Gifted/Pre-AP GREEK FACEBOOK PAGE PROJECT DUE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19th You are going to use your imagination to create a mythological Greek figure (god, creature, hero, etc.) and then design a Facebook page about them. You need to complete the following requirements: Requirements Points Possible Stage 1- Use your imagination to create your own god/goddess (use template I gave you in class) Your story should be 3-5 paragraph summary about how your imagined character (5-8 sentences each) collaborated with another god to create a geological feature. Your writing should reflect what their personalities were like, how they may have affected Greek culture, etc. This needs to be in your own words and from your figure’s point of view (1st-person). *Please reference the guidelines that I provided which are located on the class website Oral Presentation – must be 2-3 minutes, you should be in character and allow your figure’s personality shine through. Tell us about your adventures and information about your life. Explain these as if you actually experienced them. Costumes and props are permitted but not required Facebook Wall: Write 5 status updates that your figure might have written about themselves and their daily life. Example: “What a day! I turned 5 men into stone today with just one look! I rock!” Then write 5 comments that OTHER mythological figures might say about your person and their status updates. Example: “Hey Medusa! You go girl! Those guys had it coming!- Love, the Minotaur.” Photos- include at least 1 drawn or printed pictures of your person Likes Section- Write at least 5 activities, songs, books, movies, etc, that your person would like today. Example: The sea god Poseidon would enjoy the movie Poseidon because it’s about a tidal wave that wrecks a cruise ship. (10 points) 10 20 Sources List- make a list of your research sources. (10 points) 10 Your poster must be neat, colorful, and presentable. (10 points) 10 10 25 15 10 Points Received You will need either a large piece of poster board or a science board. Here is an example of what the poster might look like facebook.com Name of Figure My Wall Picture Info Page Comment Comment Comment Comment Comment Picture My Likes Section Partial List of Greek gods/goddesses whom you could include in your myth with your character: Zeus, king of the gods Hera, queen of the gods Poseidon, god of the sea Hades, god of the underworld Demeter, goddess of agriculture Hestia, goddess of the hearth Hermes, messenger god Athena, goddess of wisdom Apollo, god of the sun Artemis, goddess of the moon Ares, god of war Aphrodite, goddess of love Hephaestus, god of metalworking RESEARCH PAGE Use the chart below to organize your researched information for your myth Name of your mythological figure with whom you will collaborate Personality – list traits and then determine how these two personality types will work together. Match made in heaven…or double trouble? Possible effects on Greek or present-day society (Example: Achilles’ heel/tendon) What geological feature are they creating? How are they going to do that? Why? Was it on purpose or an accident? How do they feel about what they did? How will this creation effect Greek culture – positively, negatively, or not at all? Why or why not?