This Greek Mythology Body Biography Bundle is filled with all you need to teach and promote amazing Greek Gods and Goddesses and their myths. Your students will find plenty of opportunity for creativity. For the first time you'll experience the unique approach of using a collaborative poster, Greek mythology, research, and the body biography project!
***Now it includes the digital learning version.***
This project can be used any time of the year. The project bundle includes 22 Greek Gods and Goddesses. Give your students a relevant and modern experience while promoting the 4 C's and achievement. Leave the body biographies up all year long! I adapted the body biography concept to align with informational texts, character traits, research, and history - and most important - with Greek Mythology!
Includes 22 choices:
★ each poster is a Greek God or Goddess. Featuring fun but mature images- appealling to all grades. In line art for your students to add color and design.
★ Poster is 32 inches high by 10 inches wide. It requires 4 pages each.
★ Reflection Questions
★ Student handout that explains each part of the body biography project
★ Teacher set up directions, background, tips, and CCSS
Here is your list:
Greek Mythology Monsters (Greek Mythology Creatures)
For Digital Learning
Q: Should I assign the digital body biography for independent reading or for an online collaborative project?
Social media has taken off as an integral part of our society because of how it creates a way to make connections. Our focus is usually to see other people’s reaction to what was shared. When students communicate online while working on a project, they can learn from each other.
The answer to this question is, yes, to both. It is up to you. The project versatile enough to be shared for an independent or collaborative assignment.
Q: Why is Google Slides so effective for distance learning?
Google Slides for a digital body biography can make distance learning (remote learning) possible. You’ll agree, when you see how easy and quick, it is to share with your students, too.
•By responding, creating, and publishing.
•A shared learning space where students can come together.
Q: Do I assign one character to each student? Or all the characters?
This is 100% up to you. I would assign each character if it is a long- range assignment. If it’s a shorter deadline, then I would assign one per group, or one per person.
Q: How do my students respond to the fill ins?
There are text boxes in place. Your students click on the text boxes to publish their responses. If they need to, just expand the text box to add more space, or make the font smaller. Have fun with text color!
Q: What is the best way to print the slides?
Great question. The slides are not meant to be printed. They are 16:9 format for screen viewing only. If you need the printed version, you can pick up that version, which…comes with the digital version! Woo hoo!
Q: Is there a rubric?
Yes. You will find the rubric in the PDF file.
Q: Is there a students’ directions slide?
Yes. You will find it on slide #1. It breaks down what the textual evidence is for each part of the digital body biography.
Directions are clear and explicit. Danielle Knight Copyright 2019