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According to the Greeks, we have seasons thanks to Demeter, Persephone, and Hades. But you may not know that the myth of seasons is really a myth about life, death, and rebirth. It is also one of the greatest love stories in Greek Mythology. It is a story about the love of a mother for her daughter and the love between Persephone and Hades. Don't b…
 
It seems as though every culture or mythological system has death myths. The preoccupation with the afterlife is something that has transferred very quickly into our modern world. We see it with the never-ending pursuit of that youthful glow. In Ancient Greece, Sisyphus's obsession over not dying led him to trick Gods, force his wife to not bury hi…
 
This is a serious episode today - more serious than I originally intended when I planned it. Today, I'm going to talk about whether or not we should censor mythology and things you should consider when choosing what myths to teach in your classroom. I've made this Google Doc of How I Map out My Year of Mythology to help you. In it, I have links to …
 
Are you teaching mythology, but don't know where to start or what to include for the time you have? In this episode, I outline what I would teach if I had 2 weeks, 1 month, 1 quarter, 1 semester, or a full year of teaching mythology. I've made this Google Doc of How I Map out My Year of Mythology to help you. In it, I have links to resources, websi…
 
Are you looking for resources for teaching Mythology? Do you need some help with how to get started teaching Mythology? Here are some of my favorite resources and tips for teaching mythology. I mention a ton of links in the show. I have the links below, but you can also get them at the Show Notes on my blog. Click here to get 3 Free Mythology Lesso…
 
I love looking for similarities in myths from around the world. The Myth of Pandora and the story of Eve both teach us that the Ancient World believed that the curiosity of the first women brought about all the evils in the world. Come with me and we explore the similarities of these two myths and I explain how a lesson on symbolism with the myth o…
 
The ancient Greeks had two different myths explaining the creation of man. The first being told by Hesiod, where he describes the four ages of men. The other myth involves Prometheus creating man to be like the Gods, stealing fire from the Gods, and incurring the wrath of Zeus. But both myths teach us about hierarchy in the ancient (and modern) wor…
 
Today I'm going to share with you a graduation speech that I gave a few years ago. There's something about high school graduations that are special. They're life events that your entire family gets involved in, in the community you have parties and barbecues. I have been in charge of graduations a two different schools - they are massive events and…
 
In today's episode, we continue the Greek Creation story. We left Zeus off on the island of Crete. As he grows stronger, Gaia whispers to Zeus to overthrow his father Kronos. With the help of a magic potion, a massive amount of vomiting, and the cyclopes, Zeus is able to overthrow Kronos in an epic battle called the Titanomachy. Additional Resource…
 
Today we're going to talk about the Greek creation story, a whole lot about castration ,and about cannibalism too. Hold on tight because the Greek creation is a wild story that is a little bit about creation and a whole lot about the gods, goddesses, and Titans that ruled the ancient world! Additional Resources Want my PowerPoint Slides to use in y…
 
The first day of class is probably always the worst day. You have to go over rules and procedures, answer questions about homework and grading, and force students to "get to know each other" through awkward ice-breaker games. Or do you? Here is my first day lesson plan for my mythology classes. Did I teach routines and procedures - sure, but they w…
 
Today I'm going to share with you my background and why I wanted to start a podcast. I've been in education for 15 years and was incredibly lucky to be a mythology teacher for several years in a high school. When I first started teaching, I was given some horrible advice about what to teach and what not to teach. And boy, am I grateful I didn't lis…
 
Welcome to the Teaching Mythology Podcast. This podcast is for teachers wanting to learn more about the myths, get ideas for lessons, and talk about the myths through a modern-day lens. I'd love to connect with you! Join me over at ... Instagram Facebook Teaching Mythology Facebook Group Website Check out my TPT Store I'd also love to send you my F…
 
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