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Park View Middle School: Ms. McCusker/Ms. Short- Greek Mythology

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The Gods and Monsters of The Lighting Thief Trading Cards

 

Helpful Websites:

PVMS Library: http://www.cpsed.net/pview, go to LibGuide

              World Book Online

            Student Research in Context

http://www.mythweb.com

http://www.theoi.com

http://www.pantheon.org

   

 

GROUP 1     The Gods, Goddess and Monsters:

 

Zeus           Ares           Satyrs       Demeter

 

Poseidon       Athena       Centaurs

 

Hermes       Dionysus        Cerberus


 

GROUP 2 The Gods, Goddesses and Monsters:

 

Apollo        Aphrodite       Hestia       Minotaur

 

Artemis       Hades           Charon

 

Hephaestus                Hera           Medusa


 

You will be assigned one group and will only make ten cards. Each card needs to contain the following:

 

Front of Card:          

   -  Greek name of god, goddess or monster

   -   Colored picture of the god, goddess or monster

      - You can trace pictures

      - Pictures CANNOT be printed from the internet

 

Back of Card:

   - Name of the god, goddess or monster

   - Three facts:

      - Powers

      - What are they famous for?

      - Personality traits

Google Doc and Rubric

Standards

Standards:

AASL 1. 1. Follow an inquiry-based process in seeking knowledge in curricular subjects, and make the real-world connection forusing this process in their life.

  AASL 2.1 Continue an inquiry-based research process by applying critical-thinking skills (analysis, synthesis, evaluation, organization) to     information and knowledge in order to construct new understandings, draw conclusions, and create new knowledge.
  CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.7.2.d Use precise language and domain-specific vocabulary to inform about or explain the topic.
 

Citation

Use www.easybib.com for your citation. If you use a web address like www.greekgodsandgoddesses.com, be sure to add the "http://" so it looks like "http://www.greekgodsandgoddesses.com" or you will get an error message.

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