2.5 Introducing Pygmalion. You will need the following: SSR Book Composition Book Pygmalion Please turn off and put away electronic devices. 2.5 Introducing Pygmalion. SSR Read a book of your choosing silently for fifteen minutes. 2.5 Introducing Pygmalion. Objective:
2.5 Introducing Pygmalion You will need the following: SSR Book Composition Book Pygmalion Please turn off and put away electronic devices.
2.5 Introducing Pygmalion SSR Read a book of your choosing silently for fifteen minutes.
2.5 Introducing Pygmalion Objective: • I will compare and analyze similarities and differences in two texts. • I will examine how an archetype pattern is conveyed in different texts.
2.5 Introducing Pygmalion • Read Ovid’s Pygmalion myth. • Identify the characters of the archetype. • Draft a summary of the myth in your composition book.
2.5 Introducing Pygmalion • Summarize the story of Pinocchio. • How is Pinocchio similar to Pygmalion?
2.5 Introducing Pygmalion Create a graphic organizer that illustrates how Pinocchio fits or departs from the Pygmalion myth. Be sure to include the ending. As we read Act I and the entire play, consider how the characters fit into the Pygmalion archetype.
2.5 Introducing Pygmalion 1) Respond in your composition book to each of the questions. 2) Discuss your findings with the class. • Why does the myth permeate world cultures? In other words, why is this myth of transformation present in so many cultures? • What is it in human nature that inspires in us a desire to create life?