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  • M A T E R I A L S : M I X I T U P C U T O U T S

    C O R N E L L N O T E E X A M P L E S

    Oedipus Rex: Introduction

    Agenda

    Welcome (10 minutes)

    New Policies and Procedures (15)

    Mix it up (10 minutes)

    Cornell Notes (5 minutes)

    Oedipus Notes (15 minutes)

    Picture Quiz (5 minutes)

    Greek Tragedy (20 minutes)

    Blooms Taxonomy (20 minutes)

    Essays (10 minutes)

  • I W I L L W R I T E I N C O R N E L L N O T E S

    I W I L L C R E A T E A S H O R T S T O R Y U S I N G T H E T H R E E U N I T I E S

    I W I L L C R E A T E A G R E E K T R A G E D Y E M P L O Y I N G H A M A R T I A A N D P E R I P E T E I A

    I W I L L C R E A T E L E V E L O N E A N D L E V E L T W O Q U E S T I O N S F R O M B L O O M S T A X O N O M Y .

    Oedipus Rex: Introduction

  • Think, Pair, Share

    Lets talk about Winter Break. Talk to anyone in the room about your winter

    vacation. Any cool family traditions? Any interesting vacation locales? Any awesome stories to share?

  • New Policies and Procedures

  • Buddy System

    The person you are sitting next to is your buddy. In your agenda, write down their:

    Full name Email Home phone Cell phone

    If you are absent, they will collect an extra assignment and make sure it gets to you.

  • Late/Absent Work

    You have until the end of the week to turn in a late assignment or make-up a test If you miss Friday, you have until the end of the day

    The gradebook will be closed on Fridays. Once a 0 is entered, it will stay a 0 until the end of the

    semester.

    You will have a Saturday detention for not turning in a major essay/project/etc. the first day it is due.

  • Extra Credit Project

    One extra credit project will be given at the 15-week. To earn it, you must:

    Have only 3 zeros entered into the gradebook for the entire semester.

    Have completed ALL major essays, projects, tests, etc.

  • Tutoring

    Tutoring is: Friday at 7:00 AM or 3:45 PM. If you do not arrive by 7:05 or 3:50, you will be given a

    Saturday detention. To be on time you must:

    Sit down Take out any current work for English such as flashcards, reading,

    etc. Begin to work silently/independently

    Doctors appointments, dentist appointments, etc. must be scheduled around tutoring.

    If you have adult school, you must reschedule it to Saturdays. See Ms. Perez or Ms. Medina as to how.

  • Vocabulary

    You must have a vocabulary flashcard booklet by next Monday.

    We will put all flashcards in this booklet and keep them together

    Vocabulary is cumulative from last semester, and we will have 3 cumulative vocabulary tests.

  • I W I L L W R I T E I N C O R N E L L N O T E S ( T O H E L P M E S T U D Y A N D B E T T E R U N D E R S T A N D C O N C E P T S )

    Oedipus Rex: Introduction

  • Mix it up!

    Greek Name

    Roman Name

    Attributes Symbol

    Zeus King of the gods, easily angered

    Hera

    Mars

    Aphrodite

    Athena

    Neptune

    Ceres Bundle of grain

    Hephaestus Gods blacksmith, physically ugly

    Artemis

    Hermes

    Apollo Caduceus

  • Mix it up! Greek Name

    Roman Name

    Attributes Symbol

    Zeus Jupiter King of the gods, easily angered Lightning bolt

    Hera Juno Wife of Zeus, easily jealous peacock

    Ares Mars God of war, strong and fearsome Vultures and dogs

    Aphrodite Venus Goddess of love and beauty Water and roses

    Athena Minerva Goddess of wisdom, learning Owl and olive

    Poseidon Neptune God of the sea trident

    Demeter Ceres Goddess of the harvest Bundle of grain

    Hephaestus Vulcan Gods blacksmith, physically ugly Hammer

    Artemis Diana Goddess of the hunt Moon

    Hermes Mercury Messenger of the gods Winged feet

    Apollo Apollo God of music, healing, truth, light Caduceus

  • Name Subject: Cornell Notes

    Date

    Main Point/Idea #1

    Main Point #2 Explanation of main point/idea/details/notes

    More explanation

    Explanation of main point #2 More details on main point #2

    Summary: To be written as homework and checked on a

    weekly basis.

