Remember: HW check (at least one insta post + silhouette + "le mot juste") 3/29
Full project (both parts, completed) due 4/10
FOR PART ONE (the insta project), select the template you want to use below:
Click HERE to open an editable Instagram template in googledocs. Be sure to save each post that you complete, then make a copy of it or download the template again to make another post. Edit the profile picture, profile name, image, caption, hashtags, likes, and comments. Once you're finished, be sure to add a link at the side to give credit for where you got your image.
Click HERE to download an editable Instagram template - it will open in power-point. Edit the profile picture, profile name, image, caption, hashtags, likes, and comments. Once you're finished, be sure to add a link at the bottom to give credit for where you got your image. You can do 3 posts per page... be sure to save your work!!
PRINT OUT & FILL IN
Click HERE to download a printable Instagram template so that you can fill in the template by hand (2 per page).
If you need a reminder of the whole assignment (instagram posts + silhouette & paragraph), see below:
For Friday 3/23,
please read up to line 250 and answer the first 6 guided reading Q's.
For Monday 3/26,
finish reading Book 9 and complete the guided reading questions.
Click HERE if you need a copy of the guided reading questions!
For Monday 3/19,
please read up to line 214 and answer questions 1-3.
For Tuesday 3/20,
please read up to line 441 and answer questions 4-7.
If you need to see the guided reading questions, click HERE.
For Friday 3/16,
please read up to line 397 and answer the 8 guided reading questions.
If you need another copy of the guided reading Q's, click HERE.
For Tuesday, 3/13:
read up to line 202 & answer the first 4 guided reading questions.
For Wednesday, 3/14:
read up to line 468 & make sure you have answered questions 1 - 13.
For Thursday, 3/15:
read the end of Book One and answer the final two guided reading Q's.
If you need a copy of the guided reading questions, click HERE.
* We are reading the Fagles translation of The Iliad
Character - Achilles
- Epic hero
- Son of Peleus (human king) and Thetis (nereid - a sea goddess)
- Almost immortal
- Fiercest warrior
- PROPHECY when born
Context - Trojan War
- Has its origins way back at the WEDDING celebration of Achilles’ parents
- Paris, youngest prince of Troy, son of King Priam & Queen Hecuba
- Helen of Sparta, wife of Menelaus
→ “face that launched a thousand ships”
- Greek forces (Achaean army) led by Agamemnon
- 10 years long!!!!
Homer: Author of The Iliad
- Epic poet (aka a bard)
- ORAL TRADITION of poetry & story-telling… had set structure, meter (rhythm), and phrases
Characteristics of an epic
You already know SOME of the required elements…
… but there are a few more:
Cultural influences in The Iliad
- Xenia code
- Ritual sacrifice
- Burial of the dead
Gods & Heroes - world literature
This course dives into foundational legends and myths from around the world, investigating how societies have used story-telling to shape and transmit their identities and values. We will have the opportunity to do a comparative study of central texts and figures from a variety of ancient civilizations.