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Heroes Are Made of This: Studying the Character of Heroes
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|Estimated Time||Six 50-minute sessions|
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March 22, 2011
Kia ora from Aotearoa New Zealand
Thanks for the great unit on villian and heroes. This has made me excited about my topic pertaining to the history of Maori. I am also going to ask students to make a villian or a hero and to present it.
Thanks heaps for the tips.
Ka mau te wehi - Awesome!!
March 09, 2011
I appreciate you posting this. I'm a frequent visitor to this website and I appreciate what I found here. I'm preparing for the Greek mythology unit and I believe I just found a great introduction to my unit. Big thank you to you and all those who have posted lessons here.
February 15, 2011
I'm starting a unit on an adapted play based on the Greek Myth of Theseus and the Minotaur, so it's a great introduction to the unit - thanks a bunch!
September 06, 2010
I am homeschooling my high school aged daughter and researching ways to teach the philosophy of Joseph Campbell and his study of myth. I was so excited to discover this lesson plan as I was getting overwhelmed with trying to plan my own curriculum. Thanks so much! This looks great and I'm really looking forward to studying this my daughter and two friends.
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