Step 1: Start by taking this personality quiz to find out which Greek god/goddess you are most like.
NOTE: This is a SILLY QUIZ. Do not be offended with whatever god/goddess you get.
Which Greek God/Goddess are you? Personality quiz (Links to an external site.)
Step 2: After you find your God/Goddess from the quiz above, use these links to find out about them: (You will want to take notes on the information you learn in the links. This will help you out with step 3.)
https://greece.mrdonn.org/greekgods/12olympians.html (Links to an external site.)
https://www.infoplease.com/arts-entertainment/mythology/olympian-gods-and-goddesses (Links to an external site.)
Step 3: Choose ONE of the following projects to complete with the information you've learned about your god/goddess:
- Create a playlist of songs related to your god/goddess. These songs must be connected to the information you learned about your god/goddess. You will need a minimum of 10 songs. You must include the song title, artist, and a description of why that song connects to your god/goddess. You may use a program or an app of your choice to show these details. You will turn in your playlist and song explanations to your teacher.
- Create an original myth. The god/goddess you are most like should be your main character. You should use details from the information you learned about your god/goddess to create a story. Myths often explain how something was created or explain how gods connected to each other. You may use a program or app of your choice to write your myth. You will submit your myth to your teacher.
- Draw a comic strip about your god/goddess and tell their story through art. Your comic strip must have a minimum of 10 frames. You should use details from the information you learned about your god/goddess to create this comic strip. You can use paper/pencil and take a screen shot to send to your teacher or you can use a program/app (such as Toontastic in app store) to create your comic strip and turn in to your teacher.
- Pretend you are your Greek god/goddess. You now find yourself in Kansas City TODAY and must start a business based on your skills to support yourself in today's society. You should use details from the information you learned about your god/goddess to come up with a business connected to your god/goddess. First, your business needs a name and a logo. Then, you need an advertisement: write a script for a television commercial OR create a magazine advertisement for your god/goddess’ business. You can use paper or program/app of your choice. You will turn in your name, logo, and ad to your teacher.
Step 4: Turn in your completed project through Canvas.