Focus: What are our big "take-away's" from Oedipus Rex?
1. Warming up with a "wrap-up"
2. Finalizing your big question and setting up your blog (click HERE for a sample blog, and if I may, I recommend Mike's for specificity and Paul's for voice); please give me your blog URLs.
3. Developing your big question post for Oedipus Rex
a. Remember that you don't have to have all the answers; feel free to wander in and out of the realm of questions.
b. Your voice doesn't need to be formal; you can say "I" and "we" if you'd like.
c. Refer to the text specifically and frequently, examining precise moments and lines (you did this beautifully in Socratic yesterday)
4. Offering you East of Eden; please click HERE for the bookmark-shaped reading schedule
1. Start reading East of Eden, keeping in mind that most people need about 50 pages before they get really into this book (reading schedule linked HERE).
2. Finish your big question post on Oedipus before Tuesday.