Antigone Quiz + Greek Quiz Re Take
Today, students took the Antigone Quiz on Edmodo and also re took the Greek Quiz.
Modern Day Greek Tragedy
Today we learned our next assignment called "Modern Day Greek Tragedy". Mr. Cooperescue's dived the class into 4 groups.
Antigone Complete/Review Studyguide
We completed reading/acting out Antigone and reviewed for the quiz that will be next Monday (9/30/2019)
We also will retake the Greek Quiz. The higher of the 2 quizzes will be accepted.
Antigone/Notebook Set Up
Today we completed setting up our interactive notebooks, played "Murder Party" and began reading the play Antigone.
Mr. C Returns! Interactive Notebook Set Up
Today, Mr. Cooperescue returned from leave and we performed the Name Game. We then discussed Greek Theatre and began setting up our Interactive Notebook.
Greece: The Birth of Theatre Quiz
Students signed up on www.edmodo.com and took a quiz over Greek Theatre.
Interactive Notebook set up!
Celebrate Mrs. Ferguson!
After the quiz we celebrated our time with Mrs. Ferguson!
Toga Share-out/Oedipus Retelling/Quiz Review
After warmups, we shared out our Toga Designs to class! Each share-out was worth 10 points. The design was to be colored and have 4 images describing yourself.
Groups had 20 minutes to rehearse their Oedipus retelling and we then performed for the class.
We ended class with Trading Card Review! Each student wrote a question and answer on an index card from our Greek Study Guide and we traveled the stage asking/answering questions and trading cards.
Homework: Quiz Next Class!
There will be a quiz NEXT CLASS (Friday, September 7th) over the Greek Study Guide! The quiz will be online in the form of multiple choice, true & false, and matching! Study Study Study!
Bring a notebook to class as we will be setting up our interactive notebook after the quiz!
Oedipus Rex Re-creation Rehearsal
Using your knowledge of the play Oepidus Rex, work in groups to recreate the story in a short skit. Be sure you have a beginning, middle, and end that hits the major plot points. You will have the entire class to create and rehearse. I will give you 10-15 minutes next class to review. We will perform next class (Wednesday September 11th). We will also share out Toga Worksheet that you will complete as homework.
You will also be given a worksheet in class to design a toga to represent YOU as an artist!
Color your toga with a color that describes YOU! (I like purple because it represents Royalty! What does your color mean or represent about you?)
Have at least 4 things that showcases YOU! Include interests, hobby's, fears, loves, dreams, wishes, talents, etc...
We will share our worksheet with the class on Wednesday September 11th as our warm up!
Greece: The Birth of Theatre
Today, we traveled back to where Theatre began! PowerPoint is on it's way! Copy the link below for the Prezi or click the purple button to take you straight there!
Greece: The Birth of Theatre Videos
Refresh yourself on the play Oedipus Rex before next class. Students will be divided into 2 groups and are tasked with recreating the story of Oedipus on Wednesday September 5th.
Below is a Toga worksheet we will discuss next class, that will be assigned for homework
*Toga Week Begins September 5th! If you bring and wear a toga for class during Greek Weeks, you can receive a bonus! Details to come!
Welcome to Class!
I am starting my 7th year at Fayetteville High School!
Teach Theatre I, II, & III
Manage the FHS PAC
Direct Thespian Troupe 717!