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Escape From the Minotaur (Season 1): An Escape Room about Greek Mythology
In this one-time course, students will learn puzzle solving, lateral thinking, and Greek mythology.
Edmond David Hally, PhD
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In this digital escape room, students will work to solve puzzles as a group in order to escape the Minotaur's maze. We will spend the first 5 - 10 minutes introducing ourselves and explaining the rules of the game. Once in the maze, students will be given 60 minutes to work together to solve puzzles collaboratively. A token system will be used to make sure that every student has an opportunity to contribute to solving the puzzles. A knowledge of Greek mythology is helpful (although not...
Students will learn Greek mythology, critical thinking, lateral thinking, time management, and teamwork.
I have designed lots of games for both elementary and college classrooms.
There is no homework assigned in this class.
Learners will not need any supplies for this lesson.
Students will be assessed through in-class participation and teamwork. Teams will be assessed by whether they complete the escape room and how quickly.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Although many of the most famous stories in Greek mythology have violent elements to them, I will cover them in much the same way that Rick Riordan does in the Percy Jackson series (closer to comic book fighting than the gore found in the original myths). The myths are incidental to the puzzles in the escape room, anyway. As such, students will learn the basic details of key myths, but will really spend most of their time solving puzzles.
Edmond David Hally, PhDFrom elementary school to college - I've taught it all!
315 total reviews
207 completed classes
Hello! My name is Ed. On Outschool, I hope to teach lessons focused on social studies, science, and literature. After graduating college, I spent a year as a substitute teacher and then another year with my own 3rd and 4th grade classroom. ...