This is a kinesthetic activity that helps students understand the motivations of the various characters in the play Antigone. This product comprises a full lesson on the topic. Students can begin by discussing what motivates them, then these concepts can be applied to the play Antigone, to make the content relevant to their lives. The first page is a blank graphic organizer, with four quadrants, each labeled with a motivation. The next page contains quotations from various characters in the play. Students can be tasked with cutting out the quotes and pasting them in the appropriate quadrants. The lesson can be differentiated by asking higher level students to find their own quotations from each character in the play. Last, students are asked to identify the primary motivation for each character. Finally, there is a writing prompt that asks students to identify which motivation they believe to be the strongest. This lesson is common core aligned, supports a variety of learning styles, and can be easily adapted to your individual classroom or students. Great as a formative assessment on Antigone or for a unit on Greek Mythology. This printable handout can be used in the classroom or as a homework assignment.