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Greek Mythology

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Gods and goddesses are human in appearance
Athena was a ______. goddess
Do gods and goddesses every get old? NO
What kind of abilities do gods and goddesses possess? supernatural
How far can gods and goddesses travel? They can travel long distances instantly!
Athena disguised herself as__________. a woman
What did Athena turn Arachne into? a spider
What is the major conflict in this myth? conflict between characters or between characters and nature.
What is the source of Arachne and Athena's conflict? who is the better weaver
What are myths? ancient stories that usually explain how something in nature came to be
What does the Arachne myth explain? why spiders came to be
What is the purpose of a myth? to teach a moral lesson
What does a moral lesson teach us? how we should behave and how we should treat others
The myth of Arachne teaches us not to be arrogant or _______. boastful
How does the Arachne myth relate to you? Most people have been arrogant or boastful before.
What do you want to look for when you are reading a myth? Does the myth explain how something came to be, and if so, what?
Created by: NanaGrey