Make an outfit from clothes (preferably old clothes if you have to cut them) that matches the style of what a person during Aristotle's time might have worn. Make sure to get permission from your parents before you alter (cut, paint, etc) any of the clothes.
The Poet in You
Find a newspaper clipping that interests you and write a short tragedy based on it. Share both with the class.
Choose a partner from your class. Each pair should select a short scene from Homer's work and perform it in front of the class.
With a partner, develop a poetic scene that uses the method of recognition. Both of you perform it in front of the class.
Select a poem, analyze it and share with the class why or why not Aristotle would consider it a strong piece of work.
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