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Greek Mythology Unit Literacy Based Mega Bundle (4th-6th). This unit has the following literacy skills in the bundle: - Inferring Character Traits - Plot Development - Determining Theme - AllusionsThe stories and Greek mythology characters have been made age appropriate while not too childish so
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This TITAN of a mini-unit includes an amazing assortment of resources to help you teach allusions and words and phrases from Greek mythology. The unit includes ★ lesson plans, ★ examples of allusions, ★ student foldable, ★ student booklet of words and phrases from Greek myths, ★ color posters, ★
Greek Mythology Allusion Stories, Posters and Lesson Plans. Unit includes: - 11 Greek Mythology Allusion Posters - 12 Greek Mythology Stories - 4 Detailed Lesson Plans for identifying allusionsUPDATED: 8-18-15Note: If you have purchased our other Greek Mythology MEGA Bundle, DO NOT purchase this u
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Greek Mythology Unit: Allusions from Greek Mythology - Activities and Resources This Greek mythology unit resource package contains everything you need to teach students about allusions from Greek Mythology - informational handouts, reading passages, graphic organizers, answer keys, foldables, and
If you are a 4th grade teacher using the Common Core Standards for literature for the first time, you may have found yourself wondering how you were going to address the following standard: RL.4.4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that allude to
There are a lot of characters to keep up with in Greek mythology. I created this poster set to help my students remember the gods and goddesses, popular allusions, and other characters. In this poster set, you will find 32 posters. Each poster is offered in color and black and white. The set
Even though I had already purchased many great materials for teaching Greek Mythology, I really wanted more application and focus on the allusions for Greek Mythology. So, like I usually end up doing, I made my own.There is a Keynote (with PPT version) that I created to introduce Greek Mythology.**
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Allusions to Greek Mythology Poster Set - CCSS RL.4.4 Are you looking for resources to help teach your students about allusions to Greek Mythology (CCSS RL.4.4)? This poster set was created to support 4th grade educators, like myself, as they cover this material with their students. This poster
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Learn 40 words from Greek mythology! Resources include a list of terms and definitions, a slideshow, an ebook, note-taking sheets, cards, a Quizlet set, and a test. The combination of printable and digital materials allow you to teach effectively through classroom, hybrid, or distance learning. Open
Greek Mythology Allusion Posters to display in classroom that are colorful, engaging, and instructional for CCSS RL 4.4 ELA. Note: If you have purchased our Greek Mythology MEGA Bundle ★Mythology MEGA Bundle★ or Allusion Unit, ★Complete Allusion Unit★ ...DO NOT purchase this unit, these posters
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This text pack focuses on the Greek Myth of Prometheus, designed for grades 4-8. A full-text story is provided, as well as several extension activities. Grade level appropriate graphics are included, including historical artwork. Activities include vocabulary development, examining the meaning of
Engage students in this fun bundle of mythology allusion based activities! Includes a set of 6 relay game posters and recording sheet, a set of 18 allusion color dominoes, a mythology based bingo game with 12 different boards, and a summative assessment on mythology allusions. Designed to meet an
Students will match 18 common allusions with their roots in Greek mythology (a common core standard in 4th grade Language Arts) when they play this engaging dominoes game! It can be utilized as both an enrichment and intervention resource; as it lends itself to be played in several different cooper
I created this WORKSHEET for the common core standard RL.4.4. This worksheet asks students to make sense of allusions by using their prior knowledge about common characters found in Greek mythology. The allusions are put into contexts that students can relate to within their school setting, or lives
Usually feel like Greek mythology is better suited for a bit older age group than 9- and 10-year olds? Stumped by your state's standard for your kids to "Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (
Grade 4 FSA - Put down the pencils and review for the Greek Mythology Characters and Allusions found on the FSA Grade 4 by playing a fun game! This game can be played by one child, or the teacher can lead the game and have the whole class compete in groups. Learn as you play!Includes:25 Questions o
This pack contains 24 of the most common Greek allusions in a fun read-around game format. Phrases include: “Achilles’ Heel,” “The Face that Launched a Thousand Ships,” “The Midas Touch,” “Leave No Stone Unturned,” and many more! See thumbnail images for a preview of all materials. GREEK MYTHOLO
~ Greek ~ mythology ~ allusions ~ UPDATED! Now print with blacklines, too! Save ink on interactive notebook pages! Blacklines included for posters as well. This is a set of 9 posters that illustrate the standard RL4.4. Included with the posters, are printables for interactive notebooks. RL3.4
This text pack focuses on the introductory aspects of Greek Myths (Gaia, Uranus, the birth of the Titans, and how the Olympians came to be), designed for grades 4-8. A full-text story is provided, as well as several extension activities. Grade level appropriate graphics are included, including his
Put down the pencils and have fun learning the Greek Mythology Characters and Allusions found on state testing by playing a fun game! This game is designed to address the mythology references for this 4th grade standard:CCSS RL.4.4 "Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a t
This set includes 32 task cards to help students review common Greek Allusions, common Greek roots, and other words associated with Greek literature. An answer key is included! Enjoy :)
Grade 4 NWEA MAP Reading - Put down the pencils and review for the Greek Mythology Characters and Allusions found on the NWEA MAP Grade 4 by playing a fun game! This game can be played by one child, or the teacher can lead the game and have the whole class compete in groups. Learn as you play!Inclu
Students view paintings and poems and analyze the use of allusion from a particular myth - Daedalus (focusing on Icarus). After viewing paintings featuring Icarus, students analyze the meaning of the Icarus myth and what he has come to stand for. Students then read poems and discuss how the allusion
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1 Poster explaining Allusion 1 Poster explaining "Opened Pandora's Box" 1 Poster explaining "Achilles Heel" 1 Poster explaining "Herculean" 1 handout for students explaining all of the above Aligned to Fourth Grade Literature Common Core Standard

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