Your students have read the Greek tragedies--Oedipus, Antigone, or both--now what??
Have your students apply what they have learned about Greek tragedy by writing their own tragedies, creating Greek drama masks, and presenting their story. This engaging activity can be used after the study of ANY Greek tragedy (it is not specific to Oedipus or Antigone).
Differentiation is built into the activity by allowing students to work individually, with a partner, or in a group of three. Advanced students can write longer stories if further differentiation is needed.
This activity includes:
- Direction sheet with suggested guidelines
- Planning worksheet for students to brainstorm and outline ideas
- Rubric (100 points)