Ceres prosperpina cause effect lesson
Download
1 / 23

“Ceres & Prosperpina ” Cause & Effect Lesson - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 72 Views
  • Uploaded on

“Ceres & Prosperpina ” Cause & Effect Lesson. Miss K. Vocabulary Review. Barren. too poor to produce much or any crops. Chariot. A two-wheeled, horse-drawn vehicle used in ancient warfare and racing. Fertile. Capable of producing many crops. Shrouded. Concealed from view. Consent.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' “Ceres & Prosperpina ” Cause & Effect Lesson' - dalmar


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Ceres prosperpina cause effect lesson

“Ceres & Prosperpina” Cause & Effect Lesson

Miss K



Barren

too poor to produce much or any crops


Chariot

A two-wheeled, horse-drawn vehicle used in ancient warfare and racing


Fertile

Capable of producing many crops


Shrouded

Concealed from view


Consent

Permission for something to happen


Anguish

Severe emotional or physical pain


Cause effect review
Cause & Effect Review

  • CAUSE – why something happens

    • Event 1

  • EFFECT – what happens

    • Event 2


Ceres demeter

Ceres (Demeter)

Goddess of growing plants and of motherly relationships


Proserpina persephone

Proserpina(Persephone)

Daughter of Ceres and Jupiter

Young maiden of spring


Pluto hades

Pluto(Hades)

God of the underworld and King of the dead


Jupiter zeus
Jupiter(Zeus)

King of the gods

God of sky and thunder

Brother of Pluto


Mercury hermes
Mercury(Hermes)

Messenger god


H ecate

Hecate

Goddess of the dark side of the moon


Helios

Helios

The sun god


Narcissus

Narcissus

The narcissus, the beautiful flower that catches Proserpina’s eye, is notorious in Greek and Roman mythology. Narcissus’ mother was told he would have a long life as long as he never looked at his own image. Narcissus, however, was vain and unkind, and he angered the gods. The gods punished him by making him look at his reflection. He fell in love with his image and spend the rest of his days wanting to look at himself. Eventually, he was transformed to a flower that now bears his name. The narcissus flower symbolizes empty, heartless love and also excessive love and admiration for one’s self.


Ceres and proserpina
“Ceres and Proserpina”

LISTEN and FOLLOW along

Pg. 648

Be thinking about Cause & Effect in the story!


Ceres and proserpina1

Ceres and Proserpina

What mystery of our universe does this myth explain?

Change in Seasons


Love loss
Love & Loss

  • What seasons represent Ceres’ loss?

    • Fall

    • Winter

  • What seasons represent Ceres’ love?

    • Spring

    • Summer


  • Activity
    Activity

    IN YOUR GROUPS:

    • Choose a CAUSE in the story “Ceres and Prosperpina.”

    • Change what happens.

    • Show how that change will EFFECT the rest of the story.


    Example
    Example -

    • Pg. 650 –

      Cause: Jupiter gave Pluto permission to

      kidnap Proserpina

      Effect: Pluto kidnaps Proserpina and

      Proserpina lives in the underworld with

      Pluto.

      CHANGE: Jupiter denies Pluto permission, but Pluto goes against Jupiter’s wishes and has to suffer Jupiter’s wrath.


    Activity1
    Activity

    IN YOUR GROUPS:

    • Choose a CAUSE in the story “Ceres and Prosperpina.”

    • Change what happens.

    • Show how that change will EFFECT the rest of the story.


    ad