- Play the role of a tour guide and describe the Parthenon. Include historical background and location information as well as architectural characteristics. Click the link to view the mouse4 Parthenon Tour Guide Rubric. - Compare the styles of the Archaic and Classical periods of Greek sculpture. Cite specific artworks to help illustrate your comparison. Click the link to view the mouse4 Archaic and Classical Greek Sculpture Rubric. - Much is made of the temples and public buildings of ancient Greece, for good reason. But what were the houses of the average Greek citizen like? You will have to do some outside research for this topic. Include architectural descriptions and historical background information. Click the link to view the mouse4 Ancient Greek Homes Rubric. - Who is Alexander the Great and how did he influence the rise of Hellenism? Include biographical information and specific examples of Hellenistic art and influence.Click the link to view the mouse4 Alexander the Great Rubric. - Name and describe the Greek column orders. Describe each column order in detail. This means the description includes all parts of a column, including the base, shaft, capital, etc. Specific examples of buildings and columns should be included. You should also include information found in the Ten Books of Architecture discussed in Lesson 2 and other outside sources if necessary. Click the link to view the mouse4 Greek Column Orders Rubric. - Describe how the Greek gods and goddess were portrayed in Greek sculpture. Why were they portrayed this way? In what periods of sculpture do they appear? Cite specific works of art to help illustrate your descriptions. Click the link to view the mouse4 Gods and Goddesses in Greek Sculpture Rubric. - Select one of the three famous Hellenistic sculptures discussed in Unit 1 and explain how it exemplifies the Hellenistic style. Click the link to view the mouse4 Hellenistic Sculpture Rubric.
second one essay;
- Write an essay analyzing literary trends
- Analyze the ways in which different stories address the same theme - Synthesize analyses of different stories in one argument about a literary trend - Use writing strategies to generate ideas, plan, organize, evaluate, and revise writing
---> An analytical essay is helpful when a more full understanding of an examined object is needed.
If you were to analyze (discuss and explain) a play, you might analyze the relationship between a subplot and the main plot, or you might analyze the character flaw of the tragic hero by tracing how it is revealed through the acts of the play. Analyzing a short story might include identifying a particular theme
you must choose stories that focus on the relationship between the individual and his or her family or community.
the Crucible info ;
Arthur Miller was an American playwright who was born in 1915. He grew up in New York to a Jewish family. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 1938 where he began to distinguish himself as a playwright. His first plays were Honors at Dawn (1936) and No Villain (1937) which won the University of Michigan Hopwood Awards. His Death of a Salesman won the Pulitzer prize in 1949. Miller wrote The Crucible in 1953 during the McCarthy period when Americans were accusing each other of Pro-Communist beliefs. Many of Miller’s friends were being attacked as communists and in 1956, Miller himself was brought before the House of Un-American Activities Committee where he was found guilty of beliefs in communism. The verdict was reversed in 1957 in an appeals court. Miller married Marylin Monroe in 1956 but divorced her in 1961. The Crucible is set against the backdrop of the mad witch hunts of the Salem witch trials in the late 17th century. It is about a town, after accusations from a few girls, which begins a mad hunt for witches that did not exist. Many townspeople were...