Greek and Roman Mythology: Goddesses, Monsters, and Heroes

Sharyn Brooks Katzman [ view artist bio ]

Greek and Roman Mythology: Goddesses, Monsters, and Heroes


 As students act out ancient myths, they are encouraged to analyze and question today's presentations of heroism and evil. The mythology segment is successfully adapted to language and literature classes, science, civics, and art. Students love the dramatic presentations, but end up seeing the connections between classical and modern culture and why ancient goddesses appear on Nike sneakers!


To schedule this program please contact us at 816-531-4022 or by email at

Grade Levels: 3,4,5,6,7,8

Fees: $110 for 1 workshop; $95 each, for 2 or more workshops on the same day / The break between workshops must not exceed 90 minutes to receive the reduced rate.

Maximum Audience Size: 30

Availability: Monday-Thursday; Friday mornings

Program Length: 45 minutes

Location: At Your School

Teachers' Guide: Greek and Roman Mythology

Standards: 1.1 1.1 Knows how a culture's art works and artifacts reflect its values and beliefs.1.2 1.2 Knows how people of the past viewed the events that occurred within their worlds.1.6 1.6 Understands that group and cultural influences contribute to human development, identity, and behavior.1.7 1.7 Knows how a culture's rules reflect its values and beliefs.5.2 5.2 Knows what individuals and groups have played major roles in historical events and what were their aims, challenges and accomplishments.6.11 6.11 Understands the ways in which language is used in literary texts (e.g., personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia, simile, metaphor, imagery, hyperbole, beat, rhythm).11.2 & 15.1

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