Current Morning Lesson Block: Comedy and Tragedy

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Assignments—Week of 9/15

Monday, September 15, 2014

Monday--Read Act 3, scene 1 (Use study guides to test comprehension); Draw, color, and label a model of the Globe for your block book.

As always, review your daily notes and pull out important points and questions for tomorrow's review.

Tuesday--Read Act 4.  Finish reading the lines from Act 3, scene 2 that you were assigned today and be...

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Assignments—Week of 9/8

Monday, September 8, 2014

Monday--Complete the handout "Aristotle on Tragedy" for class tomorrow.  *Please note--this is a change from the homework calendar.  You do not need to find examples to support your thesis tonight.

Tuesday--Study for the quiz tomorrow over ancient Greek theater and Oedipus the King.  Write a thesis statement for your essay and find at...

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Comedy and Tragedy - Course Description

Friday, August 22, 2014

In the first Humanities block of the school year, students will travel to ancient Greece, Elizabethan England, and twentieth century America to trace the history of theater from its origins to its place in contemporary society.  They will study three plays: Oedipus Rex by Sophocles, A Midsummer NIght's Dream by William Shakespeare, and The...

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