Are you ready for a little musical interlude?
- RL.9-10.7. Analyze the representation of a subject or a key scene in two different artistic mediums, including what is emphasized or absent in each treatment (e.g., Auden’s “Musée des Beaux Arts” and Breughel’s Landscape with the Fall of Icarus).
Learning Target: Students will review the meanings of the various sins Dante chose to punish in the Inferno.
Activator: Think of a song that represents Hell to you….. What circle? Let’s see the ones I came up with 🙂
Your test is TOMORROW!!!! So today we are going to do a little review game, where I play a song and you match the song to the circle of Hell. A couple things to remember:
- I do not care about you knowing exactly what circle is what sin.
- I care that you know what the sins ARE – not you can list them, but you know what the words MEAN.
- I care that you understand the law of symbolic retribution (the punishment fits the crime).
- I do not care if you memorize what Dante’s punishments are for each individual sin.
- I do not care if you memorize the orders of the circles.
- I DO care if you know the difference in greed and gluttony, in wrath and violence, in lust and betrayal.
In other words, I don’t want you to MEMORIZE the text, but I DO want you to understand it. Capisce?
Excellent 🙂 Let’s listen to some music!
After we finish listening to these 9 songs, I want you to flip your sheet over. On the back is a place for you to come up with your own 9 songs for the inferno. Warning: Fraud is kind of hard to find!
Enjoy! I may use these songs later on, so put some effort into this!!!
Differentiation: Learning style (visual, auditory); interest (musical genres).
Assessment: Worksheets will be checked for completion and understanding (answers could vary).