Presentation on theme: "January 5, 2010—Happy New Year!! Objectives (What am I learning?) What our procedures are What is mythology and why do we read it? Activity (How am."— Presentation transcript:
January 5, 2010—Happy New Year!! Objectives (What am I learning?) What our procedures are What is mythology and why do we read it? Activity (How am I learning it?) After a reteach of classroom expectations, complete quiz and After “What’s Key?”, work with a shoulder partner to complete “Everything Classical Mythology” Task. Turn this in as you exit.
Wednesday, January 6, 2009 Objectives – What are we learning today? 1. What are our classroom procedures? (review)? 2. What is a myth? Why are we studying it? 3. Who are the major Greek and Roman gods? Activity – How are we learning this? 1. Role play and quiz 2. Finish task from yesterday 3. Complete “Chart of the gods”.
Thursday, January 7 Objectives – What are we learning today? 1. What’s a myth and why we study them? (A Review) 2. What’s an archetype? 3. The major Greek and Roman gods Activity – How are we learning this? 1. Share answers from our Mythology page 2. Take notes and discuss What’s A Myth PowerPoint 3. Complete Greek and Roman Gods Chart
Friday, January 8, 2010 Objectives – What are we learning today? Why are we studying mythology again? Who are the Greek and Roman gods? What is an epic? Who is Homer and why is he important? Activity -- How are we learning this? Completing the Chart of the gods and reading Chapter 3 of Everything Classical Mythology Review PowerPoint (Epic) and Who is Homer?
Monday, January 11 Objective – what am I learning today? 1. Evaluate the role of the hero and archetypes in the epic Activity – How am I doing this? 1. Complete “The Hero” Writing Task 2. Read “Tell The Story” and “Calypso: the Sweet Nymph”. Annotate for setting, actions of the hero, archetypes, figurative language
Tuesday, January 12 OBJECTIVE -- What are we learning? 1. How to analyze the archetypes in classical literature. 2. How classical and mythic literature influences literature from the 20 th and 21 st century ACTIVITY – How am I learning this? 1. View segment from “Troy” (Tell the Story”); Read “Calypso” pages 890-893 and complete Reflective Journal.
Tuesday January 12 (6 th & 7 th period) Question of the day-- What character archetype are you most like? Why? Use your notes from “The Myth, The Hero and The Epic” PowerPoint presentation if you need help.
Wednesday, January 13, 2009 What am I learning today? (Objective) I am reviewing what symbolism is and looking for examples it in classical literature. How am I learning it? (Activity) I am reviewing the definition of symbol I am reading “Cyclops”— p. 899-909 and completing the Reflection journal
Thursday, January 14 What am I learning? How diction (word choice) and imagery (controlling images, figurative language, understatement, overstatement, irony) impact The Odyssey’s form. How am I learning it? I’m reading “The Beggar and the Faithful Dog” (p.932) and “Death at the Palace” (p. 941)
Friday, January 15, 2010 What are we learning? (Objective) Assessment– we are taking an OER test. Activity 1. OER test 2. Turn in Response Journals
Tuesday, January 19 Do not copy today’s objective. Take out your literature book and writing utensil. Sit quietly. What are we learning today (Objective)? How modern film is impacted by classical literature. Activity – How are we learning this? Watch “The Odyssey” (film adaptation) complete review guide Review map and summary assignment
Wednesday, January 20 What are we learning today (Objective)? What are we learning today (Objective)? How modern film is impacted by classical literature. Activity – How are we learning this? Watch “The Odyssey” (film adaptation) complete viewing guide Review map and summary assignment
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