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LESSON 11.2. BELIEFS AND CUSTOMS OF ANCIENT GREECE PAGE 360. Essential Question 1 p. 361. What was Greek religion like? Read p.361 by yourself Complete a Graphic Organizer of your choice to answer this question Think-Pair-Share. Read page 362 to find out what a myth is.

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Lesson 11 2
LESSON 11.2

  • BELIEFS AND CUSTOMS OF ANCIENT GREECE

  • PAGE 360


Essential question 1 p 361
Essential Question 1 p. 361

  • What was Greek religion like?

  • Read p.361 by yourself

  • Complete a Graphic Organizer of your choice to answer this question

  • Think-Pair-Share


Read page 362 to find out what a myth is
Read page 362 to find out what a myth is.

  • Read the top section of page 362.

  • Write a paragraph describing what a myth is.

  • Tell what it is, why Greeks used them, give examples of Greek Myths and any extra information.


Essential question 2
Essential Question #2

  • Read pages 362-363 with your 12:00 0'clock partner.

  • Write a paragraph explaining how the Greeks honored their gods. Be sure to include details about holy festivals and the Olympics.

  • In a sentence explain who Athena was.


Early greek literature pages 364 365
Early Greek LiteraturePages 364-365

  • Besides stories about gods, the Greeks also told stories about their ancient heroes. Much of what we know about the early Greeks comes from stories passed down through generations. This was done through the use of epic poems. According to tradition, a blind man, Homer, composed the most famous epics.


Epics of homer p 364
Epics of Homer p. 364

  • Explain what the Illiad is using complete sentences.

  • Who was Achilles?

  • Homer also wrote the Odyssey. Describe what the story was about using a box and bullets (graphic Organizer).


Aesop s fables
Aesop's Fables

  • What is a fable?

  • Explain one of Aesop's Fables.


Critical thinking
CRITICAL THINKING

  • WHAT LESSON MIGHT THE GREEKS HAVE LEARNED FROM THE MYTH OF PROMETHEUS?


Vocabulary 11 2 p 361
Vocabulary 11.2 p. 361

  • Use the new vocabulary template to complete all vocabulary words. Neat and with color! Use your book.