Wecome to Reading!
When You Come In
1. Sign in, please.
2. Pick up three pink ballots off the circle table.
3. Turn in your 3-2 rehearsal to the drawer (Homework).
FIRST BLOCK ROOM ASSIGNMENTS
a. Señor Wieland’s room
i. Mariah and Johannah
ii. Jesus and Dalton
b. Mrs. Werth’s room
i. Morgan R. and Haley
ii. Gabe and Brooks
c. Mr. Van Weelden
i. Connor and Jordan
ii. Morgan C. and Caleb
d. Ms. Flattery’s Office—shut the door! J
i. Matt and Laramie
e. Student Lounge
i. Mallory, Flor, Katie
f. Mr. B’s office—check with Kaylene first!
i. Bridget and Anna
g. Monkey Room
i. Jacob and Alicia
h. Carpet Corner
i. Brody and Tyler
Jovany and Lyndsay, ready to Mr. Wieland and Mr. Van Weelden, and Mr. Collins!
· 2nd Block ROOM ASSIGNMENTS
· (Abby, Dayton and Annika will be absent.)
a. Señora Schantz’s room
· Caitie and Melissa
b. Student Lounge
· Deshia and Courtney
c. Mr. B’s office—it’s open, but let Kaylene know you’re going in.
· Alan S. and Tamera and Alex (since Abby will be absent)
d. Monkey room
· Jenny and Tiara and Bailey
e. Mrs. Moothart’s room
· Matt and Jase
· Travis and Kelby
f. Ms. Flattery’s Office—shut the door! J
· Joey and Allan R.
When You Come In
· Please sign in.
· You meet in your Vocab War teams on Monday. Make sure you have something to show for your weekend! Use the vocab, and write it down on your sheets! J
1. Think about the myth figures you’ve researched for the Barbie, for the beast powerpoint, and for your Facebook page. You’re going to hear about them, and a lot more, in today’s DVD. Listen for resonances!
2. Start a new page in your journal entitled “The History Channel’s ‘Gods and Goddesses”. Your notes (as well as the beast myth notes) will be counted as a daily grade.
3. You should be able to answer the following questions as the DVD progresses, so READ THESE QUESTIONS BEFORE YOU START THE DVD, PLEASE:
o What were key themes in Greek mythology?
o How was the world created?
o Who were the important gods and goddesses? What were their powers?
o What was life like before humans were created?
o What were the early races like?
o Compare and contrast stories from Greek mythology and from the Bible.
o How are women viewed in Greek mythology (Pandora; Aphrodite; Athena)?
o How did the Greeks view the natural world? How are natural events (seasons, storms, draught, etc.) explained?
o What is the story of Herakles/Hercules?
o Who were the Greek heroes? What did a person have to do to be a hero?
o What is the story of Oedipus?
o How important is fate?
o What are the differences between humans and gods/goddesses? What are the similarities?
o What are the sacred places in ancient Greece?
o What was the purpose of the Olympics?
o What is the story of the Trojan War?
o What was an oracle?
o What was the underworld like?
o Who was Tantalus?
o What purpose did mythology serve for the ancient Greeks?
o What was the role of performance and theater?
4. Take notes over the DVD. Pause the movie as needed for discussions, or to catch up with note-taking.