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hi the assignment is there are 5 module class discussion you have to answer the question and read and watch the videos you must have to answer the question in 3-5 paragraphs Please watch: module 1 Watch Video BBC Ancient Greece The Greatest Show on Earth - Democrats - 1/3 User: n/a - Added: 9/17/13 In this video, Michael Scott (the narrator) believes that Ancient Greek Theatre influences every aspect of our lives. He says that theatre is a “reaction to real events” and “to understand ourselves, is to understand Greek theatre.” Please answer the following questions: What examples or reasons does he give for each of these points (above)? Do you think that Dr. Scott has a point? Do you think that theatre still ahs the power to reflect and shape people’s lives? If so/not, why/why not? Lastly, can you think of any film, play, book or song that has moved you in some way, or taught you something about yourself that you may not have previously known? How and why? (You needn’t be too revealing.) You must answer this question completely (in 3-5 paragraphs) and your answer must be grammatically sound. Please respond to at least one of your colleagues to be eligible for full credit. module 2 Watch Video Professor Edith Hall on Euripides' Medea User: n/a - Added: 10/11/14 AND Watch Video Edith Hall on Euripides User: n/a - Added: 10/11/14 AND Watch Video Medea Part F User: n/a - Added: 2/9/11 Watch Video Medea Part G User: n/a - Added: 2/10/11 Discussion Question: Euripides produced Medea as a response to the uproar of a mistreated foreign woman in 431 BC. This was just as Athens, at the height of its oppressive empire, began its fatal war with Sparta (Aristophanes' Lysistrata is one of few surviving comedies that also deals with the role of women in the wake of the Peloponnesian War--it's worth a read!). Describe the picture that Medea paints of Greek women’s lives. What problems does she identify? What does Medea recommend for women who seek to secure or negotiate a good life? What happens to Medea when she gets her terrible revenge? Does this play inspire "pity [for unmerited suffering] and fear [for the suffering of someone like ourselves]" as Aristotle says tragedy should do? Or does it simply horrify us? What elements of the play do you believe resonate with a modern audience? What did you find relatable? As always, in order to qualify for full credit, answer all of the parts of the question, respond to a colleague, please use specific quotes from the text, and ALSO FIND and USE a secondary source (from a scholarly journal, book, website, etc.) to support your claims. module 4- 'An Inspector Calls' - Character analysis, an investigation. Please watch the following series of videos: Watch Video An Inspector Calls – Episode 2: Arthur Birling User: n/a - Added: 6/10/16 Watch Video An Inspector Calls – Episode 3: Sybil Birling User: n/a - Added: 6/10/16 Watch Video An Inspector Calls – Episode 4: Sheila Birling User: n/a - Added: 6/10/16 Watch Video An Inspector Calls – Episode 5: Gerald Croft User: n/a - Added: 6/10/16 Watch Video An Inspector Calls – Episode 6: Eric Birling User: n/a - Added: 6/10/16 Watch Video An Inspector Calls – Episode 7: Inspector Goole User: n/a - Added: 6/10/16 Watch Video An Inspector Calls – Episode 8: Eva Smith User: n/a - Added: 6/10/16 Discussion Question: Imagine you are the Inspector. How would you rank each character’s level of responsibility? Why? Weigh up each character's responsibility and decide who is more to blame than anyone else. Have you ever felt guilty about the way you've treated someone after considering the consequences? Would you change your initial behavior as a result? Is there one character who is most like you (relatively speaking)? Why? What advice might you offer this character for future situations similar to the one with Eva? As always, please use direct quotes from the text to support your work and please respond to one of your classmates. module 5- In the first few pages of his play Shepard reminds us that, “Everybody sings the blues sometime. And everybody knows the tune.” – Merle Haggard We can all agree that music is an extraordinarily evocative way to gain someone's attention, recreate a mood or feeling, grieve, celebrate, etc. Think about when you're driving in your car and a song comes on from High School... you remember exactly where you were or who you were with and probably even what you were doing, wearing, etc. Like a smell, it is a very powerful way to spark a memory or feeling. My mother often will hear an OLD song and remember these very things from even 50 years ago! I have no doubt we will all be the same someday. Movie soundtracks are often my favorite types of (dare I say) albums because of this—and of course, the film's music or score (if originally composed) is an integral part of the final production and its moods, messages, and meanings. The same goes for theatre of course—it is part of the ever important mise-en-scene--creating yet another tier of meaning in all of the plays we will read and all of the plays that will be written and staged from here to eternity. If we were actually in a classroom together, for each of the plays I would have you compile a soundtrack that you find matches the characters and their rise and falls throughout the play. For example a student sent me the following link as inspired by his reading of "Medea" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pqpq7j3xEw -- This whole video could be inspiration for the mise-en-scene of a new-aged production of Euripides's tragic play. So now, it's your turn ... for this discussion question explore the themes of Fool for Love via the two pieces of music called for in the stage directions: module 6- On the Outside in 'By the Bog of Cats' Define ‘tinker’, do the other people on the ‘Bog’ see Hester’s ‘tinker blood’ as a threat? If so why? And, why is it so important to the play and the play's meaning that she be deemed an Outsider? Relate these ideas of 'outsider' to Euripides’ Medea. What makes a person an outsider in a community? Why do you think people are so afraid of those who appear as if they are outsiders? As always, please use text from the play to help support your ideas. Please respond to at least one of your colleagues in order to qualify for full credit. MPC Merle Haggard’s ‘‘Wake Up’’ Watch Video Merle Haggard - Wake up User: n/a - Added: 11/7/10 And, "I'm the One Who Loves You" Watch Video Remember me (I'm the One Who Loves You) - Merle Haggard User: n/a - Added: 6/24/13 How are they relevant to the story and characters? What 2 other songs might you have chosen to open and close this play, and why? As always, please answer the question and respond to at least one of your colleagues by the close of module.
hi the assignment is there are 5 module class discussion you have to answer the question and read and watch the videos you must have to answer the question in 3-5 paragraphs Please watch: module 1 Watch Video BBC Ancient Greece The Greatest Show on Earth - Democrats - 1/3 User: n/a - Added: 9/17/13 In this video, Michael Scott (the narrator) believes that Ancient Greek Theatre influences
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