Final Project for The Lightning ThiefBy Rick Riordan<br />Mrs. Fukushima’s <br />6th Grade English Class<br />
The Assignment:<br />We’ve just finished our unit on Greek Mythology, ending the unit with the reading of the book, The Lightning Thief . <br />We’ve discussed why the Greeks created the gods and goddesses (to explain natural occurrences and human behavior), but WHO were they? <br />Your job is to become an expert on a greek god/goddess and give their significance to the ancient Greeks. <br />www.onlinegamesinn.com/showgame3890/Gods%20War<br />
What is expected?<br />You will research your assigned god/goddess using the literature found in our class AND the internet. <br />Following the list provided for you, you are to create a Power Point presentation of the information you found.<br />www.wordchowder.com/Greek_Mythology.html<br />www.flickr.com/photos/neobloom/1383306303/<br />
Order of slides<br />Title page, your name(s), class period<br />God/goddess of what? Explain. Roman name, symbols that represent your person.<br />Family Tree: Child of? Parent of?<br />Personality: Based on what you read, draw your own conclusions. Tell what kind of personality your person had (jealous, spiteful, caring, etc…). Provide examples.<br />
Offerings? What was offered and why? <br />Summarize a myth of your god/goddess.<br />Any other facts or tidbits that you found interesting.<br />Bibliography (book reference pages, web sites where information and pictures were found)<br />You should have at least 8 slides in your power point<br />Order of slides continued<br />
Make it pleasing to the eyes!<br />Each slide you create must have some sort of graphic (picture) that relates to the information on the slide.<br />You can animate each slide (but DO NOT time them – questions may arise during the presentation!)<br />
Timeline and Due Dates<br />You have one week to complete this task.<br /><ul><li>Day One: (In class) Gather info found in class literature.
Day Two through Five: (Tech Town) Research more information and then start and finish your Power Point. Use the internet to gather any other information you need, as well as any graphics for your slides.</li></ul>GOOD LUCK! <br />
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