Fate of Oedipus T-Chart - Choices and Consequences
Uppdaterad: 8/6/2018
Fate of Oedipus T-Chart - Choices and Consequences
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cause and effect Lesson Plans

Undervisning Orsak och Effekt

Rebecca Ray

En stor del av historien är de orsak och effektrelationer som uppstår, särskilt under konflikten och stigande åtgärder. Vare sig att undersöka effekterna på huvudpersonen eller på själva plottet är ett viktigt inslag i litteraturförståelsen sambandet mellan handlingar eller händelser och deras resultat, inklusive val och konsekvenser.

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Fate of Oedipus T-Chart - Choices and Consequences (for character development)

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  • King Laius tries to dispose of Oedipus once he hears the prophecy.
  • The servant he sent to abandon Oedipus could not do it. Instead, he was given to a passing herdsman, and was eventually adopted by the King and Queen of Corinth.
  • Oedipus hears a rumor that he might be adopted, so he goes to Delphi to find out. The oracle only tells him​ that he will kill his father and marry his mother.
  • Not knowing the truth, and still believing the King and Queen of Corinth to be his real parents, he leaves the city. At a crossroads, he meets King Laius. The two quarrel, and Oedipus kills him.
  • Oedipus arrives in Thebes to find it being terrorized by the Sphynx. It will only leave after its riddle is answered. Oedipus accepts the challenge, answers it correctly, and saves Thebes.
  • Finding that the Queen of Thebes, Jocasta, was recently widowed, Oedipus marries her to solidify his new leadership.