- 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: I will learn about circle 3, then I will analyze design choices of an artist’s interpretation of the 9 circles of Hell as characters, understanding what the artist chose to emphasize in their treatment of Dante’s work.
Opening Session: Daily video! You know I can’t let you get away without watching ThugNotes!
Work Session: Welcome to Circle 3: GLUTTONY!
Today we are going to read a Sparknotes Summary of circle 3, canto VI. This particular circle isn’t in our book, so we’re turning to some outside sources for it. After we finish the discussion of the circle, you’ll do your collaborative poster project activity for the day, and then…. dundunDUN! We have a VIDEO!
This is an episode of the TV show Face Off, which is on Syfy, and it’s all about movie makeups. In this challenge, the contestants had to make characters inspired by Dante’s Inferno, which I think you will appreciate 🙂
After we watch the video, we will end class with this prompt: The guy that went home on Face Off. What did he do wrong? If you had his assignment in the challenge, how would you interpret it and what would you create? Be creative, feel free to draw a picture!
Closing Session: Ticket out the door: Poster project activity (see Monday’s post…or the sheet I gave you… you know, the one you kept in your binder, right? yeah that one…)
Assessment: Prompt responses will be graded; TOTDs will be graded at the end of the unit.
Differentiation: Process (student choice in poster activity); Product (various media of responses to prompt).