1. Read up to page 71 in our copy of Gilgamesh.
If you weren't in school on Friday or didn't come by to pick up your copy of the text, try to borrow from a friend, or download from the library/internet (we're reading Herbert Mason's translation of Gilgamesh).
2. Make a map/timeline of Gilgamesh's journey in these pages. On your outline of his trip, record quotes (with page numbers!) describing the places he goes and the people he meets.
3. Typing Club!
Draft due Monday 2/13.
Minimum 3 paragraphs... break the body into multiple paragraphs as needed for smooth and clear flow of ideas.
Use the outline on the assignment sheet and the rubric on the back - they show you exactly what you need to do!
Task--> complete Step 3 of the mini-mastery assignment below (or click HERE to download it):
Hey guys, your completed myth tracker (key details from 10 different creation myths) is due at the end of class on Monday 2/6. While you'll have that class period to finish reading and recording information, you may need to work on a few myths this weekend.
All the myths we are looking at can be found HERE.
Gods & Heroes - world literature
This course dives into foundational legends and myths from around the world, investigating how societies have used story-telling to shape and transmit their identities and values. We will have the opportunity to do a comparative study of central texts and figures from a variety of ancient civilizations.