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Greek Mythology's First Female Villain: Pandora
A brief version of the creation of Pandora with the story's potential themes discussed (based on the class composition, this could revolve around the value of curiosity, historical perceptions of women and/or the origins of myth.
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To introduce the story of Pandora's myth, the class will read a comprehensive story of Pandora with the use of PP slides. A brief, four - five minute video (two choices depending on the student groups' choice) will further enhance the basic background of the mythological Pandora. With slides to lead the class through discussion, students will actively discuss: the definition of villain; the definition of a hero; the historical reasoning behind women being the villain; their definition of...
Students will learn the story of Pandora. They will connect the beauty of mythology to: villains and heroes, history, gender, the importance of "negative" emotions, and future leadership. We will be comprehending, then analyzing and synthesizing the themes found within Pandora's myth to today's necessity to be curious (in a safe way).
No homework for this class.
This class is for those who are passionate about mythology and its connections to today's sense of humanity. The assessment is only in the individual value of past stories that will be left with each learner. No marks will be given.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Karen AitkenTeacher of 30 years - still inspired.
2 total reviews
4 completed classes
I am passionate about learning; I am even more excited by discovering and developing passion in young people. As a teacher for 30 years focussing on English / Language Arts, I found further inspiration with opportunities to teach leadership,...