7 th Grade ELA Pre-AP. INTRODUCTION TO GREEK MYTHOLOGY. I. What are Myths?. Myths : stories that use fantasy to express ideas about life that cannot easily be expressed in realistic terms.
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7th Grade ELA
Myths: stories that use fantasy to express ideas about life that cannot easily be expressed in realistic terms.
In Greek mythology, gods “did not create the universe… the universe created the gods” (Hamilton 24).
7. Athena (Minerva)
8. Apollo (Apollo)
9. Aphrodite (Venus)
10. Hermes (Mercury)
11. Artemis (Diana)
12. Hephaestus (Vulcan)
Choose your god or goddess for your “wanted” or “missing” poster.
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Zeus’s favorite daughter
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Goddess of Love and Beauty
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Goddess of the Wild Things, the moon, and crossways
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