Medea - Citing Evidence/ Whose Side Are you On? Jason's or Medea's?

Medea - Citing Evidence/ Whose Side Are you On? Jason's or Medea's?
Medea - Citing Evidence/ Whose Side Are you On? Jason's or Medea's?
Medea - Citing Evidence/ Whose Side Are you On? Jason's or Medea's?
Medea - Citing Evidence/ Whose Side Are you On? Jason's or Medea's?
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I have students first gather evidence while working in groups from the play. Each group represents the divorce attorney of either Jason or Medea and then they present their evidence about who should get custody of the children. We do this activity after reading the section where Medea first confronts Jason. We then connect this to discussion about how men and women communicate the issues with the communication style of these characters as it relates to gender expectations and the patriarchal society of ancient Greece.

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