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What are the elements of an epic poem? Review with students the definition and elements of epic poetry found at the Glossary of Literary Terms accessible from the EDSITEment-reviewed web resource Internet Public Library. Ask students what other stories they know or have heard of that follow a similar pattern of action and components described in the definition of epic poetry. While they may not be familiar with some epic stories, they probably are familiar with the Star Wars series of movies, or the Lord of the Rings and the Harry Potter series of books, which they may be surprised to learn also follow an epic hero cycle. Compile a list of stories that follow this pattern. Lesson Plans and Activities. Advertisements - by Cori Nalipinski I teach a full quarter of Greek/Roman Mythology to 11th and 12th graders.
I started two years ago and have tried to keep my projects interesting to my students and to show them how mythology is relevant to their world today. After studying the different gods, goddesses and their symbols, I have them do a presentation on Mythology in Advertisement. They need to go through magazines, phone books, etc. and pick out ads that relate to mythology. For example, Nike for the goddess Nike. Bingo - by Toddette McGreevy My freshman students are required to learn the Greek and Roman names for each of the Olympians, as well as their Area of Power.
Biopoems - by Vicki Worthing After becoming somewhat familiar with the characters and their relationships, we write biopoems about each of them. Board Games - by Mary Jane Brown As a student project during the semester mythology class, I assign students to groups. Books - by Dominique Smith. Odyssey_study_guide. The Odyssey Lesson Plans. School Project Ideas for Homer's "The Odyssey" The Odyssey Lesson Plans. This is a collection of ideas for studying “The Odyssey” Title – The Odyssey By – Ann Henderson Primary Subject – Language Arts Secondary Subjects – Language Arts Grade Level – 9th and 10th grade Materials – The Odyssey Start by grouping the students into five groups.
Have four to five students in each group. Group 1 will have to design a brochure titled “Odyssey Cruises”. This will require time in the computer lab. Microsoft Word has a tri-fold brochure template, all the students will have to do is listen to the story and write down all the places Odysseus visited in his adventures, and list the cost to travel from place to place. It will make the brochure more authentic if they listed their prices in Greek. Group 2 will design a map routing Odysseus’s trip home and tell what happened at each place he stopped on the map. Group 3 will research all the gods and goddesses that are in the story and tell how each affected Odysseus’s trip home.
Group 4 will draw pictures of each adventure. An additional test on the story itself would be optional. Odyssey Game - Choose your character. Random House Academic Resources. Guide Contents: Note to Teachers Preparing to read For in-class discussion: I.
Comprehension II. For further study Expanding your knowledge: I. Projects and Themes Other Resources: I. For further reading II.Other media Note to teachers. Odyssey Lesson Plans. Lesson Plans These lesson plans were designed to teach the Odyssey to 9th grade honors students.
Teaching the Odyssey is an "Odyssey" in the work of teaching and requires dedication, determination, and some of the versatility one finds in Odysseus. A teacher should keep in mind that the Odyssey is comprised of twenty-four books or chapters. These "books" give students a view of a different culture and this vantage point enables them to get a new perspective on their own culture. For some reason students tend to be more open toward different cultures in the past than in the present.
Completing the Odyssey helps build students' self-esteem although they may be intimidated by the task at the beginning. Along with taking notes, students also need to be taught how to use their notes to support their answers. Parents of my honors students have supported this ambitious unit. The Odyssey Teaching Resources.