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what do the buttons do
What do the buttons do?

This arrow button will take you to the next slide of information.

Click this arrow to continue

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directions
Directions
  • Read each slide carefully with information about Greek Gods, Goddesses, and Creatures.
  • Once you’ve read the information for each slide, click the “next arrow” to go to the next page. Don’t forget, there’s a “back arrow” if you want to look back.
  • After finishing every slide, take the quiz. Read each quiz question and select which answer you think is correct.
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The purpose of this study is to review facts about Greek Mythological Gods, Goddesses, and Creatures, comprehending characters from popular myths by reading and seeing images, both real and adapted from Disney’s Hercules , with a quiz at the end, getting at least 12 out of 15 questions correct to pass.

before we begin let s recall a little background information
Before we begin, let’s recall a little background information…
  • Where do the Gods and Goddesses live?
    • Mount Olympus: high up in the clouds, it is the home to many Gods and Goddesses.
    • The Underworld: where evil and lost souls lurk.
background information continued
Background information continued…
  • What is a God or Goddess?
    • Gods and Goddesses are known to have special powers. They each hold the key to how the world stays intact. They are said to be immortal, which means they can never die.
  • What is a mythological story?
    • Mythological stories were created thousands of years ago by the Greeks to explain the outcomes of the world. Just like fairy tales told today, Greek Mythologies have been passed down, their stories still taught and learned about today.
what do you want to explore first
What do you want to explore first?

Popular

Greek

Goddesses

Popular

Greek

Gods

Popular

Mythological

Creatures

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Zeus
  • Ruler of all the Gods
  • Seen as most powerful

and almighty

  • Uses lightning bolts
  • Father of Hercules
hades
Hades
  • Ruler of the Underworld
  • Seen as Evil
  • Collector of lost souls
  • Enemy of Zeus
hercules
Hercules
  • Handsome and heroic
  • Super human strength
  • Known for conquering all enemies
  • Half mortal (human) from birth
  • One of the most popular or well

known characters

apollo
Apollo
  • God of the Sun
  • Rode in a chariot, pulling

the sun across the sky every

morning

hermes
Hermes
  • Messenger to all the

Gods and Goddesses

  • Flew with winged hat

and winged sandals

  • Known for carrying his

staff with him everywhere

poseidon
Poseidon
  • God of the Sea
  • Carries a 3 pronged trident
  • Designed all sea creatures
  • Force causing all earthquakes
what do you want to explore next
What do you want to explore next?

Popular

Greek

Goddesses

Popular

Greek

Gods

Popular

Mythological

Creatures

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Hera
  • Wife of Zeus
  • Very powerful woman
  • Seen as woman leader
  • Symbol is a peacock
medusa
Medusa
  • Known as being evil with powers
  • Head with hair full of snakes
  • Her gaze will turn you to stone
  • Eventually beheaded
aphrodite
Aphrodite
  • Goddess of love and

beauty

  • Seen as most beautiful

Goddess

  • Perfect, gorgeous,

eternal beauty

  • Potent sexual

attractiveness

the fates
The Fates
  • 3 Goddesses who controlled the human life span
  • Determined when and if humans died
  • Names: Clotho, spun web of life, Lachesis, measured length, and Atropos, cut string of life
athena
Athena
  • Powerful woman warrior
  • Also a peacemaker
  • Known for her shield and

helmet, along with

an owl

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Echo
  • A mountain nymph (young, sexually desirable)
  • Distracted Hera, allowing Zeus

to cause trouble

  • Hera took away Echo’s ability to talk
  • All she could repeat are the last

words of others

  • Withered away until only her voice remained
  • Where term “echo” comes from today
what do you want to explore next1
What do you want to explore next?

Popular

Greek

Goddesses

Popular

Greek

Gods

Popular

Mythological

Creatures

pegasus
Pegasus
  • Beautiful winged horse
  • Born from the blood of Medusa’s

head after it was cut off

cyclops
Cyclops
  • Creature(s) with one eye in the middle of its forehead
  • Extremely large, robust, and seen as evil creature
sphinx
Sphinx
  • Creature with the body of a lion and the head of a human
  • Also has wings for flying
centaur
Centaur
  • Creature with the body of a horse and the torso of a man
  • Physically strong creature
  • Can be ridden like a horse

for transportation

minotaur
Minotaur
  • Creature with the body of

a man and the head

of a bull

  • Extremely monstrous
  • Kills and eats humans
lernaean hydra
Lernaean Hydra
  • Giant water serpent
  • Has 9 heads
  • For each head cut off,

2 more grow back

  • Killed by Hercules
question 1
Question 1

Where do the Gods and Goddesses live?

A. Mount Everest

B. Mount Fuji

C. Mount Olympus

D. The Underworld

correct
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

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Oops!

Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

before we begin let s recall a little background information1
Before we begin, let’s recall a little background information…
  • Where do the Gods and Goddesses live?
    • Mount Olympus: high up in the clouds is the home to many Gods and Goddesses.
    • The Underworld: where evil and lost souls lurk.

Return to question

question 2
Question 2

Who was Zeus?

A. Ruler of the Gods

B. Ruler of the Underworld

C. God of the Sun

D. Messenger to the Gods

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Oops!

Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

slide38
Zeus
  • Ruler of all the Gods
  • Seen as most powerful

and almighty

  • Uses lightning bolts
  • Father of Hercules

Return to question

correct1
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 3
Question 3

Who was the wife of Zeus?

A. Medusa

B. Aphrodite

C. Hera

D. Athena

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Hera
  • Wife of Zeus
  • Very powerful woman
  • Seen as woman leader
  • Symbol is a peacock

Return to question

correct2
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 4
Question 4

Who was Pegasus?

