Greek Mythology

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Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Literature
Grade:
7

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Greek Mythology

THE STORIES WE TELL OURSELVESFOLKLOREMyths, Legends,Fairy Tales

GREEK MYTHOLOGYPROJECT

HOW DO I LEARN FROM MYTHOLOGY?Pick One of The following and Developa well written essay. (RUBRIC)1. The key to learning from a myth is to determine the theme or the life lesson . AsK yourself ; What does the author want me to learn? Write an imaginative story surrounding a theme that your Greek God will have to learn.2.What does it take to be a hero? Who are the real heros in your life? (Dad, Mom)What would that person's symbolic superpower be? Write a personal narrative explaining your hero in detail and a symbolic superpower you would bestow on them.3. You should learn from your writings and analysis of your own experiences. Write a narrative about a time you became your own hero?4. Do you agree or disagree with the thought that you should Be the best person you can be? Why?

Catherine A. Cartagena MEd.

Betrayal

ANALYZE THEN CREATE

GREEK GODS ENGLISH WORDS

Hubris

Heroism

Courage

THEMES IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY

GREEK PROJECTEXAMPLES

GREEK ARCHTECTURE

WHY STUDY GREEK MYTHS?

The Fall Of Icarus

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GREEK QUOTES

ECHO NARCISSUS

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How the Greeks explain the creation of the world.

What Is The Hero's Journey?

It has been said that simply by studying or even just reading Greek mythology, we can learn how to control our actions, or at the least make better choices in our own situational life experiences. After all, a lot of these stories tell tales of how humanities fatal flaws, choices, and hubris can destroy us. In a sense, these myths serve as a warning for people. A guide to how we should and should not act. The irony of this situation is that most people still tend to fall from the exact same flaws, or we choose to make similar bad decisions, especially hubris. It is ironic how myths capture human behavior in ancient times that is still repeated in our society today. When we look deeply at Greek myths they will reveal morals, philosophies, and even warnings, that are applicable to our modern world. Like the fairy tales and folklores we have studied Myths are meant to teach humans about the complexities of life. As we study Mythology our goal is for you to analyze and then apply these life lessons, warnings to your own life to empower youself to make better choices. Your analysis and applications will be expanded into writing in our classroom. We will develop your internal voice through written expression to analyze and then apply basic Greek philosophies to help you question and determine self. Hopefully an appreciation for Literature and art will simultaneously be developed through carefully crafted mythological allegories and themes. As we study ancient mythologies, cultures, and traces of ancient archtecture remember that the Greeks were a civilization that far exceeded the norm."All men's souls are immortal, but the souls of the righteous are immortal and divine." SOCRATES

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