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What are the five turning points of the novel and how do they explore the novel's purpose? A great task which gets students out of their seats, working collectively and presenting.
2. Status and Power
A Blooms ICT task which utilizes Survey Monkey. Students explore this thematic pairing of status and power. This worksheet includes both individual and group analysis and contains a certain level of inquiry learning, especially if students are familiar with Survey Monkey as they can begin to play around with what type of survey they would like to create. The two essay questions can be differentiated to suit a range of needs within the classroom.
3. 'Time' From a Spatial Point of View
One of our Teachaid favourite worksheets! using Prezi.com students can create their own presentations on how time is viewed spatially in the novel. A perfect high end Blooms task to challenge all students.
The world of Priam is opened up - both physically and emotionally. Students complete a mind map before tackling some extended paragraph styled questions (which can be used for differentiation).
5. Journalism 101
Calling all journalists! There's something big on the horizon and we're talking sand and sandals on an epic scale!! An excellent resource for differentiation, students work in groups and take on a different character each with one journalist per group to collate their story. In terms of character perspective you can't get much closer to the source. And you heard it here first!
6. The Rise and Fall of Priam
A game which students create and share with their peers about Priam's emotional and physical journey to find a sense of identity. Great for differentiation.
7. Change and Chance
This thematic worksheet explores the power of making just one change. This is explored in the lives of Priam and Achilles.
'Ransom' suggests that revenge could be a character in its own right. If this is the case evaluate whether revenge would be a protagonist or antagonist.