Archetypes, Motifs, and Plot in Drama (English II Reading)

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The second interactive in a series of 10 introduces young scholars to character archetypes, archetypal plot patterns, and archetypal motifs, including the use of color. Learners read passages explaining the term and study examples from ancient myths and popular culture. (Think Star Wars.) They then use the provided graphic organizer to create archetypal characters, plots, and motifs.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas
  • The unit may be used for remote or in-person learning
  • If all learners have out-of-class access, assign the interactives as homework
  • Ask savvy scholars to identify the allusion in the Luke Skywalker poster
Classroom Considerations
  • Designed for high school sophomores but appropriate for all high schoolers
  • The 10 interactives in the unit are designed to be used in order
  • Learners require access to devices with internet
  • Interactive exercises check for understanding
  • None
Common Core