Day 3

Medea Lesson Plan

Reading Assignment, Questions, Vocabulary

Read Lines 614-894.

Common Core Objectives

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Note that it is perfectly fine to expand any day’s work into two days depending on the characteristics of the class, particularly if the class will engage in all of the suggested classroom exercises and activities and discuss all of the thought questions.

Content Summary for Teachers

Lines 614-894

Jason blames Medea's "bitter temper" for her actions and demands that she compose herself. He insists that Medea and no one else is to blame for her current situation. Specifically, he means Medea is to blame for her banishment because she...

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