4 edition of DAulaires Book of Greek Myths found in the catalog.
|Statement||Delacorte Books for Young Readers|
|Publishers||Delacorte Books for Young Readers|
|LC Classifications||March 1, 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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It also points out the many references to Greek mythology in the modern world. My kids have loved reading these stories and learning about the adventures of these characters. It captured their attention quickly though it can be difficult to keep everything straight. In-class typing is minimal for younger students and the instructor will make use of the microphones in class. Because they are everywhere in Western art and literature, Greek myths are the essential background for a classical education.
You can hardly read Shakespeare without them! Students will also need a USB headset microphone built-in microphones also work. The DAulaires Book of Greek Myths help with that, as do the reading notes section at the beginning of each lesson. Students will need to devote 30 minutes per day for this class.
Greek myths are timeless and universal stories that serve as archetypes for the human character and the search for the divine. You will want to read it to your family first and then let your children read the stories again and again. Students will learn famous names, key events, classical geography, vocabulary, and fact drills through the use of comprehension questions, memorization, vocabulary, drawing, and picture review. 63 While Rome illuminates the formation of governments and societies, Greece illuminates the human condition.
This is such an amazing set! This class will introduce your students to all sorts of characters through the entertaining and exaggerated stories DAulaires Book of Greek Myths the Greek gods.
Introduce your students to the kinds of characters they will surely meet in life through the entertaining and exaggerated stories of the Greek gods.
It is written simply and in a straight forward manner, and the illustrations are incredibly rich and well planned. Superbly written and illustrated, this classic introduces timeless tales that have enchanted people for thousands of years.
63 While Rome illuminates the formation of governments and societies, Greece illuminates the human condition.
The grade is based on participation, quizzes, and a final test.
You will want to read it to your family first and then let your children read the stories again and again.
Because they are everywhere in Western art and literature, Greek myths are the essential background for a classical education.
Grade Level: 3-5 Prerequisites: None Required Materials: Flashcards are optional.