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Welcome to Mythology! August 23, 2017

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 Thursday, 25th, 2017
1. Supplies with five dividers ( assignments, notes, handouts, vocab./mechanics, journal)

HOMEWORK for Tuesday, January 17th, 2017
2. "What is a Classic? "  What is a Classic? DUE DATE:  Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 Explanation: If something is referred to as "classic," what does that mean? Many times when individuals hear the world "classic," they naturally think of pieces of literature or art, which, of course apply and make sense; however, in addition to literature and art, there are a myriad of other aspects to our culture that could be considered "clas…

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

Dear Mythology Kids,

If you missed class, we completed the following....

 Each student received a character during class from The Iliad to research . I gave each student information covering his/her particular character. In addition, each student was asked to locate an additional source regarding the character. DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA!

Students were asked to use their Smart Phones in order to review the images offered below for their particular "Iliad Character." If you missed class, please locate your assigned character, and then make sure you are familiar with the "story" behind each of the included images. These images will be used to help guide your instruction

1. READ and ANNOTATE/NOTATE the information I gave you today during class. FOCUS on HOW YOUR CHARACTER IS RELATED TO THE ILIAD!

2. LOCATE an ADDITIONAL source, via the internet or a book from my "library," THS's library, etc. PRINT OFF  the INFORMATION on your character! ANNOTA…