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 set contains twelve
common allusions students might encounter in literature:
1. Herculean Effort
2. Pandora’s Box
5. A Siren’s Song
7. Achilles’ Heel
8. Trojan Horse
9. The Midas Touch
10. To Harp
11. If Looks Could Kill
12. Bearing the Weight of the World
Each poster shows the allusion, what it means, a small snippet explaining what or whom it refers to in Greek mythology, and an illustration. There is a color and a black and white version for each poster.
Lesson plans are NOT
included with this product. You may use these posters in any way you see fit to enhance your own lessons in your own classroom. These posters can be printed out, bound for a class book or for use in a literacy center, used in a PowerPoint slide show, mimeo or smart board presentation, etc.
NOTE: If you are looking for a lesson plans and activities for teaching allusions to Greek Mythology, please check out my mini-unit. It includes the posters you see here. The link is listed below.
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**This product is the work of T.Danley of Literacy Loves Company. It is intended to support the implementation of the CCSS. No approval by, nor association with, the creators of the CCSS is intended or implied.
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