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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10

CLASSWORK:

Copy this onto your student page and go exploring (wikipedia may be used AFTER you explore the sources below-only if you wish) as you answer the questions (and learn a little more about the Holy Grail):

 

Go to http://edsitement.neh.gov/printable_lesson_plan.asp?id=450#LESSON1

and http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/FAQ-Arthur.htm [FAQ] and http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/grlmenu.htm [The Holy Grail] to answer the following questions:

 

  1. Who was King Arthur? What was the time frame in which he supposedly lived? What aspects of his existence are real, do you think, and which are legend?
  2. How did Arthur become king?
  3. Is there any historical evidence that he existed?
  4. Do you think he was a real person? Why or why not?
  5. What is the Round Table? What does the Round Table have to do with the Holy Grail?
  6. What is chivalry? What were the ideals of the Knights of the Round Table?
  7. What are different concepts of the Holy Grail that people have help through the ages?
  8. Who is Guinevere?
  9. Who is Merlin?
  10. Find a poem about the Holy Grail. Read it. Put it on your page of the wiki. Summarize it.
  11. Find a painting of the Holy Grail (scroll down on http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/grlmenu.htm to the bottom). Tell us who painted it and when. Comment on the painting. Don't forget to list the URL where you found it.
  12. What else have you found that's interesting?

 

If you have any time left, you may start your homework (see handout).

HOMEWORK:

  • Archetypes handout
  • Work on Quilt Project

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9

CLASSWORK:

  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade to study archetypes and the Hero's Journey

HOMEWORK:

Work on Quilt Project

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 8

CLASSWORK:

  • Finish HERO'S JOURNEY
  • Begin Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade to study archetypes and the Hero's Journey

HOMEWORK:

  • Answer the following question with some Internet research: What is the Holy Grail and the Grail legend?
  • Work on Quilt Project  

 

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5

CLASSWORK:

  • SAT Quiz
  • HERO'S JOURNEY

HOMEWORK:Work on Quilt Project 

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4

CLASSWORK:

  • Finish "Brown Penny" by Yeats

  • Joseph Campbell: THE HERO'S JOURNEY and ARCHETYPES

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HOMEWORK:

  • SAT words for the week (quiz Friday): 56-65, plus LIE and LAY!!! AGAIN!!!
  • Quilt Project: Journal

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3

CLASSWORK:

  • ARCHETYPES-Carl Jung

  •  Sign vs. Symbol vs. Archetype

  • The Circle as Archetype

  • Discussion of project, as needed

  • Joseph Campbell: THE HERO'S JOURNEY

  •  

 

 

HOMEWORK:

  • What are your plans for your Quilt Square? What is your passion? Explain on paper. Due tomorrow (Thursday).

  • SAT words for the week (quiz Friday): 56-65, plus LIE and LAY!!! AGAIN!!!

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2

CLASSWORK:

  • Sign vs. Symbol

  • ARCHETYPES-Carl Jung

  • The Circle as Archetype

  • Circular object with special significance in our culture

  • Introduction of project

  • Joseph Campbell: THE HERO'S JOURNEY

HOMEWORK:

Start your log (journal) about the Quilt Square Project.

  • Answer the questions you can, so far.
  • THIS PART IS DUE WEDNESDAY.

NEW PROJECT: See new folder called "Quilt Square Project." It contains

  • Project Description
  • Rubric

  

MONDAY, DECEMBER 1

CLASSWORK:

  • Introduction to ARCHETYPES

  • Your "Road to Life"

HOMEWORK:

  • Write a paragraph or two on the concepts of SIGN and SYMBOL
  • SAT words for the week (quiz Friday): 56-65, plus LIE and LAY!!! AGAIN!!!

 

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