The Odyssey Lesson Plan 1 (9th Grade Day 59)
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Ninth graders explore The Odyssey. In this mythology lesson, 9th graders identify Greek gods and goddesses as they are introduced to Odysseus, an epic hero. Students write a four paragraph essay on the heroic ideal in The Odyssey.
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