Star-Crossed Lovers Project



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Star-Crossed Lovers Project

Each student may work with a partner for this project. You will be teaching one of the love stories to the class. All love stories will be covered on the test over the mythological love stories.

-You may need multiple sources in order to tell the WHOLE story, including your book.

-Each presentation will tell the story of the lovers and explain any significance.

-Each presentation will include a visual aid (PowerPoint Presentation/Poster/props/Skit/Video)

-You must turn in a bibliography (MLA FORMAT).

-Each presentation should include an activity of some kind to help learn the material. This may be a worksheet, a game, quiz, etc. BE ORIGINAL!

B

Presentation = 100 points

You’ll be graded on creativity, neatness, knowledge, presentation, your activity, and visual.

Scoring Guide

Bibliography /10 points

Visual /25 points

Presentation/knowledge /30 points

Handout/knowledge /25 points

Creativity/Neatness /10 Points

= ______ /100 points
E CREATIVE!

Selection:



  1. Aurora and Tithonus (304)

  2. Pyramus and Thisbe (Chpt. 6)

  3. Orpheus and Eurydice (Chpt. 6)

  4. Ceyx and Alcyone (Chpt. 6)

  5. Pygmalion and Galatea (Chpt. 6)

  6. Baucis and Philemon (chpt. 6)

  7. Endymion and Selene (chpt. 6)

  8. Daphne and Apollo (chpt. 6)
  9. Alpheus and Arethusa (chpt. 6)


  10. Hero and Leander (p. 307)

  11. Atalanta and Hippomenes (184)

  12. Pomona and Vertumnus (p. 299)

  13. Idas and Marpessa (309)

  14. Nisus and Scylla (310)

  15. Orion and the Pleiades (311) & Orithyia and Boreas (286)

  16. Orion and Artemis (311)

  17. Zeus and Callisto (303)

  18. Glaucus and Scylla (296)

  19. The Danaids (295)

  20. Coronis and Apollo (293)—Aesculapius

  21. Erysichthon—298 (For the love of trees and father)

  22. Clytie and the Sun-god (305-306) & Dryope (For the love of trees)

  23. Procne and Philomela –283 (Tale of Two Sisters)

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  1. Aurora and Tithonus (304)
  2. Pyramus and Thisbe (Chpt. 6)


  3. Orpheus and Eurydice (Chpt. 6)

  4. Ceyx and Alcyone (Chpt. 6)

  5. Pygmalion and Galatea (Chpt. 6)

  6. Baucis and Philemon (chpt. 6)

  7. Endymion and Selene (chpt. 6)

  8. Daphne and Apollo (chpt. 6)

  9. Alpheus and Arethusa (chpt. 6)

  10. Hero and Leander (p. 307)

  11. Atalanta and Hippomenes (184)

  12. Pomona and Vertumnus (p. 299)

  13. Idas and Marpessa (309)

  14. Nisus and Scylla (310)

  15. Orion and the Pleiades (311) & Orithyia and Boreas (286)

  16. Orion and Artemis (311)

  17. Zeus and Callisto (303)

  18. Glaucus and Scylla (296)

  19. The Danaids (295)

  20. Coronis and Apollo (293)—Aesculapius

  21. Erysichthon—298 (For the love of trees and father)

  22. Clytie and the Sun-god (305-306) & Dryope (For the love of trees)

  23. Procne and Philomela –283 (Tale of Two Sisters)




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