. Protagonist & Antagonist and Summary. F.L.T. Today, I will be able to… examine the protagonists and antagonists of the drama learn to use the skill of summarizing develop the selective vocabulary so that I can gain deeper insight into the drama. .
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Antigone Protagonist & Antagonist and Summary
F.L.T Today, I will be able to… • examine the protagonists and antagonists of the drama • learn to use the skill of summarizing • develop the selective vocabulary • so that I can gain deeper insight into the drama.
Literary Analysis: Protagonist and Antagonist • protagonist: the _______ character (hero/heroine). • antagonist: the character who is in ___________ with the protagonist (villain). main conflict
Reading Skill: Summary Definition: a __________ statement of the main ideas and events in a work. • To summarize, pause occasionally to ________ what you have read, using only the most important information. • Summarizing helps improve your understanding of a literary work. short retell
Literary Analysis Activity • Identify the actions and language that make the following character either protagonist or antagonist. • Batman vs. Joker • Spider man vs. ____________ • ______________ vs. Mr. Crabs • Wilderness Explorer Russel vs. __________ • _____________ vs. ____________ (your turn) Green Goblin/Dr. Octopus SpongeBob Carl
Vocabulary Create a self-awareness chart
Sated (adj.) We were sated after our lunch.
Sententiously (adv.) I told him I felt ill, and he answered sententiously, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”
deflects (v.) He deflects his opponent’s blows by blocking with his forearm.
edict (adj.) At the press conference, the mayor gave his edict about stray animals.
brazen (adj.) There was chocolate all over her mouth, but she told a brazen lie about the cookies.
waver (v.) He dipped his toe into the icy water and began to waver about diving in.