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Title of the resource in english
Target and Age Group
6th - 12th grades/ 11-17 years old
Link to resource
Accessed on 25 June, 2020
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Ayelet Peer, Bar- Ilan University, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lisa Maurice, Bar-Ilan University, email@example.com
Rebecca Ray and Anna Warfield Storyboard That
Storyboard That is a group of artists, teachers, developers, and innovators based in historic Boston, MA who are enthusiastic about bringing digital storytelling to everyone, no matter who or where they are.
Contents & Purpose
The purpose of this activity is for students to get to know the basic qualities and stories associated with a given Olympian. A student will choose (or be assigned) one Olympian to describe on a poster (digitally but can also be a physical poster). The poster should include an illustration of the Olympian, associated myths and symbols, and explain his/her domain of power. Students should also summarize one of the myths associated with the Olympian.
This activity has students think critically about what the most important information to present about the god/goddess is. It also has students think about the best ways to present information and choose those when creating the visual representation.