Term 1 (August 23-October 18)
Signature Page (August 25) - See link to the disclosure document on the right.
Why Story (August 29) - Mythbook Entry #3: After listening to the various why stories and creation stories in class, write a why story of your very own. See the link to the right for more information.
Creation Storytellers (September 5) - Students work in groups to present a creation story to the class. Each member takes on a different role: the scribe, the weaver, the bard, and the guru.
Prometheus/Pandora (September 5) - Comprehension questions on two stories read in class: "The Coming of Man" and "Pandora." Worksheet available in the classroom.
Creation Stories Test (September 11) - Two-part test. Part 1: Students write a brief summary of the creation story they presented to the class. Part 2: Multiple-choice/matching questions on the creation stories that were presented to them. Mythbook may be used for Part 2 of the test.
Mythbook 1 (September 11) - Check on Entries 1-5 in your Mythbook. See "Mythology Schedule" for information on those entries.
Pantheon Chart (September 15) - Class effort: students fill out a chart identifying the Olympians' domains, animals/symbols, and Roman counterparts. Begun 09/13, to be finished 09/15. Students should spend time at home filling out as much of the chart as they can on their own.
Demeter (September 15) - In-class worksheet.
Olympian Stories (September 19) - Class time was spent going around to different stations and learning various stories. What was not completed in class should be completed for homework. You can find most stories on www.mythweb.com.
Olympians Crossword (September 21) - Copies in the classroom.
Olympians Test (September 21) - Study Entry #8 in your Mythbook, the yellow Pantheon Chart, and Olympians Stories worksheet (to be turned in 09/21). Another good source is reading up on the gods/goddesses at www.mythweb.com.
Perseus Comic Strip (October 3) - Students retell the story of Perseus and Medua as a comic strip. At least 10 frames; detail and color required.
Museum (October 11) - See link to the right.