This Antigone unit was created for my AP English Literature course. It is the third play in the Oedipus Cycle by Sophocles, (Translation by Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald ISBN-13: 978-0-15-602764-9) read by my students after they had read Oedipus Rex and Oedipus at Colonus. The shortest play in the cycle, Antigone raises issues of human justice, non-conformity, and morality that still resonate with modern readers. This unit contains study questions for the play and several impromptu writing prompt. The assessments are a quiz and a unit test with thirty multiple choice questions and several different selections of impromptu essay. Keys are included. In order to focus on textual analysis, I ask students to practice a strict essay structure so I have included a handout on essay structure and expectations and an essay template to clarify the structure. Also, I ask students to find and analyze literary criticisms, so I include a sample of the analysis handout I use with assigned literary criticism. To encourage focused formal discussion, I have an assignment I designate “Discussion Tasks,” which asks students to generate focused questions and comments that delve into the characters, themes, and literary techniques of the work, encouraging academic discussion.