  • Examples:

  • 1. Zeus/Jupiter

    2. Hera/Juno

    3. Ares/Mars.

    4. Aphrodite/Venus

    5. Athena/Minerva

    6. Poseidon/Neptune

    1. King of the gods, easily angered, Lightning bolt

    2. Wife of Zeus, easily jealous, peacock

    3. God of war, strong and fearsome, vultures and dogs

    4. Goddess of love and beauty, Water and roses

    5. Goddess of wisdom and learning, Owl and olive

    6. God of the sea, trident

  • 7. Demeter/Ceres

    8. Hephaestus/Vulcan

    9. Artemis/Diana

    10. Hermes/Mercury

    11. Apollo/Apollo

    7. Goddess of the harvest, Bundle of grain

    8. Gods blacksmith, physically ugly, Hammer

    9. Goddess of the hunt, associated with the marketplace or agora, Moon

    10. Messenger of the gods, Winged feet

    11. God of music, healing, truth, light, Caduceus

  • Sophocles

    Oedipus Rex

    Oedipus

    famous Greek playwright especially well-known for his three plays:

    Oedipus at Colonus, Oedipus Rex, and Antigone 496-406 BCE

    Oedipus comes from Corinth, and is son of King Polybus and Queen Merope

    He leaves Corinth because of a prophecy that he will kill his father and marry his mother

    He journeys to Thebes, and saves the city by answering the sphynxs riddle

    Summary Here

  • Name Oedipus Rex

    January 9/10, 2011

    Sphynxs Riddle

    Thebes

    Jocasta

    Q: What is the creature that walks on four legs in the morning, two legs at noon, and three in the evening?"

    A: man

    For answering the riddle, the sphynx kills herself. Oedipus becomes king of Thebes by marrying the newly widowed queen, Jocasta, as a reward for saving Thebes from the sphynx

  • Name Greek Drama

    January 9/10, 2011

    3 unities

    Greek Tragedy

    Hamartia

    Hubris

    Peripeteia

    Action- one main plot point (no sub-plots) Place- one main space for action (one

    backdrop in a play) Time- action occurs in real time (the 2-3

    hours it takes for a play to start and end)

    A Greek tragedy is a verse drama written in elevated language in which a noble protagonist falls to ruin through a complete reversal of fortune (peripeteia) during a struggle caused by a flaw (hamartia) in his character, such as pride (hubris), or an error in his rulings or judgments.

  • Name Greek Drama

    January 9/10, 2011

    Sophoclean Tragedy

    Hamartia

    Peripeteia

    Catharsis

    It is based on events that already took place. The audience is familiar with these events. The protagonist (main character) is a person of

    noble birth and stature. The protagonist has a weakness (hamartia) and,

    because of it, becomes isolated and suffers a downfall (peripeteia).

    Because the protagonist's fall is not entirely his or her own fault, the audience may end up pitying him or her.

    The fallen protagonist gains self-knowledge. He has a deeper insight into himself and

    understands his weakness. The audience undergoes catharsis, a purging of

    emotions, after experiencing pity, fear, shock and other strong feelings.

    The audience leaves feeling better.

  • Picture Quiz Zeus/Jupiter

    Hera/Juno

    Ares/Mars

    Aphrodite/Venus

    Athena/Minerva

    Poseidon/Neptune

    Demeter/Ceres

    Hephaestus/Vulcan

    Artemis/Diana

    Hermes/

    Mercury

    Apollo/Apollo

    Sophocles

    Oedipus Rex

    Oedipus

    3 unities: action, time, place

    Hamartia

    Hubris

    Peripeteia

    Catharsis

    I am the god of war and military strength.

  • Picture Quiz

    I am the amount of time it takes for the play to happen. I only take a few hours total.

    Zeus/Jupiter

    Hera/Juno

    Ares/Mars

    Aphrodite/Venus

    Athena/Minerva

    Poseidon/Neptune

    Demeter/Ceres

    Hephaestus/Vulcan

    Artemis/Diana

    Hermes/

    Mercury

    Apollo/Apollo

    Sophocles

    Oedipus Rex

    Oedipus

    3 unities: action, time, place

    Hamartia

    Hubris

    Peripeteia

    Catharsis

  • Picture Quiz

    My symbol is the caduceus. I am the god of light and healing. I have an oracle at Delphi who makes prophecies.

    Zeus/Jupiter

    Hera/Juno

    Ares/Mars

    Aphrodite/Venus

    Athena/Minerva

    Poseidon/Neptune

    Demeter/Ceres

    Hephaestus/Vulcan

    Artemis/Diana

    Hermes/

    Mercury

    Apollo/Apollo

    Sophocles

    Oedipus Rex

    Oedipus

    3 unities: action, time, place

    Hamartia

    Hubris

    Peripeteia

    Catharsis

  • Picture Quiz

    I am the goddess of intelligence, wisdom, and military strategy.

    Zeus/Jupiter

    Hera/Juno

    Ares/Mars

    Aphrodite/Venus

    Athena/Minerva

    Poseidon/Neptune

    Demeter/Ceres

    Hephaestus/Vulcan

    Artemis/Diana

    Hermes/

    Mercury

    Apollo/Apollo

    Sophocles

    Oedipus Rex

    Oedipus

    3 unities: action, time, place

    Hamartia

    Hubris

    Peripeteia

    Catharsis

  • Picture Quiz