Reflection: Parent Communication Greek Mythology - Writing My Own Myth - Section 3: Writing a Myth

 

I love to share positive things that are going on in our classroom with parents.  It seems that far to often in the education world the only contact a parent receives is when there is a problem.  One way that I make sure every parent receives positive communication at least once during the year is I buy a pre-address postcards with each student's mailing address.  Then throughout the year as I see something positive with a student, I pull out the postcard and send it to the parents.  This lets me know who still needs a postcard sent home and ensures they all get one by the end of the year.  

I sent a few postcards today because I was so impressed with the writing on some of the student myths.  They may not have been lengthy, but the content was impressive. 

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Greek Mythology - Writing My Own Myth

Unit 7: Greek Mythology Madness!
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT write a myth using at least two characters we have learned about from Greek Mythology.

Big Idea: In this lesson, the students will get to compose their own myth using at least two characters we have learned about from Greek Mythology.

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