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Tales with a moral to tell

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  • 1. Do Now..
    Read the 2 stories on the handout
    Turn to your partner and compare your anwers. What lessons did you learn from the myths you just read?
  • 2. Teaching a Life Lesson
    “Salmoneus”
    “Daedalus and Icarus”
  • 3. Writing Our Own Myth
    We have been collecting ideas in the WNB..
    Last week, we learned to collect ideas from nature!
  • 4. Today..
    We’re going to think about myth ideas that can teach a life lesson
  • 5. Salmoneus
  • 6. Daedalus and Icarus
  • 7. Work with a partner
    Think of different life lessons that you can use in your myth
    Brainstorm a list of as many life lessons as possible
  • 8. In your writing notebook..
    Choose one of the ideas you and your partner have brainstormed together
    Create your own story to teach this important lesson. You may alsoillustrate your work!
    Can this count as one of your “myth-related” entries? YES!