Greek Mythology - Modern Adaptation
Updated: 2/26/2019
Greek Mythology - Modern Adaptation
You can find this storyboard in the following articles and resources:
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Have you ever wondered where some of these sayings came from: "He has the Midas touch", "You have to find their Achilles heel", or "Don't be fooled by a Trojan horse!" Well, all these sayings, and many more, come from ancient Greek myths. Ancient Greek is the root of many English words and phrases, and their culture has famous portrayals of themes and stories that are still relevant today. No matter how much time has passed, the lessons of these literary works remain important in today's age.
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Greek Mythology

Storyboard Description

Greek Mythology lesson plan using Modern Adaptation. Create fun comics to help further understanding of adaptations, parody, and satire.

Storyboard Text

  • NAME
  • "Teacherus Englian"
  • ATTRIBUTES
  • Domain: School
  • Power: Grades
  • A+
  • STORY
  • Spawned from a locker a long time ago, daughter of Hermes and Athena, Teacherus Englian was born. She has all schools in her domain, and she controls all the creatures of the hallways including the elusive Studentians. Her power over these creatures holds them in line, for they fear her ability to call the powers of the parentials. However, the Studentians knew her weakness and one day hid her magical Coffee of Olympus rendering her paralyzed..... To be continued.
  • MY GREEK GOD
  • Symbol: The Red Pen
  • Weakness: Coffee