Three To's and an Oi Discussion Questions

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Find two different translations of Aeschylus's play Agamemnon and point out five or more differences in the translations. For each, write a paragraph explaining which you think is more appropriate and why.

Do a search of news stories from the past year. Compile cases in which the word “Cassandra” has been used to refer to a person whose truthful predictions have been ignored. On the basis of your findings, nominate a figure in the news who you think will be the next Cassandra.

Child development experts differ in their opinions of how language develops in babies. Form teams to debate two theories about when infant language begins to take on meaning.

The last two words of “Three To's and an Oi,” veyz mir, are Yiddish words that are presented without translation. Look for poems that use words or phrases from other languages...

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