Percy Jackson - The Lightning Thief (#1): Ancient Greek, Myth, and More!
In this one-time class students will learn about the extensive Classical influence that runs throughout the FIRST book of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.
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Welcome to the world of Percy Jackson! DESCRPTION: - This is the first class of five that takes an in-depth look at the extensive classical influence that runs throughout the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series written by Rick Riordan. - This is meant to be a FUN adventure to better understand the deeper meaning beneath the mythical context included in the books. - Students will learn about and discuss some of the significant Greek gods (and Roman counter parts) and other characters...
Students will obtain a more comprehensive understanding of the Greco-Roman myths that influence the Percy Jackson Book 1 "The Lightening Thief" and understand the literary role of "the hero".
The Greco-Roman world; its history, literature, culture, and languages are fascinating topics to teach. I have taught Roman history, as well as other Classics related subjects, to a range of ages and skill levels online and in a traditional classroom. This course is meant to be fun! I have read the Percy Jackson series many times. This is an exciting class that explores the world of Percy Jackson through classics.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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230 completed classes
Salvete! Hello everyone! My name is Teacher Debbie. Welcome to the 2023-24 School Year! Please message me if you have any questions! I have taught and mentored children in a variety of subjects for 30 years. Seeing students' self-growth through...