AP* Literature Teaching Units
Reproducible curriculum unit
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By the end of this unit, students will be able to: evaluate a Greek Tragedy with consideration of its historic context and the theatrical conventions of ancient Greece; analyze the characterization and motivations of the protagonist according to the definition of a tragic figure; discuss the dramatic development of the play in terms of prologue, parados, episode, stasimon, kommos, and exodos; examine the use of verbal and dramatic irony in the play; explore how pathos and other techniques Euripides uses evoke emotions in the audience; and analyze feminist and anti-classicist themes in the work. 67 pages. ©2009.
This title is part of the series: AP* LITERATURE TEACHING UNITS