An excellent introduction to comparative Greek mythology using primary sources. The packet contains aids for the teacher, a refresher on the Prometheus myth, discussion questions and tips, a student reading packet containing the three most important primary sources of the Prometheus myth, short answer questions, and an essay question. The reading packet is divided by sources so that it can be discussed in segments over several days. The essay and short answer questions can be given in class or as homework. The packet was designed with the high school student in mind. Questions are content based and are designed to target content discussion and acquisition. Keywords: Prometheus, Greek myth, Zeus, Aeschylus, Hesiod, comparative mythology, primary sources, Greek literature, Greek drama, mythology, compare/contrast.
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Correlates to the following CCSS:
Pages 1-2 Cover Page and copyright information
Page 3 Contents PAge
Pages 4-5 Teacher Help, Mythology Refresher and CCSS Correlation
Page 6 Class Discussion Ideas
Page 7 Cover for Student Packet
Pages 8-9 Source 1, Theogony
Pages 10-11 Source 2, Work and Days
Pages 12-19 Source 3, Prometheus Bound
Page 20 Short Answer Questions for Students
Page 21 Student Essay Question
Page 22 Answer Key for Short Answer Questions
Page 23 Answer Key for Essay Question
Page 24 Credits