Mythology Unit Bundle: Myths, Legends, & Assessments

Mythology Unit Bundle: Myths, Legends, & Assessments
Mythology Unit Bundle: Myths, Legends, & Assessments
Mythology Unit Bundle: Myths, Legends, & Assessments
Mythology Unit Bundle: Myths, Legends, & Assessments
Mythology Unit Bundle: Myths, Legends, & Assessments
Mythology Unit Bundle: Myths, Legends, & Assessments
Mythology Unit Bundle: Myths, Legends, & Assessments
Mythology Unit Bundle: Myths, Legends, & Assessments
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  1. King Arthur Legends: The Sword in the Stone, The Tale of Sir Launcelot du Lake by Sir Thomas Malory This two weeklong lesson on the legends of King Arthur focuses on the stories “The Sword in the Stone” and “The Tale of Sir Launcelot du Lake,” both from Le Morte d'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory. Inc
  2. This weeklong lesson on “Sigurd, The Dragon Slayer” by Olivia Coolidge is focused on the terms myth, folk tale, hero, quest, Norse mythology, saga, and archetype. Included: *Note taking Powerpoint *PowerPoint of warm-ups *Pre-reading introduction to Norse gods and goddesses/character activity *R
  3. The Fenris Wolf: Focus on Norse Mythology This weeklong lesson on the short story “The Fenris Wolf” is focused on the introducing Norse mythology. Included: *Norse Mythology Powerpoint *Reading guide *Assessment *Usage Guide *Digital usage guide for Google Classroom and other online learning mana
  4. Theseus by Edith Hamilton: Focus on Greek Mythology, Archetypes This weeklong lesson on “Theseus” is focused on the terms: myth, Greek mythology, hero, quest, and archetype. Included: *Note taking Powerpoint *Vocabulary homework *PowerPoint of vocabulary warmups *Vocabulary quiz *Reading guide
  5. This is a set of text-based assessments that can be used with any mythology unit. The variety of passages and text complexity levels allows you to test and retest students as needed and make accommodations for struggling readers. Each assessment includes a reading passage and 10 multiple-choice ques
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These resources are perfect for creating a mythology unit or adding on to your own. Students will read myths from Greek and Norse mythology and legends about King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Students will write narrative and informational pieces and engage in activities such as creating a coat of arms and a personal code of chivalry.

At the end of your unit, assess students with a choice of 11 different quizzes, each including a reading passage and 10 multiple-choice questions, and focused on myths and legends from Greek mythology, Norse mythology, Native American mythology, and American Western culture. The skills and terms covered throughout the unit and on the quizzes include: myth, legend, archetype, hero, villain, theme, conflict, characterization, setting, epic, and Homeric simile.

Included:
*King Arthur Legend: The Sword in the Stone by Sir Thomas Malory
*King Arthur Legend: The Tale of Sir Launcelot du Lake by Sir Thomas Malory
*Norse Myth: Sigurd, The Dragon Slayer by Olivia Coolidge
*Norse Myth: The Fenris Wolf
*Greek Myth: Theseus by Edith Hamilton
*Mythology Quizzes

*Please Note: These resources are secure PDFs and are not editable.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences.
Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
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