Daily Lessons for Teaching The Power of Myth

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Lesson 1 (from Chapter I, Myth and the Modern World)

Objective

Chapter I, Myth and the Modern World

The students will be able to identify and describe relationships.

Lesson

Possible Activities:

• Have the students create a Fish Bone graphic organizer showing the relationships between the myths and culture.

• Have the students work in pairs to categorize and arrange the events (i.e. myths and legends) into items which have a direct relationship with another.

• Have the students write a paragraph explaining how Campbell defines the function of mythology.

Homework:

Describe a relationship in real life which you believe is unhealthy.

Challenge:

Write an essay explaining the dynamics of the relationships within your family.

Lesson 2 (from Chapter I, Myth and the Modern World)

Objective

Chapter I, Myth and the Modern World

The students will be able to understand and define pertinent vocabulary.

Lesson

Possible Activities:

• Have the students identify at least five key vocabulary words which are critical for any reader to understand in order to...

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