Mythology: A Teaching Unit
"Talented group of female singers seeking employment. Give us an audition. You may find us irresistible": This set of readings and worksheets combines amusing activities like "If the Ancients Advertised" with serious questions which demand that students reflect on what they have read, recognize parallels, and draw conclusions. The lessons show that myths came into existence to fill a need, and emphasize that myths still play an important role in our lives. In addition to Greco-Roman mythology, the unit presents lessons on Norse, Egyptian, Anglo-Saxon, African, and Native American traditions. A reproducible pronunciation guide, a unit summary, three tests, and answers are also included.
|Subject||LANGUAGE ARTS, Poetry and Mythology|
|Publisher||J. Weston Walch|