Pre-Reading Questions: (choose one and respond with at least three full thoughts/sentences) What exposure have you had to ancient and early modern plays to this point in your education? How have you responded to this exposure? What challenges might arise as you try to engage with older works of drama? How might you head off these challenges before or while reading? How has your study and reading cycle gone so far this semester? What might you change or improve?
What habit have you developed that will help you succeed? During Reading Questions: Pick three of the five literary elements from your moment of theory listed below, give one example, and explain how it works in that piece of literature. Dialogue Personification Theme Message Archetype/Stock Character Post-Reading Questions: (choose one and respond with at least three full thoughts/sentences) Give an example of an everyman figure in popular culture. Be specific explain how they fit the definition of a stock character. Write at least three sentences.
Do you believe that theater, musicals, and opera should be taught in literature courses? Consider the works that we reviewed this unit and argue for a certain side (note: yes, you can disagree with me). Focus on one of the supplementary videos or websites presented in the Instructor Notes. Review the material and explain, in at least three sentences, how the resource helped you understand the literary work better. Or, how might this resource help other students understand the literary work better?