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Watch Odyssey 1997 Movie to minute 34, the beginning of the Polyphemus scene.
Please complete the Odyssey section reading in Hamilton and complete table. Odyssey Characters
Read the Fall of Troy section 201-ff and fill in the outline! Pay attention to the 90 million names!
Read pages 185-200 in Hamilton and complete outline.
Select topic for Museum Exhibit.
Finish the section and study guide. There will be a quiz and I will collect the guides for HW credit.
Complete the Theseus section and study guide. There will be a 20 point quiz and I will collect the guides for HW credit. This is NOT an open note quiz!
Read pages 146-154 (Perseus Story) and complete the study guide. There will be a reading quiz and I will collect the guide. Quiz won't be open notes...
Perseus Study Guide
Finish the play and be ready for a reading quiz! Not open notes.
Please finish your Riff Off if you did not in class. You can create a Google doc to work with your partners. We will present first thing after break!
Also, please complete the first three encounters review in Five Encounters packet. If we didn't read it in class, please read the scene with Aegeus up to top of page 25 (his exit). There may be an open note review quiz using this packet only.
Finish the First Impressions h/o based on first seven pages of play. If you were absent, materials are in the door folder. Here's an online version. Online Medea (read to where Medea enters stage.)
Zac, Xeno, JP, Caitlin, Eileen....
Visualizing Jason's Adventures (24 points) -- finish for HW if you not during class.
Finish reading the Quest for the Golden Fleece chapter (pages 121-133) but do not read beyond the middle of page 133. That will be a spoiler to the nect play we are reading, Medea.
Jason and Golden Fleece Worksheet
Finish the play! There will be a quiz so read carefully!
Read and review the play, The Bacchae, to the bottom of page 230 (line 840). There will be a quiz on the play up to this point. Myth 1: if you did not yet complete HW #9, please also do that by Monday.
Watch the video on Ancient Greek Theater and take notes in/on the study packet I gave you. You will be responsible for this material for the Unit Quiz when we finish The Bacchae. Please come to class with any questions you have on the material.
< href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSRLK7SogvE&t=13s">AN INtroduction to Greek Theater
Read the Cybele and Attis handout and create a separate study guide.
Finish the Orpheus and Eurydice animations. Then start thinking about your own understanding of this place called Hades. Come up with a topic for Hades Project (50 points). You will have one class period to work on it in class.
PDSLMC is the username and password for using media center when off campus.
Please complete the GREEN GUIDE (Water and Lesser Gods) using the Hamilton book.
Using Hamilton's index, find other stories where your god or goddess appears. Also, print out some art or imagery that would work well on your Facebook page. You will have time to work on the project in class before presenting the following class period.aitlin, please pick one of the following: Also, start studying for the Unit Test! Caitlin: choose one of these gods: Epimetheus, Rhea, Ouranos, Hestia, or Prometheus.
Complete the Who's Who on Mt. Olympus handout. Leave Demeter and Dionysus sections blank.Who's Who on Mt. Olympus
Review the Types of Creation Myth h/o. Go to www.bigmyth.com (or youtube the region and "big myth" if their site doesn't load) and watch TWO myths we have not yet read/seen. On a piece of loose-leaf to hand in for HW credit, cite the region and type of creation myth it is (or which elements appear) and answer the following questions for each. 1 Is there a Culture or Rule Map? Explain for each. 2. What (beyond the basic obvious elements) has been created? How does this myth differ from the Chinese/Genesis and Egyptian myths? 3. What is man's relationship to the gods in this story? Explain.
Please read the Egyptian Creation story about Osiris and Isis (handout). Create a study guide (who's who, what's what) on a separate sheet of paper. You will be able to use your HANDWRITTEN notes for the quiz but not the text. Also, finish reading Chpt 3 in the Crumb illustrated Genesis. [There will be an extra credit question on the Egyptian quiz on this part :)]
Read & annotate/highlight the Chinese Myth. Make a study guide for yourself. There will be a reading quiz.
Please register with turnitin: class id: 15594410 password: gokturk
MYTH 1: REMIND101: Send a text to 81010 with the message @msgokturk
MYTH 2: REMIND101: Send a text to 81010 with the message @myth2
Also, as there will be a lot of handouts given, secure a good folder or binder/hole punch. You will need a compact/slim notebook for notes. I can give you a marble comp book.
Mythology Course Description
How Did We Get Here?
