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Mythology 1: Greek and Roman Myths and Legends
Ongoing Greek Mythology Stories and Fun! (8-11)
In this class, students will learn about a different Greek god or goddess, complete a craftivity to keep as notes, and read myths surrounding the god/goddess.
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Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
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This class is for students who enjoy Greek mythology and talking about myths. It is an introduction to the gods/goddesses, their famous stories, and other popular myths. This class is ongoing and students can join or leave at anytime. Class will be taught with powerpoints, interactive reading of myths, and games. Week 1: The beginning Week 2: Zeus Week 3: Hera Week 4: Athena Week 5: Poseidon Week 6: Hades Week 7: Hephaestus Week 8: Erysichthon Week 9: Medusa and Perseus
Students will learn about greek mythology and its relevance in modern society today.
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45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Some stories include mild violence (though not descriptive), brief discussion of relationship and infidelity (i.e. Aphrodite is not loyal to Hephaestus) though nothing sexual at all. There may be images of weapons such as the trident, and brief discussion of Hades and the underworld. The first class is the greek mythology is a creation myth and we will explore other creation myths to compare.
B.S.Ed, TESOL, MAET Inclusive & Interactive Educator
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318 completed classes
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