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Greek Mythology

A Special Thanks to Mrs. Lu/Anne Jackson from Apple coming to our class to teach us how to create an iMovie.
Objective: I will be able to create an iMovie using still photos and a voice over. I will describe a god or goddess from Ancient Greece, telling about their powers and personality.


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Artemis - Part 1

Artemis - Part 2






One of the most important parts of the Greek mythology are the Ancient Greek Gods. The religion is ancient Greece has been polytheistic, meaning that they did not worship one, but many deities.
Created along with myths to explain how the world works, there are dozens of them, like Hestia, the goddess of hearth, or Asklepios, the god of medicine. The most significant ones are the twelve Olympian Gods:
1. Aphrodite, the goddess of love
2. Apollo, the god of the sun and of music
3. Ares, the god of war
4. Artemis, the goddess of the hunt
5. Demeter, the goddess of the harves
6. Athena,the goddess of
7. Dionysos, the god of high spirits and of wine
8. Hephaestus, the god of fire and of the forge
9. Hera, the queen of gods
10. Hermes, the god of travel and the messenger of the gods
11. Poseidon, the god of the sea
12. Zeus, the lord of the gods, most powerful and ruler of Mount Olympus and the sky Source: http://www.travel-guide-greece.com/greek-gods/

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Objective: I will be able to create my own Greek hero and write a story about their good deeds. I will then use Comic Life to create a comic version of the story.

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Download the PDF version. Savious.pdf
Read the Narrative.SAVIOUS_A GREEK PRINCE.pdf
Greek Intro_to_Greek_Mythology.flipchart

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