Lesson Plan

Storyboard That- Mathers - Antigone

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Monique G.
Media specialist/librarian
Northern High School
Owings, MD
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My Grades 9, 10, 11, 12
Objectives

Students will be able to... create a story board that illustrates examplea of Hubris, Nemesis and Catharsis in Antigone.

Subjects
English Language Arts
text analysis
using supporting evidence
Grades 9 - 12
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1 Antigone: Storyboard That

Hook: Introduce myself using Hubris. "I am the greatest librarian that has ever lived". We discuss Hubris, Catharsis and Nemesis.

Direct Instruction: I show the students my example on storyboard that and discuss some of the things Storyboardthat can do.

Guided Practice:  I walk them through the process of starting an account and showing them the tool and how to use the components.

Independent Practice:  Students create their storyboard and print out.

Wrap Up:  We discuss pros and cons of the tools, whether they would use it again, and what they learned

 

Student Instructions

Student Instructions

Create a storyboard that shows how Antigone can be considered a tragic hero.

A.  Go to Storyboardthat.com

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  1. Identify events of the play or characteristics of Antigone that fit into Aristotelian attributes of a tragic hero.
  2. Illustrate examples for Hubris, Nemesis, and Catharsis.
  3. Write a short description below each cell that specifically relates Antigone as a tragic hero.
  4. Save and submit the assignment.
  1. You will need to choose the storyboard layout “title cell description”
  2. Fill in the top cell with the titles Hubris, Nemesis, and Catharsis and give a brief definition of each in your own words
  3. In the middle cells, illustrate the examples of Hubris etc.
  4. In the bottom cells Write a short description that relates to your illustration.