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Creatures & Beings of Myth: Deep Sea

Kayla Brown (she/they)
Average rating:4.7Number of reviews:(307)
Ever wonder how mythical creatures of the sea, such as the Umibōzu, the Kraken, and Kelpies, came to be? Come learn about mythology, cryptozoology, history, and their real-life animal counterparts (if they exist)!

Class experience

Students will learn about different mythical creatures, their mythology, and what their real-life counterparts are (if they have any). They will work on their discussion skills, and make connections to history and existing animals. 
I am a historian, scientist, and member of the LGBTQIA+/queer community (asexual, panromantic; she/her/hers). I teach mythology, science, and pop culture classes here on Outschool. 

I graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Forensic Science and a focus on mythology and research. But I have been a teacher for over 8 years, working with students from toddlerhood to teenage and beyond. I have always encouraged students to learn based on their own learning styles, so my classes incorporate different varieties of learning, including interactive elements.

Mythology has always been something I have researched and been fascinated by. I took classes during my Bachelor's program that focused on Greek, Asian, and Irish mythology, but they also expanded into other areas, which I now focus on in my Outschool classes. 
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A handout will be available in the classroom upon enrollment. Students can print it out or take notes on their own. Students will need pencils and if they want to add color to their activity, they can bring art materials, such as crayons, colored pencils, or markers with them.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
  • YouTube (used by teacher in PowerPoint)
Mythical creatures can have more intense backgrounds and mythology, so aspects such as destruction, violence, drowning, kidnapping, and murder may arise as to explain these creatures and their methods but I will not dwell on them in the class and will try to keep students from focusing on those aspects. If your student is more sensitive to these topics or gets scared easily, you may want to stay in the same room with them or check on them throughout the class.

We may also watch short scenes of the creatures from movies that may have a PG, PG-13, or possibly even R rating, but I will not show any explicit scenes, they will only be used to show the creatures and their methods. 

We will be watching short scenes of the creatures from the following movies: Excalibur, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Nioh, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and The Kelpie (short).
Average rating:4.7Number of reviews:(307)
Hello! My name is Kayla Brown, my pronouns are she/they, and I'm a member of the LGBTQIA+/queer community (asexual, panromantic, non-binary). I teach about mythology, science, and pop culture, and also run RPGs for students to join different... 
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Meets once
55 min

Completed by 361 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 7-12
3-12 learners per class

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