- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 123
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryExperienced instructors created this teacher resource course on myths and legends to help you effectively teach your students about these subjects. Create your curriculum or modify what you already have using the mobile-friendly materials, including lesson plans, engaging videos, and interactive resources, which are accessible here 24/7.
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About This Course
In this course, you'll find lesson plans and other teacher resources to help you teach about myths and legends. Our plans cover fairy tales, folklore and fables, Greek mythology and the legend of King Arthur. Use these engaging materials to update your literature curriculum; they can be accessed online anytime and from anywhere.
How It Works
Quickly and easily work on your literature curriculum by accessing the chapters that cover the lesson plans you're interested in reviewing. Comprised of short lessons and videos, as well as assessment quizzes and tests, each lesson plan is designed for immediate use in the classroom.
Utilize the following resources when planing your curriculum:
- Lesson plans on legends and myths designed by our expert instructors
- Video lessons to capture your students' attention
- Printable lesson transcripts for use as handouts and study guides
- Quizzes and tests for student assessment
- Resources to bring these legends and myths to life
How It Helps
- Saves time: Rather than write and research all your own lesson plans and curriculum, simply use this material to suit your needs.
- Promotes engagement: In addition to the interesting videos included here, you can use these myth and legend resources to construct games, activities and other attention-grabbing classroom resources.
- Boosts confidence: Knowing that all of your myth and legend curriculum meets educational standards will take the stress out of lesson planning.
This course covers the following topics:
- Teaching folklore and fables
- Teaching fairy tales
- Greek mythology
- King Arthur
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