A. A horse

B. A goat

C. A winged horse

D. A winged goat

slide45
Oops!

Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

pegasus1
Pegasus
  • Beautiful winged horse
  • Born from the blood of Medusa’s

head after it was cut off

Return to question

correct3
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 5
Question 5

How many eye(s) did Cyclops have?

A. One (1)

B. Two (2)

C. Three (3)

D. Four (4)

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Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

cyclops1
Cyclops
  • Creature(s) with one eye in the middle of forehead
  • Extremely large, robust, and seen as evil creature

Return to question

correct4
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 6
Question 6

Which creature is a Centaur?

A. Body of a lion and head of a human

B. Body of a horse and torso of a man

C. Body of a man and head of a bull

D. None of the above

slide53
Oops!

Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

centaur1
Centaur
  • Creature with the body of a horse and the torso of a man
  • Physically strong creature
  • Can be ridden like a horse

for transportation

Return to question

correct5
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 7
Question 7

How many heads did the Lernaean Hydra have before any were cut off?

A. Three (3)

B. Six (6)

C. Nine (9)

D. Twelve (12)

slide57
Oops!

Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

lernaean hydra1
Lernaean Hydra
  • Giant water serpent
  • Has 9 heads
  • For each head cut off,

2 more grow back

  • Killed by Hercules

Return to question

correct6
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 8
Question 8

How did Hermes deliver messages to the Gods and Goddesses?

A. His winged hat

B. His winged sandals

C. Both A and B

D. Running

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Oops!

Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

hermes1
Hermes
  • Messenger to all the

Gods and Goddesses

  • Flew with winged hat

and winged sandals

  • Known for carrying his

staff with him everywhere

Return to question

correct7
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 9
Question 9

What was Medusa’s hair made of?

A. Normal hair

B. Snakes

C. Crabs

D. Seaweed

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Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

medusa1
Medusa
  • Known as being evil with powers
  • Head with hair full of snakes
  • Her gaze will turn you to stone
  • Eventually beheaded

Return to question

correct8
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 10
Question 10

True or False

Medusa’s gaze would turn you into stone?

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medusa2
Medusa
  • Known as being evil with powers
  • Head with hair full of snakes
  • Her gaze will turn you to stone
  • Eventually beheaded

Return to question

correct9
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 11
Question 11

Who was said to be the most beautiful woman and the Goddess of Love?

A. Hera

B. Athena

C. Echo

D. Aphrodite

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aphrodite1
Aphrodite
  • Goddess of love and

beauty

  • Seen as most beautiful

Goddess

  • Perfect, gorgeous,

eternal beauty

  • Potent sexual

attractiveness

Return to question

correct10
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 12
Question 12

How many of the Fates were there?

A. Four (4)

B. Three (3)

C. Seven (7)

D. Five (5)

slide77
Oops!

Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

the fates1
The Fates
  • 3 Goddesses who controlled human life span
  • Determined when and if humans died
  • Names: Clotho, spun web of life, Lachesis, measured length, and Atropos, cut string of life

Return to question

correct11
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 13
Question 13

True or False

The definition of the word “echo” comes from the mythological character Echo?

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Echo
  • A mountain nymph (young, sexually desirable)
  • Distracted Hera, allowing Zeus

to cause trouble

  • Hera took away Echo’s ability to talk
  • All she could repeat are the last

words of others

  • Withered away until only her voice remained
  • Where term “echo” comes from today

Return to question

correct12
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 14
Question 14

Who was the ruler of the Underworld?

A. The Fates

B. Zeus

C. Aphrodite

D. Hades

slide85
Oops!

Oh no! You’re headed towards The Underworld. Look back here if you need help to get to Mount Olympus.

hades1
Hades
  • Ruler of the Underworld
  • Seen as Evil
  • Collector of lost souls
  • Enemy of Zeus

Return to question

correct13
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

question 15
Question 15

Which characteristics describe Hercules?

A. Half mortal

B. Super strength

C. Handsome and heroic

D. All of the above

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hercules1
Hercules
  • Handsome and heroic
  • Super human strength
  • Known for conquering all enemies
  • Half mortal (human) from birth
  • One of most popular or well known

characters

Return to question

correct14
Correct!

Congratulations! You’re soaring high on Mount Olympus!

Continue with quiz

congratulations
Congratulations!

You’ve finished the quiz! Awesome job! You’re now the God or Goddess of Greek Mythology Facts!

Click to retake quiz

image references
Image References
  • http://disney.wikia.com
  • http://unrealitymag.com/index.php/2009/07/09/unreal-power-rankings-animated-disney-villains/
  • http://www.pantheon.org/areas/gallery/mythology/europe/greek/zeus.html
  • http://www.disneyclips.com/
  • http://www.logoi.com/pastimages/hercules.html
  • http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/1400/1463/hermes_1.htm
  • http://www.greek-islands.us/greek-gods/poseidon/
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Hera_Campana_Louvre_Ma2283.jpg
  • http://eaps.mit.edu/medusa/people.html
  • http://www.vroma.org/~araia/lachesis.html
  • http://www.thornefeather.com/echo.html
  • http://cyclopsandfriends.blogspot.com/2009/09/disney-animated-one-eyes.html
  • http://ancientegypt3.blogspot.com/
  • http://www.eaudrey.com/myth/centaurs.htm
  • http://thecoloringspot.com/mythical/mythical-creatures-coloring-pages-5.html
  • http://www.bownet.org/dwheeler/
now that you ve completed
Now that you’ve completed…

After finishing, you’ve now gotten a better understanding of Greek Mythology and some of the most popular characters from different myths.

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