Magneto comics (for students reading Magneto Testament)

Here are the X-Men comics featuring Magneto (Max) that you should look at once you’re done reading Magneto Testament.

Classic X-Men Vol. 1 #12 (1987)

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Classic X-Men Vol. 1 #19 (1988)

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Uncanny X-Men #150 (1981)

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Superhero class 9/3 – Beowulf classwork/homework

Hi juniors and seniors,

Here’s the 50 lines or so of Beowulf I’d like you to look at if you didn’t finish the work in class on Friday. The PDF is below. You’re looking at lines 311 – 352. (Beowulf’s speech to King Hrothgar.)

Here’s the text: Beowulf pdf

Answer these two questions:

  1. How does Beowulf’s last line “Fate goes as fate must” (352) exemplify the cultural mythology of the time and place of the poem?
  2. Write down two examples of Beowulf’s heroism (cite evidence)

Superheroes, 8/28 Homework

Hi everyone,

I hope the rest of your first day went well! For tonight, answer the two questions at the bottom of the archetype checklist from class today:

  1. Think about the popularity and longevity (or “staying power”) of the hero you and your partner chose. Which archetypes checked off from the list do you think most contribute to your hero’s longevity and why?
  2. What parts of this hero tap into a type of “cultural mythology,” as Grant Morrison put it. In other words, why do we as Americans, or specifically you as a teenager in America, identify with this hero?

Superheroes – Milgram Obedience Experiment

Today we talked about Stanley Milgram’s experiment on human obedience. Here’s the video we watched:

Tomorrow we’re going to start a few days of close reading and writing. You’ll finish with an essay but the goal is to do it in class to alleviate some homework stress. Seniors, since I have a feeling I won’t see you tomorrow, read this for Monday: Milgram. Highlight anything that you believe has to do with these three questions:

-What is obedience?
-Why are humans obedient?
How does this explain elements of our society?