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This is an extremely thorough, full 2-week (12 days!) mythology unit. These resources are focused around Common Core Standards for Grade 8, but they are absolutely still relevant for all middle grades students who are studying mythology and folklore in general. Students will analyze two myths center
Who wouldn't want to be sitting on a warm, sandy beach in the sun? With this lesson plan, you and your students can at least pretend! Take a trip to the Polynesian Islands and explore their history through mythology. We start with the history of Polynesian Mythology so your students will understand
1. Create your own Book cover and summary assignment2. Create your own Comic for the story Worksheet3. Chain of Events Worksheet4. First-Person Story Event Creative Writing Assignment5. Theme Worksheet (Major and Minor) Worksheet
1. Create your own Book cover and summary assignment2. Create your own Comic for the story Worksheet3. Chain of Events Worksheet4. First-Person Story Event Creative Writing Assignment5. Theme Worksheet (Major and Minor) Worksheet
1. Create your own Book cover and summary assignment2. Create your own Comic for the story Worksheet3. Chain of Events Worksheet4. First-Person Story Event Creative Writing Assignment5. Theme Worksheet (Major and Minor) Worksheet
1. Create your own Book cover and summary assignment2. Create your own Comic for the story Worksheet3. Chain of Events Worksheet4. First-Person Story Event Creative Writing Assignment5. Theme Worksheet (Major and Minor) Worksheet
1. Students read a definition of Major & Minor Themes with examples. 2. Students identify the Major Theme and (30 Minor Themes in the3. Students identify Where in the story the theme is illustrated*Teacher Online Resource links provided on page 3
1. Students read a definition of Major & Minor Themes with examples. 2. Students identify the Major Theme and (30 Minor Themes in the3. Students identify Where in the story the theme is illustrated*Teacher Online Resource links provided on page 3
1. Students read a definition of Major & Minor Themes with examples. 2. Students identify the Major Theme and (30 Minor Themes in the3. Students identify Where in the story the theme is illustrated*Teacher Online Resource links provided on page 3
1. Students read a definition of Major & Minor Themes with examples. 2. Students identify the Major Theme and (30 Minor Themes in the3. Students identify Where in the story the theme is illustrated*Teacher Online Resource links provided on page 3
1. Students write a First-Person account of an event in the story* Teacher resources included on third page
Students show their knowledge of the story and can be creative with this UDL worksheet template.*Teacher resources included on third page
Students put the major events of the book in orderStudents identify the following:CharactersPlotSettingsConflictResolutionTheme(s)*Teachers resources included on page 3
1. Students read a definition of Myths 2. Students design and illustrate a book cover for this story3. Students summarize the story in writing* Teacher Resource Links included on third page
1. Students write a First-Person account of an event in the story* Teacher resources included on third page
Students show their knowledge of the story and can be creative with this UDL worksheet template.*Teacher resources included on third page
Students put the major events of the book in orderStudents identify the following:CharactersPlotSettingsConflictResolutionTheme(s)*Teachers resources included on page 3
1. Students read a definition of Myths 2. Students design and illustrate a book cover for this story3. Students summarize the story in writing* Teacher Resource Links included on third page
1. Students write a First-Person account of an event in the story* Teacher resources included on third page
Students show their knowledge of the story and can be creative with this UDL worksheet template.*Teacher resources included on third page
Students put the major events of the book in orderStudents identify the following:CharactersPlotSettingsConflictResolutionTheme(s)*Teachers resources included on page 3
1. Students read a definition of Myths 2. Students design and illustrate a book cover for this story3. Students summarize the story in writing* Teacher Resource Links included on third page
1. Students write a First-Person account of an event in the story* Teacher resources included on third page
Students show their knowledge of the story and can be creative with this UDL worksheet template.*Teacher resources included on third page

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