Click on each link to read more about culture. What are they known for? This was exactly what the troublemaking Eris had hoped for. Apollo killed Python with his bare hands. The students will then find the answers to the prompted questions provided and collect information. He also made things out of clay, including living creatures.
He drove a golden chariot drawn by swans. But Hestia solved the whole problem very simply. Today, science can explain where rain comes from or why the seasons change. . While it is not the only way to explore the information, there is a worksheet that the students must fill out, answering detailed questions about the information.
The magical world of the ancient Greek gods was a world full of bickering and challenges and jealousies and fights and punishment and love. So one day Eris made a golden apple. We have seen your outstanding writing skills develop this year, and we have high hopes for your ability to put together an overview of Greek mythology for your parents. Ares liked to cause pain for others, but he whined and complained whenever he got hurt. But then Athena told them to taste the water. Once the students have collected the information, they will complete a creative poster outlining the information collected.
This appealed to Paris much more than the other offers did. You must print and fill out the Process 2 Handout linked in the Resources section above about the god or goddess that you choose. The sea god became angry and used his trident to start a terrible earthquake. Once you have completed Process 2, turn in to Edmodo before you proceed to Process 3. When Troy fought a terrible war against Greece, Poseidon supported the Greeks.
Meanwhile, Zeus could sneak away and do whatever he wanted. Below is a listing of the different webquests offered here. This was the Roman name for Poseidon, the god of the sea. The Parthenon once held a large statue of Athena. You can choose the other five. Answer these questions in sentences. In honor of Hestia, Greeks made sure that the fire never went out.
Aphrodite and her son Eros were in charge of making people and gods fall in love. He used this to start earthquakes or bring water out of the ground. The war between Greece and Troy was one of the worst ever fought, and even the gods joined in the battle. To access the interactive quest's teacher page click. For one thing, Zeus was always interested in other women. These tales come from the mouths of ancients and were spread from generation to generation. Once the people of a new city were looking for a god to watch over and protect them.
This interactive quest puts students in control of the Greek hero Theseus. She was often seen with an owl, so owls became a symbol of wisdom. You are about to begin a voyage of the grandest proportions. Then Hermes started playing the lyre. During this step of the webquest, you will choose one god or goddess to research.
There he fell in love with a mortal princess named Clito. For this final section of the webquest you will create a modern day god or goddess. He managed to cheat death time and time again. Many cultures have had gods of thunder and lightning. The giants wanted to rule the entire universe. But, many thousands of years ago humans wanted to understand the world around them, so they created gods and goddesses who ruled the universe, and invented stories that answered their questions. The baby Hermes liked the cattle and decided to steal them.
It was she who taught mortals how to build houses. Other gods had other jobs. When she was cheerful and the moon was bright, she was called Selene. Process 2 Handout Digging Deeper Please re-do. She was really in love with Ares, the god of war.