4. Make two sets similar to the following: Claim: Creon is paranoid. Support: “from the very beginning there have been those who have whispered together, stiff necked anarchists, putting their heads together scheming against me in alleys” Woven: Creon’s paranoia is evident because he thinks “from the very beginning [people] have schemed against [him] in back alleys” when he has no real proof (I, 112-115).
1. Discussion of "keep" as "maintain" not "hold on to"
2. Journal on what it takes to keep the peace (1/2 page).
3. Induction and deduction definitions
4. 2 pictures: Operation Crossroads and the perfect American family ala 1950
5 observations and 1 claim for each.
discussed the power of the ideal--and the inherent lie. There is no such thing as the perfect family.
5. Discussion of Creon's speech.
Ultimatums must keep within power boundies unless they are bluffs.
Power falls if the bluff gets called.
Creon is the king of the living not the dead.
He ties his power to the ultimatum (mistake).
6. Read the rest of scene 1
Make 5 observations and 1 claim concerning the action in the scene.