This 11-page script-story adapts a favorite myth from Norse mythology. Odin, the All-Father of the Gods, goes on a quest to discover how the day of Ragnarok can be prevented. This hilarious script-story has twelve speaking parts appropriate for grades 6-12.
This script-story is prefaced by a 2-pag
In this super-engaging Vikinga and Norse mythology activity, students engage in a 4-part lesson where they study the big ideas of Viking mythology, inclding Valhalla, Helheim, Ragnarok, the Aesir, Asgard, and much, much more. Students learn about the Viking afterlife in Valhalla and Helheim, and Vi
The test is an in-depth assessment for a Norse Mythology Unit. The entire test deals with Scandinavian Mythology. Gods such as Thor, Odin, Loki etc. Unit Test Includes the Following:Part A: MatchingPart B: Multiple ChoicePart C: Fill in the BlankPart D: Short Answer Bloom's Questions (Higher Leve
History Workshops will help your students dig more deeply into subjects while improving their reading skills. Workshop #7 covers this article. The article has an audio option and a quick link for Google Classroom.Common Sense Education has given the source of the article an A. Each History Workshop
A short retelling of why Odin, king of the Norse gods, has only one eye.
This is an very simple and short story book, originally designed for 4th and 5th grade ESL students who are new to the English language.
Everything is hand-drawn and written.
This version is in black and white, so pages c
Use this Norse mythology reading assignment to introduce students to the Norse god Odin and his pursuit of wisdom. The reading includes the story of Odin sacrificing his eye for wisdom, the story of him hanging upside down from the World Tree to obtain the secrets of the runes, and the story of his
This unit covers “Mimir’s Head and Odin’s Eye” chapter(s) of the book. The whole book unit is available in my store at a very cheap price. You can also check out the preview! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Norse-Mythology-by-Neil-Gaiman-Unit-Novel-Study-Assessments-Test-6539537 In Norse
1. Students are directed to a starting webpage for their research2. Students record (4) Facts3. Students summarize the God4. Students write what they found most interesting5. Students answer if they believe this God was real, Why or Why not6.Students insert (2) pictures of this God and give explanat
1. Students complete a WebQuest on this God (Starting Link Included)2. Students create an informational Brochure about the God (Culture, Region, Facts, God of, Abilities/Powers, Description, Most known for etc.)3. Students write a summary of the God
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A great supplement to reading the Norse myth tale of Mimir's Head and Odin's Eye, one of the more popular tales.Includes:> Turn and talk activity> Background information> Writing prompts> Visual breakdown of story> Text to Self/World Connection pieces - Comparing valuesDifferentiation
Best year ever sale August 1st and 2nd up to 28% off. Designed by Chadwick Harvey, this vocabulary quiz worksheet assesses student understanding of the words learned while reading Brother Coyote and Brother Cricket retold by J. Frank Dobie, Phaethon retold by Moira Kerr and John Bennett, The Force o
This prompt is a comparative writing assignment on a Greek god and Norse god. They are both powerful gods. Students research their information. Hang them up on an ancient civilization board! Thanks ever so much for visiting!
Have you ever wondered where the names for the days of the week come from? Today we look at Wednesday, or Odin's Day.
A photocopiable printout, hand out, or worksheet that students can colour in and highlight as they learn about Vikings. Suitable for all ages as a stand alone sheet or part of a w
Odin (or Woden), Loki, Thor, and Valhalla are common legends that appear in the novel How to Train Your Dragon. They are not so common to some of our students and to best set students up for success, becoming familiar with these characters/location can increase reading comprehension.
Powerpoint (roughly 20 slides) introducing students to Norse mythology, a few Norse gods (Odin, Thor, etc.), and with an introduction to the Norse hero, Sigurd the Dragon Slayer. I use this with my 10th grade students, as Sigurd the Dragon Slayer is in their Holt textbook.
In Norse Mythology, Gaiman stays true to the myths in envisioning the major Norse pantheon: Odin, the highest of the high, wise, daring, and cunning; Thor, Odin’s son, incredibly strong yet not the wisest of gods; and Loki―son of a giant―blood brother to Odin and a trickster and unsurpassable manipu