English Regents Archived Exams
Study Guide for Literature
Character Study Portfolio
Final Project Options
Greek Mythology Basics
Who's Who on Mt. Olympus
Act Out Like an Olympian Group Work
ID the Lesser Gods
Who's Who Beyond Mt. Olympus
Olympian Gods (male) (7 mins) Gods and Goddesses of Mt. Olympus (54 mins
Modern Pantheon Banner
Vocabulary Derivatives on Earth Gods and Lesser Gods (from dictionary.com)
Greek Mythology is Alive and Well
Greek Gods Family Tree (Simplified)
Greek Gods Family Tree (Detailed)
Encyclopedia of Greek Gods
Apollo and His Oracle
The Big Myth Page
Creation Myth Worksheet I (Genesis and Theogony)
Observations about Creation Stories
Greek Creation Story (Theogony)
Write Your Own Creation Myth Assignment
Big Myth Assignment
Chinese Creation Story (from Big Myth.com; please note that the name spellings are different from the handout. Study the handout spellings.)
Egpytian Creation Myth (from Bigmyth.com; please note that the Isis-Osiris part of the story is not represented in this animation; study the handout and notes.)
Creation Myth Comic Assignment
Creation Myth Comic Checklist
Guidelines for the Creation Myth Poster
Peer Grading the PosterCreation Myth Animation Presentation
Various Family Trees
Egyptian Family Tree
Babylonian Family Tree
Greek Gods Family Tree
The Great Goddesses
Who's Who Beyond Mt. Olympus [Underworld Section]
Vocabulary from the Underworld
Lecture on Eleusinian Mysteries
Lectures on Mysteries
Demeter and Persephone
)Hades (44 mins)
Orpheus and Eurydice
Neil Gaiman's Orpheus Graphic Novel Questions
Funky Animated Orpheus
Orpheus and Eurydice Animation Youtube
Student Made Orpheus and Eurydice
Orpheus and Eurydice Vase Painting Animation
Hiroyuki's Orpheus and Eurydice
Orpheus and Eurydice Animated Documentary (low budget)
Cult of Mythras
The Greek Tragedies
Ancient Greek Theater
The Trojan Women
Online Trojan Women Text
Trojan Women Film
Online Plays: Prometheus Bound
Prometheus Bound MIT online
Dionysus' Family Tree
Online Plays: The Bacchae
Deadly Bacchae Dance Behind the Scenes Bacchae The Bacchae "Trailer" Theater to Music
Medea (online text)
First Impressions of Medea
Jason and Medea Reading Questions
Medea Discussion Questions
Multi-Genre Essay: Love in Medea and Till We Have Faces In-Class Essay Assignment
Peer Editing for Literary Analysis
Etiological Myth In-Class Assignment
Echo & Narcissus
Ceyx & Alcyone
Pyramus & Thisbe
What Kind of Love Is It?
Constellations, Planets, & Zodiac
Planets & How They Got Their Names
Nine Planets Tour
Mythology & Astrology
Hero Monomyth Video
What Makes a Hero? (TED-ED) Monomyth Pattern
Campbell and Hero's Journey
Jason 1963 Film Worksheet
Jason Fights the Skeletons
Perseus Study Guide
Perseus and Medusa
Perseus Kills Medusa (Clash of the Titans 2010)
Theseus and the Minotaur
Theseus and the Minotaur Story
Theseus 15 minutes
Theseus Documentary UNC Part I
Theseus Documentary UNC Part II
Theseus Part III
Hero Propaganda Assignment
Illustrating Hero Assignment
The Odyssey Clips
Who's Who in the Trojan War
Trojan Horse from Troy
Trojan Horse: The Chaser
BBC Truth About Troy
Troy: Battle Between Achilles and Hector
Mythic Warriors: Odysseus and the Trojan Horse
The Hero's Journey Summary of Steps
The Hero's Journey: Joseph Campbell's Monomyth
Perseus and Medusa
Fairy Tale Unit
Folklore and Mythology
Surlalune Fairy Tales
Comparing Tales Chart
Fairy Tale Study Chart
Folklore & Fairy Tale Elements
The Maiden Without Hands
Hansel and Gretel
Hop O' My Thumb
Little match Girl
Perrault's Cinderella Grimm's Cinderella
Cinderella Group Work Assignment
Charles Perrault's "Hop o' My Thumb"
Grimm's "Hansel and Gretel"
Grimm's Little Red Riding Hood
Little Red Riding Hood Versions
Little Red Riding Comparative Chart
Analysis of the four Little Red versions
Little Red Riding Hood Reading Handout
Little Golden Book Little Red Riding Hood
Fairy Tale Project
Till We Have faces
Till We Have Faces Reading Schedule
Illustrating Characters in Till We Have Faces Assignment
>)Multi-Genre Essay: Love in Medea and Till We Have Faces In-Class Essay Assignment