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Fables, Myths, Legends, and Folktales - Oral Tradition - Four Forms of Traditional Tales Handout. Help your students understand myths, legends, fables and folktales by clearly defining them in a colorful graphic organizer, and then giving examples of each. A useful introduction to a unit on folktale
Elements of a Myth Help your students understand what creates the genre of myths. This can be used in so many different ways. You can read myths to the students, they can read as partners or groups, or independent reading. Then, while you are reading or after they read, they fill out the graphic
Grades:
2nd - 6th
This set includes graphic organizers for fairy tales, myths, legends, folktalkes, and fables.
This product is a simple introduction to myths, and includes a graphic organizer and template for students to create and write their own myths. The product also includes a brief description of myths and what myths include.
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2nd - 4th
This Greek Mythology bundle contains a Greek Mythology lap-book genre study for teaching Greek mythology and 32 color and black and white, Greek Mythology Storybands! Greek Mythology Storybands are perfect for reader's theater. I chose to focus this unit on the following skills: story elements and v
This is a cute graphic organizer made for writing legends, fables, or myths.
Grades:
2nd - 8th
Go digital with your next Greek Mythology unit with these digital character analysis graphic organizers. This resource includes a link to a Google Slide document that contains 25 different, specific digital character analysis organizers to use with Greek mythology. There are are two template organiz
Graphic Organizer to help students organize, plan, and brainstorm to help write a myth.
Fables and Myths Graphic Organizers that Builds Comprehension Here is a PREVIEW of our Bundled Reading Graphic Organizers Click here! : Bundled Reading Graphic Organizers How to Use this Product: Graphic Organizers is a great way to keep track of students learning throughout the year. The Re
I have my students write and perform Greek myths during our unit on ancient Greece. I have them fill out the organizer that is apart of this product before they write their myths. Once they are written, I have students perform them. A rubric is included with this product to help you grade the writte
Go digital with your next Greek Mythology unit with these digital graphic organizers. This resource includes a link to a Google Slide document that contains six different digital graphic organizers to use with Greek mythology. This is the ideal resource to use with your Greek Mythology unit for Seco
This Genealogy Graphic Organizer for Greek mythology includes the principal Greek gods from Gaea and Ouranos through the Olympians.  It is meant to be used to accompany the story of the Greek creation myth. In my curriculum, we use Edith Hamilton’s Mythology and Mythology and You.  This handy graph
This graphic organizer is designed to help students find the moral of a fable, folktale, or myth. Students will analyze characters and the challenges they face to help conceptualize the lesson or moral of the story.
Grades:
3rd
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This graphic organizer was created for students to record information while reading a myth. Students record information related to the hero of the myth, the conflict, the resolution, the gods/goddesses, and the natural occurrence that is explained.
You’re starting Native American origin myths. You want your students to read closely and piece together important details to learn about the storytellers’ differing cultures. These notes and graphic organizers will get you started.**Includes THREE versions of the resource to be flexible & save t
This document provides an overview of world mythology and a mythology graphic organizer. This is ideal when introducing mythology to students. The graphic organizer is designed to accompany a lesson in which students work collaboratively to understand different world myths. I have personally fo
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Grades:
7th - 12th
Blank Chart with spaces to fill in story elements of Greek Myths. Includes character, setting, problem, and solution.
Grades:
2nd - 5th
This Olympians Chart and Graphic Organizer for Greek mythology includes the principal Greek gods from the Olympian family.  It is meant to help students keep track of all of the tidbits of interesting information they encounter during their Greek mythology unit.In my curriculum, we use Edith Hamilto
Save money with this bilingual bundle of products in English and in Spanish for Google Slides™. Please click on the individual products for complete descriptions and previews. These ready-to-use templates in English and in Spanish organize key information about any god/goddess in three pages each.
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Why are there different versions of myths? Why do myths come in multiple forms, with various endings, edited parts, different names for gods and goddesses, and so on? With tools developed by Stones of Erasmus help students to "Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independentl
Save money with this bilingual bundle of products in English and in Spanish. Please click on the individual products for complete descriptions and previews. These ready-to-print templates in English and in Spanish organize key information about any god/goddess in three pages each. Encourage researc
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Native American Origin Myths have consistent elements woven within each tale. This graphic organizer allows students to organize those elements in a visual form. You may use this graphic organizer with any two origin myths such as "The Earth on the Turtle's Back," "When Grizzlies Walked Upright,
This graphic organizer will help your students write their own myth using the formula of the hero's journey. Students will create their plot and then take steps to revise their myths using showing details, dialogue, sensory details, and strong verbs.
The longer I teach ELA, the more I get tired of easily searchable, easily cheated study guide questions.  Let your students carry the weight of their own learning using this Greek Mythology Notes One-Pager.  This organizer includes prompts for students to: sketch an important moment from the myth, h

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