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Download the Study Pack. Lesson Plan. Underworld Lesson Plans contain pages of teaching material, including:. Underworld Lesson Plans Introduction. Lesson Calendar. Chapter Abstracts. Character Descriptions. Object Descriptions. Daily Lessons.
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Multiple Choice. Multiple Choice Key. Download and print the provided Five Ws Chart. Have each student bring their copy to the matinee program and take notes. Have students share and discuss their notes after the show. Use the Explorer Comparisons worksheet and have a class discussion to help students make connections between themselves and Guillermo de Anda. Distribute the worksheet to students before the presentation and review the directions with them. Review any terms with which that they are unfamiliar with. After the presentation, have students share the notes that they took during the show.
Have a class discussion about attitudes and skills and how students demonstrate them in their everyday lives.
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Have students record their personal examples on the worksheet. Review the continents, countries, or areas that the speaker presented. Ask: What continents, countries, or areas does the speaker work in? Have younger students imagine that these places were characters in the stories that Guillermo de Anda shared. Why was location important to the story? How did the characteristics of the place influence the story? Note: You may need to introduce the concept of place for your students before they can answer and discuss these questions.
Discuss and define any unfamiliar terminology that the speaker used. Ask: What vocabulary words did Guillermo de Anda use that were new to you? Invite volunteers to write the words on the board, and have the class define them as a group using the information they learned from the speaker or through research.
If desired, have students record unfamiliar terminology during the show on one-half of a T Chart. Then, have them write the definitions on the other side following this class discussion. Have a class discussion about the attitudes National Geographic explorers embody.
Ask: What attitudes did Guillermo de Anda talk about today? In what ways does Guillermo de Anda demonstrate curiosity, responsibility, empowerment, and persistence in his work? Why do you think these attitudes are important for explorers?
Students can use their Five Ws Chart for reference and a graphic organizer to organize their ideas. Throughout the unit, students participate in learning activities from which they may select items they have created to place in their scrapbooks. For example, if a student's assigned goddess is Persephone, that student could include a character map, flowers, a drawing of Persephone, a newspaper article telling of her kidnapping, postcards from the underworld, a mock marriage certificate for Persephone and Hades, or creative diary entries from Persephone's point of view.
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The Teacher Store Cart. Checkout Now. Grades 1—2 , 3—5 , 6—8. Title: Mythology Overview Mythological stories can be traced across continents and back to the beginning of time. Objective Students will:.
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