Reflection: Student Ownership Greek Theater and Field Trip - Section 3: Choose Your Writing Response

 

When students have completed their writing task, they can now create their own greek theater masks. As students turn in their writing, I hand them a paper plate. On each side of the plate, they will draw an example of the comedy and tragedy mask. They will need to color in the eyes and mouth black so that it looks like it has been cut out. If needed keep an iPad on your desk that has a picture of what they look like so students have an example to walk away with as they start creating their own. This activity is fun and is motivating for students to complete their work. 

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Greek Theater and Field Trip

Unit 19: Ancient Greece
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT practice, demonstrate, observe, and write about a play and how they relate to what we have learned with Ancient Greece.

Big Idea: Greek theater shaped how we enjoy movies and plays. Students are taking a field trip to watch a local high school perform and then they will relate it back to what we learned about historical practices.

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English / Language Arts, Ancient Greece 800 BCE to 30 BCE, Literature, literature (Ancient), Writing Response, field trip response, Greek Theater, history
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