Start your unit plan on Oedipus Rex or Antigone by taking your students on a photographic field trip to Athens, Greece through this 32-slide PowerPoint presentation. Featuring personal pictures from Athens, this presentation is the perfect introduction to studying ancient Greek theatre.
Topics covered in the presentation include:
• Who was Dionysius?
• Parts of the theatre
• Theater Dionysius
• Greek festivals
• Origins of Greek drama
• Role of the chorus
• Aristotle's definition of tragedy
• Aristotle's notes on tragic hero
• Greek theatre conventions
• Sophocles' legacy
• and much more!
Your purchase gets you the presentation in both PPT and PDF forms. The PPT is not editable, but there is a bonus blank slide formatted like the others so you can add additional information if needed for your students.
This resource is INCLUDED in my Oedipus bundle:
Oedipus Rex Unit Bundle: Worksheets, Activities, Task Cards, Projects
Teaching Greek Mythology? Check out my research charts for the Olympian Gods.
Greek Mythology Research Activity Charts, Worksheets
Teaching Oedipus? Check out these task cards:
Oedipus Rex Task Cards: Discussion Questions, Quizzes, Bell-Ringers
Oedipus Rex and Antigone Twitter-Style Activity: Bell-Ringers, Task Cards
Check out my other introductory PowerPoint for teaching Shakespeare, also featuring personal pictures from London and Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Shakespeare Introductory PowerPoint with Discussion Questions