by: Dan McGibbon, South Cle Elum, Washington
Society tells us how to "act", "exist" and "be". We must LEARN for ourselves how to "interact", "coexist" and "become."
quote by: Gabrielle H., 11th Grade, Co-Existence Club Officer, Riverview High School - Sarasota, Florida
teacher: Dena Sturm
Thinking of a puzzle, I saw faces in the blank pieces. By adding eyes and different colors, each piece looked similar, yet different. Like those puzzle pieces, we are all different and unique, yet similar. When we fit together we can create a big, bright and beautiful picture of the world. Don’t look at the world with puzzled eyes, see through the lies and you will see, the world would not be without you and me.
Greek Mythology (1 Class Period)
Textbook Connection: Springboard & Collections 7th Grade
Standards: LAFS RL.1.2, LAFS RL.2.5, LAFS W.1.3, LAFS W.2.4, LAFS SL 1.1, LAFS SL 1.2, LAFS L 1.1, LAFS L 1.2
This Greek Mythology lesson uses the story of Arachne to bring together the lessons learned from ancient myths with artwork from today. The lesson can also be implemented with any Greek Myth.
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