Greek Mythology's Mightiest Hero: Hercules vs. the Nemean Lion (Labor 1)
In this mythological adventure, students learn about Hercules and his ferocious wrestling match against the Nemean Lion.
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When a student takes this class they can expect a fun and interactive journey through the story of how Hercules faced off against the Nemean Lion. Class will first begin with a short meet-and-greet. Once acquainted, we will delve into a dramatic telling of some of Hercules' exploits. Images and some video will be shared to help bring the story to life and as the storyteller, my goal will be to use my theatrical and voice-artist background to make the tale memorable. Throughout, students...
Students will learn about Hercules, Eurystheus, Apollo, Typhon, and Selene with a focus on Hercules. Students will be encouraged to speak, ask questions, and be questioned themselves with a focus on comprehension skills and critical thinking.
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55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In this section, students will learn of how Hercules is driven mad by Hera and murders his own children and some of his brother's children. This is a necessary part of the story that is the impetus for the labors that are set forth before him.
Daryan BorysAntiquities Scholar, Mythology Storyteller, Literature Tutor, Earthshaker, Gamer
393 total reviews
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I'm happy to share my passion for Greek Mythology, Shakespeare, Jules Verne, J.R.R. Tolkien, or explore and develop a student's interest in literature. As an actor, I've had the pleasure of exploring and performing in traditional Greek Theater,...