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Stage 2 Classical Studies 1 2 3 4 5 6 NextGreek Tragedy Oedipus RexAfter completing Aristophanes Comedy Lysistrata we have over the pastfew lessons read through Oedipus Rex For this assignment we will Sophoclesconsider the following question .
Why do the stylistic features inOedipus Rex define it as a Tragedy At the end of this assignment all of us will Understand the structure of a Greek Tragedy Identify the stylistic features of Greek Tragedy.
Identify Tragic stylistic features in reference to the textof Oedipus Rex Feel confident in our knowledge of the text Most of us will Compare and contrast stylistic features of Tragedy to.
those of ComediesSome of us could Stipulate and appreciate critique the stylistic differencesbetween Classical Greek playwrightsCourtesy of Wikimedia Commons Retrieved 13 November 2012 http .
upload wikimedia org wikipedia... These materials are 2012 Christopher Bartlett Flinders University all rights reserved Defining structure and Style 1 2 3 4 5 6 NextTo help us achieve the goals for this assignment please access thefollowing websites .
Reconstruction of the Theatre of Dionysis AthensStructure of Tragedy Here orFeatures of tragedy Here orWhile reading them take down notes of all terms you think areimportant to Greek Tragedy.
Also refer back to Oedipus Rex Our textbook is the E F WatlingCourtesy of nrares Retrieved 13 November 2012 fromtranslation available from the library Photopedia http i images cdn fotopedia co... 3295054303 hd World Heritage S... Sophocles 1968 The Theban Plays E F Watling Trans Southern Europe Greece Acropol... .
Harmondsworth England Penguin Books Theatre of Dionysus jpgOnce you have read the passage from Oedipus Rex pleasecontinue to the next slide These materials are 2012 Christopher Bartlett Flinders University all rights reserved Organising the Information 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next.
With the information you accessed on the previous slide please answer questions on thisworksheet There are three parts to this worksheet The first part will ask you to define terms relating to the stylistic features of Greek Theatre The second part will ask you to state the structure of a Tragedy .
Finally the third part will ask you to apply this information Oedipus Rex Once you have completed the worksheet please progress to the next slide These materials are 2012 Christopher Bartlett Flinders University all rights reserved Putting it all Together 1 2 3 4 5 6 NextNow we are able to identify the structure and stylistic features of Greek.
Tragedies your assessment task is to respond to one of the followingquestions referencing line numbers in Oedipus Rex when needed 1 With either Oedipus Jocasta or Creon discuss how one of theOdysseus listening to the riddles put to him by the Sphinx characters is portrayed Do they adhere to social structures of AncientGreece What kind of stylistic techniques are used to form their.
character 2 Examine role of the chorus in the play What role does it perform How does the chorus aid in creating the atmosphere of the play 3 Central to the Greek Tragedy is the Anagnorisis or the discovery ofthe tragic hero s downfall Identify when this occurs in Oedipus Rex.
and how Sophocles depicts it using stylistic techniques This response must be written in proper academic style This means youradhesion to proper language conventions proper spelling paragraphs clarity of writing style appropriate referencing andunderstanding of the text will be marked .
Your response is to be 700 words long 10 produced on Word andbe double spaced in a size 12 font You will be marked by this rubric Courtesy of nick in exsilio Retrieved 13 November 2012 from Flickrhttp www flickr com photos pel... These materials are 2012 Christopher Bartlett Flinders University all rights reserved .
What s Next 1 2 3 4 5 6 NextOedipus and the Sphinx depicted by Jean Auguste Dominique IngresOnce you have completed the assessment task pleaseconsider and complete the following activities .
1 Watch the trailer and the whole film if able to access of this adaptation of Oedipus Rex by Pier Paolo Pasolini Oedipu Re http www youtube com watch v o... Consider how the original text would be performed .
Does this rendition consider the traditional structures ofGreek Theatre Why why not 2 Access this website With each definition find anexample of a line in the play which correlates 3 Reconsider the techniques of Greek Comedy in.
Aristophanes Lysistrata Compare and contrast theCourtesy of Wikimedia Commons Retrieved 13 November 2012 http upload wikimedia org wiki... stylistic techniques of both types of play taking note of Oedipus and the Sphinx Walter... any differences in style and or structure .
These materials are 2012 Christopher Bartlett Flinders University all rights reserved 1 2 3 4 5 66 Teacher Support MaterialsCapabilities met in this task SACSA Framework Outcomes Senior Years.
Societies and Cultures KC1 KC2 KC6National Curriculum General CapabilitiesLiteracy Text Knowledge word knowledge comprehending textsNumeracy Recognising and using patterns and relationshipsICT Creating with ICT communicating with ICT.
Critical and Creative Thinking Inquiring Analysing synthesisingand evaluating informationEthical behaviour Exploring values rights and principlesIntercultural Understanding Recognising Reflecting RespectResources needed .
Computer and Internet Access Rubric and Worksheet Sophocles 1968 The Theban Plays E F Watling Trans Harmondsworth England Penguin Books These materials are 2012 Christopher Bartlett Flinders University all rights reserved .
Our textbook is the E.F Watling translation, available from the library: Sophocles (1968). The Theban Plays (E.F Watling, Trans.), Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books. Once you have read the passage from Oedipus Rex, please continue to the next slide.

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