Do you feel totally clueless when it comes to Greek Mythology? Do you often say to yourself: "It's all Greek to me"? You were supposed to learn this stuff in school but classical mythology isn't really taught anymore in elementary or secondary schools. This basic self-paced course can help.
Greek Mythology will give you an overview of the huge collection of stories explaining the creation of the world and the lives of the gods, goddesses, heroes and heroines. The scope of the Greek myths is astounding. Starting with the birth of the world, through bloody wars like
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- Accredited CEUs
- Define Greek Mythology.
- Describe the gods and early heroes in mythology.
- Describe the great heroes during the trojan war.
- Summarize stories of love in mythology.
- Describe famous greek mythology families and their cities.
- Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
|Introduction Assignment: Reasons for Taking a Mythology Course||10 points|
|Defining Myth||25 points|
|Lesson 1: Finding other Myths||20 points|
|Homer's Odysseus and the Human Condition through Myth||25 points|
|Quiz on Lesson 1||10 points|
|Lesson 2: God or Hero.||20 points|
|Quiz for Lesson 2||12 points|
|Lesson 3: The Odyssey||20 points|
|The Myth of the Trojan War and its influence||20 points|
|Quiz for Lesson 3||10 points|
|Lesson 4: Eros and Psyche||20 points|
|The Greeks and Love.||20 points|
|Quiz on Lesson 4||9 points|
|Lesson 5: Sparta vs Athens||20 points|
|The House Of Pelops||20 points|
|Quiz for Lesson 5||11 points|
|Assignment 6: The Minotaur or the Gorgon's Head||20 points|
|Final Assignment||5 points|