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Create your own mythical character!. Your homework task this week is to create a mythical character with a partner. Creating your character – We don’t just want a 1 dimensional character. We want you to be as creative as you can. Make this character into a real person. Ideas:

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Create your own mythical character!

Your homework task this week is to create a mythical character with a partner.

Creating your character –

We don’t just want a 1 dimensional character. We want you to be as creative as you can. Make this character into a real person.

Ideas:

  • Picture – obviously you need to show us what your character looks like. There can be more then one picture. Can you also think of any more imaginative ways of portraying your character?

  • History – In order to make your character a more rounded person, you need to develop a history of the character. Family? Growing up? Links to other famous characters (e.g. links to Greek myths, Zeus’s son, etc…)? Adventures battles they have been on? Family tree?

  • Stories – I would like you to write a story(ies) about your character – it could use ideas from existing myths (e.g. your character was the son of Hercules and Athena?) but has to have some originality.

  • Organisation – Organisation and planning is key for this project. You will have Wednesday in class on this project so come Monday, everything needs to be completed and finished. As a result, you really need to plan, organise and communicate with your partner to ensure you know what each of your responsibilities will be. It might even be a good idea to email each other updates or other ideas which you have.

  • On Monday there will be NO time to finish work – you will show your work to the class.

    ID6 – This piece of work will go on display outside the classroom. However, I would also like a record of whatever work you complete to go inside your IPC books. Think about what work you can duplicate.


  • By the end of the session you must have thought about:

  • Who is the character you are creating? Both of you should have a clear idea of the character:

    • History

    • Family links

    • Personality

    • Appearance ideas

    • Are there any links to other pre-existing characters in myths/legends?

    • Any other info?

  • Have you started to think about what sort of tasks each person will be doing for the project?

  • Does you both know what you will have to do during lesson time on Wednesday?

  • Have you created a timeline for the project? What needs to be completed when?


  • http://myths.e2bn.org/create/ - Story creator online

    http://www.ugo.com/games/superhero-generator-heromachine-2-5 - maybe useful for creating ideas for appearance/etc…

    http://teacher.scholastic.com/writewit/mff/mythswshop_index.htm - a good guide for writing your own mythical stories. Follow the ‘next’button on the website.

    http://myths.e2bn.org/create/ - Story creator online

    http://www.ugo.com/games/superhero-generator-heromachine-2-5 - maybe useful for creating ideas for appearance/etc…

    http://teacher.scholastic.com/writewit/mff/mythswshop_index.htm - a good guide for writing your own mythical stories. Follow the ‘next’button on the website.


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