Step 1:

Zeus has tasked you with choosing one of the gods or goddesses listed below and helping them to rediscover who they are.  Take a moment to click on each link and see which god or goddess you wish to help. Once you have chosen go to step two and discover what information it is important for you to find.

Step 2:

Use the links on this page to answer the questions on the Job Application about your chosen god or goddess. 

Meet the Greek Gods


Greek Myths for kids

Interactive Greece

The Pantheon of Gods

Greek God Family Tree

Remember Zeus's warning about proving that your research is not a trick of the Titan's. Use the citation sheets to cite each source you use. You must use a minimum of 3 sources to find the information you need.

You can download the application below.

Step 3:

Now that you know all about your god or goddess, their skills, powers, family and more. Help them to regain their knowledge and use their powers by creating a new myth about their lives.

The myth must be one page in length. It cannot use any modern items, places or people.

Make sure that you check your spelling, grammar and punctuation.

click here To see a quick power point that will help you write your myth. Then....

Click here to create a visual aid to help you write your myth.

Make sure your myth describes something in nature, gives the gods and goddesses human feelings and traits and involves some type of transformation.

All myths should be at least one page in length, double spaced. Make sure you use proper grammar, appropriate settings, dialoge and reference your research.

Often mythology will place one god or goddess in conflict with another. You can do this too BUT make sure you get the facts about both gods correct. DO YOUR RESEARCH.


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