This is a fun play with middle school humor, but it also packs in a lot of skills that kids usually need extra work on.These include: context clues, story elements, analyzing a character's actions, how scenes fit into the development of a plot, characteristics of Greek myths, etc. The play is redone for middle school with lots of resources. This is organized by topic, not day of the week.
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Context Clues (Notes on context clues, practice worksheets)
A. Part one- page 4-19
B. Part two, pages 20-26.
Extra Bell ringers, pages 27-33.
Vocabulary from the story
A. flash cards, pages 35-39.
B. Vocabulary cards, 40-46
– Determine the meaning of vocabulary words in the play through context clues.
C. Context Clues game, pages 47-51
D. Context clues questions based on vocabulary words in the play, 53-56.
Characteristics of Greek Mythology, pages 57-66.
Determining whether Theseus fits the ideal of a Greek hero.
Script and questions, pages 75-84.
Identifying the Main Idea in stories, pages 85-89.
Story Sequence Pyramid, pages 90-93.
Story Element Chart, pages 99-103.
Roles of scenes in the Development of the plot, pages 104-1122