Search Results: '1000 Mythological Characters'
SL4: The Trojan Horse Curriculum
The Trojan War had many significant characters from mythology, such as Odysseus (Roman: Ulysses), Helen, Paris, Achilles, and others. From this conflict, we get the modern terms "Trojan... More > horse," "beware of Greeks bearing gifts," and the "face that launched 1000 ships." In this curriculum for "The Trojan Horse," you will get a reading sheet, discussion questions, comprehension questions, a class activity, a worksheet, inquiry questions, story prompts, and more. If you are looking for fourth-grade curricula on other significant characters and phrases from myths, visit SimpleLiterature.com and go to the fourth grade page. You can also purchase this curriculum with the curricula for five additional myths in the SL4: Greek Myths and Stories Curricula (http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/sl4-greek-myths-and-stories-curricula/14344918).< Less
SL4: Greek Myths and Stories -- Student Reading Sheets
This SimpleLiterature.com eBook contains fourth-grade reading passages and student worksheets that correspond with the SL4: Greek Myths and Stories Curricula Teacher's Guide, which explores... More > significant characters from mythology and the terms derived from these stories, such as an Achilles heel, Herculean, Trojan horse, the weight of the world on his shoulders, and more. The teacher's guide (found at http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/sl4-greek-myths-and-stories-curricula/14344918) includes reproducible reading sheets, discussion questions, worksheets, and more. This corresponding student textbook can be digitally placed on a school's website, if the website requires students to log in. In that way, this one eBook can be used by all the students in your classroom, year after year. It's that Simple!< Less
SL4: Greek Myths and Stories Curricula
Help fourth grader students explore significant characters and phrases from mythology: Achilles heel, Herculean, Trojan horse, Pandora's box, and more. Students will learn the terms, where they... More > originated, and how they are used today. This teacher's guide includes reproducible reading sheets, discussion questions, comprehension questions, vocabulary words, writing prompts, story prompts, activities, inquiry questions, and worksheets. If you purchase the corresponding eBook for students, you can post your purchased copy on a school website, as long as the site requires student usernames and passwords. In that way, one student eBook of SL4: Greek Myths and Stories -- Student Reading Sheets (http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/sl4-greek-myths-and-stories----student-reading-sheets/14345509) can be used for all the students in your classroom. Free comprehension questions can be found at SimpleLiterature.com on the fourth grade page.< Less