Beginresearching a few of the Greek gods and goddesses of ancient A holiday in greece. When you read, know the unique and fascinating details about each one of these.
Directions: Make use of the attached worksheet to list out three interesting details about each Greek god or goddess:
Explore those sites below to understand interesting details about each Greek god or goddess:
The time has come to analyze ancient mythological heroes. Seriously consider the most popular styles and factors that run throughout each story.
Directions: Make use of the attached Mythological Hero Chart to complete types of gallantry from each one of the four myths while you read their tales:
Mythweb- here you’ll find tales of heroes for example Perseus, Hercules, and Jason:
Now that you’ve got researched heroes from ancient greek language mythology, it’s time to research modern heroes nowadays.
Directions: Make use of the attached graphic organizer to check the options (i.e. behaviors, forces, weapons, allies) of the present day heroes to a few of the Greek heroes you have researched.
Contemporary/Present Day Heroes: Make use of the websites below to analyze present day heroes. Who you think quite the hero? What characteristics will they possess?
Watch the below Greek myth videos. While you watch, seriously consider the most popular styles and elements present in each myth. This will aid you in starting to make your own myth.
Directions: Make use of the attached graphic organizer that will help you find and organize the most popular styles and elements present in each story:
- Styles and customary Elements in Ancient Greek Language Myths
Watch a minimum of three Greek Myths. This is your last step before beginning writing your personal.
The time has come to start brainstorming your personal original nature myth.
Follow each step below to obtain your ideas flowing:
1) Create a list of natural phenomena
2) Pick a phenomenon out of your list that’s familiar for you and you can watch.
3) Observe carefully. Discover around you are able to concerning the natural event you have selected:
- exactly what does it seem like?
- exactly what does it seem like?
- exactly what does it smell of?
- what effect is there on people and places?
- do you know the scientific causes of the wedding?
4) Think about, let’s say? Imagine and brainstorm all the options.
Pick the Goddess that may help you inform your story. Read myths about him/her to help you in developing the smoothness inside your myth.
Directions: Complete the next The Study Worksheet to help you on paper your rough draft.
The time has come to start your pre-writing. Bear in mind the next:
- What’s the reason for your myth?
- What natural phenomenon will your myth explain?
- What message or universal truth is going to be shared from your myth?
3) Additional Figures:
- Briefly name and describe your primary character, a mortal (protagonist).
- Include specific characteristics (physical characteristics, character traits).
4) Give information regarding the setting of the story. Keep in mind that setting includes not just place and time, but additionally ecological details.
5) Make use of the Pre-writing Graphic Organizer to assistance with your rough draft:
The time has come to talk about your rough draft having a partner.
Directions: Make use of the Peer Review to provide helpful, constructive feedback for your partner.
This helps the two of you see what’s been succeeded, and when there’s any element that requires improvement.
*For further help, you may even want to look into the Myth Brainstorming Machine