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An Intro to Greek Mythology: 8-Week Course (Ages 10-14)
In this 8-week online course, students will learn about the basics of Greek Mythology, beginning with the creation of the universe and moving on through to the Titans and Olympians, to the creation of humans, to demigods, and more.
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Once per week
over 8 weeks
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per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Many of the things we see today have come from the stories and events told in Greek Mythology. The brand Nike, constellations, and the Olympics are just a few things that get their names from Greek Mythology. Learning Greek Mythology is not only a great way to understand the origins of many things you may see every day, but it's also an essential part of history. The ancient Greeks supplied us with vital information for tools, philosophy, art, and architecture, and many of their creations...
Students should complete this class with a basic understanding of the major Greek myths including: The creation of the universe, the Titans and Olympians and their roles, the Titanomachy, other significant gods and goddesses and their roles, important creatures and monsters, how humans were created and some major events that followed, important demigods and their stories and significance, how the people of ancient Greece worshipped the gods, and how the Greek myths connect to our world today through influence and pop culture.
I am currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in World Religions and my goal is to become a college professor with a Ph.D. in World Religions and Mythology. I am also currently working on publishing a fantasy novel series that is heavily based around Greek Mythology.
Homework will be assigned at each meeting (except the last meeting). Homework will be completed individually. Each homework assignment will be a simple worksheet or quiz reviewing what we discussed in class and should take less than an hour to complete. Most assignments will take no longer than 30 minutes to complete. Homework will be due no later than the day before class.
Students may bring a notebook for taking notes during class but it is not required.
The learner's progress will be assessed by a letter grade on a ten-point system. A: 100-90 B: 89-80 C: 79-70 D: 69-60 F: 59-50
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Topics like war and death will be mentioned but not in detail.
Mr. Carotenuto“You can never be overdressed or over educated.” -Oscar Wilde
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Hello everyone! I'm so glad you're here and can't wait to meet you! My name is Mr. Carotenuto and I teach classes about Greek Mythology, Art History, and Digital Art, lead a club for LGBTQ+ youth, and lead a mindful art club for teens I am...