What is myth? Popular usage suggest this term means something that is not true or unfounded — as when someone might say, regarding the latest health fad, "Well, detox cleanses…
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Engage Secondary English Language Arts students with the Titans’ story, the second-generation gods, and goddesses of Greek Mythology. Learn each Titan’s backstory, where they came from, their relationship to the Giants and the Olympians. There is a clash of the Titans, that’s for sure. Hesiod called it the Titanomachy. Use this fully packed three-day lesson plan, designed especially for students aged 13-17 years old.
Use this Digital Download for a Three-day English Language Arts Lesson — Using my tested-in-the-classroom resources, your kids will want to discuss good and bad parenting skills, cursed families, sins of the fathers, women’s role in myth, power, and the clash of the Titans! So I have loaded this resource with TEN reading cards and a set of THIRTY questions that will get your students talking, writing, and wondering!
Common Core Standards: This resource aligns well with the reading literature standard: “Analyze the representation of a subject or a key scene in two different artistic mediums, including what is emphasized or absent in each treatment (e.g., Auden’s “Musée des Beaux-Arts” and Breughel’s Landscape with the Fall of Icarus).”
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I created this resource with secondary students in mind. It is designed for an English Language Arts Mythology unit —