Storyboard That- Mathers - Antigone
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
Create a storyboard that shows how Antigone can be considered a tragic hero.
A. Go to Storyboardthat.com
Click my account
Click I’m a new user
Click the “terms and conditions
Click Office 365 and fill in your student log-in info
- Identify events of the play or characteristics of Antigone that fit into Aristotelian attributes of a tragic hero.
- Illustrate examples for Hubris, Nemesis, and Catharsis.
- Write a short description below each cell that specifically relates Antigone as a tragic hero.
- Save and submit the assignment.
- You will need to choose the storyboard layout “title cell description”
- Fill in the top cell with the titles Hubris, Nemesis, and Catharsis and give a brief definition of each in your own words
- In the middle cells, illustrate the examples of Hubris etc.
- In the bottom cells Write a short description that relates to your illustration.