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Greek Mythology: The Trojan War
In this one-time, 45 minute class, learners will be exposed to the history of the Trojan War, the catalyst to the war, the heroes who fought, and the tactics.
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In this one-time, 45 minute class learners will be exposed to the Ancient Greek Mythological story of the Trojan War. Learners will learn the major causes of the Trojan War along with the heroes who fought in the Trojan War, and how the war was won. The material will be presented in a slide show accompanied by lectures and stories in a story-telling format. Students are encouraged to raise their hands to participate in questions and sharing the knowledge they already possess about Greek...
Learners will be exposed to the Trojan War in Ancient Greek Mythology, who the main heroes were, why the war started, and how it was ended.
I am a trained educator for K-8th grade students, I have been in many classrooms teaching many different subjects to these age groups, so I am well practiced in presenting information in an appropriate way so that it isn't too intense for young learners.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will discuss the idea of Greek gods and goddesses in a mythical, fictional sense. There will be mention of babies, marriage, and infidelity (explained to students as unfaithfulness to a married partner by having other girlfriends or boyfriends). We will talk about war, killing, and battles, but we will not go into bloody details. Many of the visual materials are paintings and statues that are scantily clad or indeed, nude, but those will be tastefully cropped so that not too much is revealed for the young learners.
The Greek Myths Complete Edition by Robert Graves, and the Iliad by Homer are main sources of information along with several websites including greekmythology.com.
I love to learn, teach, read, and study stories from the past. Come learn with me!
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Hello! I am a certified K-8 teacher with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education. I have been working as a substitute teacher in local elementary schools for over 3 years and have been teaching on Outschool for a year now. Teaching is definitely what I'm...