Greek/Roman Hero Study - Introduction to Unit 2 Part 1

  • Below, you will find documents/links to our daily lesson materials from class. Please note that not all materials will be posted here. Some stories, presentations, and other assignments/related materials must be picked up from Miss Muhlbaier in class.

    Note: You will need Adobe Reader to open these files. Copies of the text will require a password in order to open the file.

    Greek Hero Study
    3/2

    --Students completed a HyperDoc: "What makes a hero?"

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Greek Epics - The Iliad and the Odyssey

  • Below, you will find documents/links to our daily lesson materials from class. Please note that not all materials will be posted here. Some stories, presentations, and other assignments/related materials must be picked up from Miss Muhlbaier in class.

    Note: You will need Adobe Reader to open these files. Copies of the text will require a password in order to open the file.

    3/5

    --Introduction to the Trojan War

    --Helen of Troy: Comparing Texts (Poetry)

    --HOMEWORK: Use textbook pages 224-228 to complete the following notes sheet and character map.

    3/6

    --Iliad Book 1 (students completed a study guide)

    --HOMEWORK: Book 1 SCR

    3/7

    --Iliad Book 22 (students completed a study guide)

    --Assignment (class work): Epic Similes

    3/8

    --Iliad Book 24 (students completed a study guide)

    --Assignment (homework): Comparing and Contrasting Heroes

     

    "The Odyssey" (CUSTOM TEXTBOOK HERE)

    3/9

    -Introduction: Prezi/Notes

    -HOMEWORK: Read Books 1, 5, & 9; complete study guide (17 pp.)

    3/12

    -Viewing "The Odyssey"

    -HOMEWORK: Read Books 10-12; complete study guide & SCR (12 pp.)

    3/13

    -Viewing "The Odyssey"

    -HOMEWORK: Read Books 16-17, 21-23; complete study guide (20 pp.)

    3/14

    -Viewing "The Odyssey"

    -HOMEWORK: Read Dorothy Parker's Poem & answer the questions that follow.


  • Below, you will find documents/links to our daily lesson materials from class. Please note that not all materials will be posted here. Some stories, presentations, and other assignments/related materials must be picked up from Miss Muhlbaier in class.

    Note: You will need Adobe Reader to open these files. Copies of the text will require a password in order to open the file.

    3/15

    --Introduction to The Aeneid (students completed this notes sheet)

    --Read up to p. 398/line 460 of The Aeneid (students completed their study guide)

    3/16

    --Finished reading The Aeneid and completing students' study guide

    --Assignment: Bio Poem

    HOMEWORK: TAKE HOME TEST due Monday, 3/19


  • Below, you will find documents/links to our daily lesson materials from class. Please note that not all materials will be posted here. Some stories, presentations, and other assignments/related materials must be picked up from Miss Muhlbaier in class.

    Note: You will need Adobe Reader to open these files. Copies of the text will require a password in order to open the file.

    3/19

    --Greek and Roman Epics TAKE HOME TEST DUE

    --Greek Assembly (Debate): Preparation

    3/20

    --Greek Assembly (Debate): Presentations

    --Greek & Roman Epics Essay: Pre-Writing

    ESSAYS DUE MONDAY, MARCH 26, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28