Showing posts from August, 2014

Thursday, September 28th, 2014

Dear Mythology Kids,
1. We discussed the Creation myth associated with the Greeks. It is the most significant story, as it explains how the gods came into existence.

2. Even if you missed class, I still expect you to be prepared for class on Tuesday. Please communicate with someone else in class! Go to the Internet and look up "Greek Creation Myth," in order to obtain assistance!

1. Prepare for your quiz covering the "history lesson" (map), "tell me a story," and the flow chart illustrating the Creation myth.
2. Please read "Rule of Uranus" and "Rule of Cronus" for Tuesady. 3. Create flashcards (if you complete them, then you can use a 1/4 on the "quest") 4. Complete the practice quiz (for each question that you answer correctly, you receive 1/2 of point of credit added to the actual quiz score)

We completed the following today in class:

1. Creation Myth (the back side of your yellow handout)


Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

Dear Mythology Students,

I hope you had an enjoyable weekend. If you missed class on the 26th , we completed the following:

1. Each student submitted their "What is a Classic?" assignment. It was interesting to hear students' ideas and interpretations regarding their choices.

2. Each student received a textbook. If you missed class, please stop by so that I can give you a book, and you can then proceed to the library where you can check one out!

3. We then continued with our "history" lesson regarding Athens and Sparta.  Students watched a brief clip regarding the Spartan way of life from the movie 300.  You will need to obtain this information from a student in class.

Please read the section in your textbook entitled "Introduction to Classical Mythology" located on pages 13-23. As you read, create a list of  25 points that you found interesting. Record the textual line and then indicate why you found that particular section worthwhile…

Friday, August, 22nd! You survived the first week!

Dear Mythology Kids,

If you missed class, we completed the following:

1.Each student received a packet of papers, which are important for the first three weeks of the term. If you missed class, the packet can easily be located in the "Mythology Make-Up" Box located in the room. Please collect a packet and the distribute the pages as follows:

Blue NOTES section of your binderYellow and White pages entitled "Tell me a Story" and "Mythology? Greek and Roman Gods Chart" both go in the HANDOUT section of the notebookGreen handout entitled "One of thirteen" goes in the HOMEWORK" section of your notebookYellow handout entitled "Gods and Goddesses" goes in the HANDOUT section Blue handout entitled "Modern Day God" goes in the HOMEWORK section

2. Each student also received a "Free Homework Coupon!" Please communicate with me about …

Wednesday, August 20th! WELCOME BACK, SENIORS!

Welcome to the "Jungle" Dear Mythology Students, I welcome you to the land of gods and goddesses, where logic does not exist, only the idea that some where in the slime of cosmic confusion, order becomes real. Was that poetic? TRANSLATION: Prepare yourself to learn ancient ideas and concepts that are bizarre; yet still relevant and valid in modern times. I welcome you to Mythology.

HOMEWORK for Friday, August 24th:
1. Disclosure Document signed by parents
2. Supplies with USB drive, 3x5 cards, and markers
HOMEWORK for Tuesday, August 26th
3. "What is a Classic? " 4. Please THOROUGHLY READ THE DOCUMENT!

Dear Parents, I am so excited to have the opportunity to work with your student this year; I sincerely care about them. Their progress in Junior 11 Honors is extremely important to me. If you are concerned about your student's academic standing, need clarification regarding the disclosure document, an assignment, or feel that we need to visit regarding…