Presentation on theme: "Literary Terms Open Notability or any other whiteboard app. You have thirty seconds to write the term on your blank page. Everyone must participate."— Presentation transcript:
Literary Terms Open Notability or any other whiteboard app. You have thirty seconds to write the term on your blank page. Everyone must participate or you will lose your monthly reward. The Word Wall is your word bank today. Feel free to take a picture of it and paste the picture into your Notability slide.
An error in judgment or a weakness in character, such as pride or arrogance – helps bring about the hero’s downfall.
The Five Chivalric Traits Courage Honesty Loyalty Generosity Kindness
Rough Draft of Extended Response Open Notability, Pages or just get out a piece of paper. Write 4-5 sentences for both of the following questions in preparation for your test. -Who deserves the ultimate blame for the tragic events at the end of Antigone? Make an argument that either Creon, Antigone, or the Gods are to blame for the tragic nature of this play. Reference one specific moment/choice in the play as evidence for your argument. -What is the most important theme of Antigone? What moral do you think the play most wants to teach its audience? Provide an example (summary of a moment or dialogue) as evidence for your argument.
Considering the reading selections from L’Morte d’Arthur, what makes a king or a knight worthy of their position? In your response, think about the actual qualifications in the stories that make a man worthy of power or position. Some of the men are not always chivalric, yet they still have a high position in England. Is it character or birth that is more important? Use one specific character as your main example in this 4-5 sentence response.