For the Greek Project this year, you will “become” a god or goddess. Use the questions below to help in your research of your god/goddess.
- Name of your god/goddess?
- For each “Greek” god/goddess – there is also a “Roman” god/goddess – what is the Roman name for your god/goddess?
- Family tree? Who are they related to?
- Where does the character come from?
- What are the superhuman qualities, strengths or talents he/she possesses?
- What symbols represent your god/goddess?
- What are the personality quirks or flaws?
- Give a brief summary of the myth related to your god/goddess.
- What is the outcome of the story.
- What moral lesson does he/she teach (if any?)
Below is a list of websites you may use to obtain information on your God/Goddess Ancient Greece Hotlist: Mythology
contains an encyclopedia, highlights several gods and heroes
contains myths (stories) and background on select gods
encyclopedia; charts attributes, symbols, etc. of gods
Elementary readings of select gods
You will be responsible for presenting your god/goddess to the entire sixth grade class.
For your presentation you will dress in costume to represent/mimic your god/goddess.
You will be graded on Public Speaking:
- Eye contact
- Body posture
You will receive a separate grade for costume:
- Overall Appearance