Modern Day Greek Tragedy Rehearsal 2
Today groups finalized and worked on their performance. We reviewed rubrics for the final performance.
ALL GROUPS PERFORM NEXT CLASS! (October 2nd)
Bring ALL PROPS AND COSTUMES!
Modern Day Greek Tragedy Rehearsal 1
Scripts due for Modern Day Greek Tragedy. Today groups blocked and worked on their performance.
Actors took the test over Antigone on edmodo. Groups worked on finalizing scripts for Modern Day Greek Tragedy Project.
Scripts due NEXT Class (9/26/2017)
Memorization of scripts due next thursday (9/28/17)
Modern Day Greek Tragedy Performances Monday 10/1/17
Actors were placed into groups of 2-3 and assigned a part of antigone to summarize. We reviewed the parts of a Greek play and played "Trading Cards" to review Antigone. Each group submited their questions/answers to create a study guide.
Antigone Test NEXT class (9/21/2017)
Use study guide above to study!
Modern Day Greek Tragedy
Today, the class was split into two groups and assigned the task to write and perform a modern day high school greek tragedy. See attached Rubic.
Today we began reading Sophocles' Antigone
Toga Party/Oedipus Rex/Review
Today we shared our Toga's that described ourselves, created a skit that told the story of Oedipus Rex, and received an outline for Greece: The Birth of Theatre.
Study the given outline over Greece: The Birth of Theatre.
There will be a TEST on MONDAY September 11th! (NEXT CLASS!)
Please be able to identify the parts of a Greek theatre, along with understanding of how theatre was created and who influenced it.
Use both the outline and Prezi in the previous blog to gain understanding.
Greece: The Birth of Theatre
Click Below for a link to the prezi over Greek Theatre:
Design your toga worksheet to represent YOU as an artist!
Color your toga with a color that describes YOU!
Have at least 4 things that showcases YOU! Include interests, hobby's, fears, loves, dreams, wishes, talents, etc...
Share worksheet with the class on Thursday.
*Bonus if you actually create and bring in a real toga!
Refresh yourself on the play Oedipus Rex before next class. Students were divided into 2 groups and are tasked with recreating the story of Oedipus next class. You will have the first half of class to prepare and the second half to present.