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Objective : Identify and analyze characteristic of a
Greek tragedy by taking notes on guided questions.
Set up for Cornell notes and use pages 958, 964,965 to answer the questions.
1. What are the characteristics of a Greek Tragedy?
2. What is the central belief and explain it?
3. What is the origin of a Greek drama?
4. Describe the Greek theater?
5. Describe the actors?
6. Describe the chorus?
7. How did Aristotle define tragedy?
8. What are myths?
9. What are legends?
Write down the following questions in your
notes from yesterday
 Who was the theater built for, and what was
its purpose?
 How many people could the theater hold?
 Why is the sound so clear in this Greek
Obj: Identify characteristic of a tragedy and how they
connect in the series by filling out a flow map
On your handout, write the objective
Objective: Identify all three types of irony
used in text and evaluate its effectiveness
 Use your glossary to write down the definitions of all types of irony.
 Verbal Irony
 Situational Irony –
 Dramatic Irony
Scene 1
Scene 2
Scene 4
Scene 5
Label Plot Part under each
box ( ex. Exposition)
Scene 3
Answer the questions in your bellwork
 So far, what is the mood of the play?
Explain it.
 How has Creon become the king of
 Whom does Creon refuse to bury?
 How has Creon already set the tragedy
in motion?
Bell Work: Monday 11/16/11
 On page 991, Haemon compares his father to trees that
bend and trees that are torn up during floods, what is he
trying to demonstrate with this comparison? Explain!
 How does the sea imagery used in the first verse of Ode 2
(Page 997) convey the idea that Antigone is doomed?
 In scene 4 (page 994), Antigone states the following (line
8), “Goodbye to the sun who shines for me no longer; now
sleepy death.” and (line 34) “You have passed beyond
human daring and have come at last into a place of stone
where justice sits.”
Identify the personification and state its meaning.
Antigone movie