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Pick pandora

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Pick pandora

  1. 1. Pandora’s Box Pandora’s Box possesses a variety of underlining morals. Some are deception, curiosity, revenge, and evil. That is one reason why I picked this poem. It is able to adapt to several different areas of content. I can use it in teaching all of the life lessons that are associated with deception, revenge and curiosity. In addition, I can use it to find out what the students views are on disease, greed, death, cruelty and war (the evils released from Pandora’s Box). I can turn it into an art project where the students create their own Box of secrets. I can use it in history to teach about the Greek gods. I really enjoy this story and it is able to adapt to a variety of places. Consequently, I can use it in all of the grade levels.

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