Reflection: Real World Applications "Arachne" - Section 1: Prompt


Although some students did not know the term “arrogant,” after defining the word as a class, students enthusiastically wrote about their own experiences and willing shared their experiences of "arrogant" people.   They had strong opinions about these types of situations.  It was enjoyable on my part to see students getting so involved in a discussion.

  Arrogant Situations
  Real World Applications: Arrogant Situations
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Unit 1: Folklore
Lesson 8 of 15

Objective: SWBAT discuss the myth, “Arachne,” relating it to literary terms previously learned (theme, characterization, symbolism). They will also be able to relate theme to their own experiences.

Big Idea: What happens when you insult a god?

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