This is a lesson on Greek myths and Nigerian folk tales, how some stories refuse to die, and why that can sometimes be dangerous.

Objectives:

1) SWBAT describe the ways in which ways in which Greek myths and African folk stories have survived across the generations.

2) SWBAT describe the many places in which they will encounter mythological references in college and in life.

This resource is part of Unit 1: Belief Systems and the Social Studies 7 course.

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These are the objectives for the lesson "Stories that Refuse to Die." This resource is part of Unit 1: Belief Systems and the Social Studies 7 course.
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This is a Do Now worksheet for the "Stories that Refuse to Die" lesson. This resource is part of Unit 1: Belief Systems and the Social Studies 7 course.
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