Reflection: Advanced Students Mythology Jigsaw: Compare & Contrast - Section 2: Expert Groups


Although students are given a choice in what to read in this lesson, I do keep in mind that "Athene's City" is the most challenging text and I may direct students toward or away from this one based on reading level.

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  Advanced Students: Complex Text
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Mythology Jigsaw: Compare & Contrast

Unit 11: Mythology
Lesson 4 of 16

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate comprehension by comparing and contrasting myths. Students will contribute to a discussion by reviewing key ideas and present findings clearly to an audience.

Big Idea: A flying horse? Spiders? A duel? Which myth do you want to read?

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