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Legend Assignment

   Legends and Myths come in many forms and story types, but they also come from many countries around the globe.  Your objective is to find a story, either with books or on the internet, from your culture, then present it to the class.  Your presentation will include:





You may print out and write on the graphic organizer or save it to your Google drive to type directly onto the organizer.

Assignment & Rubric: Print out a copy if you have lost the one handed out.

Tips on Giving Oral Presentations (video)



Lots of information about the myths and legends of people and cultures around the world.  Username & Password is in edline.

Mythology Links

Windows to the Universe: World Mythology (Aztec, Maya, Inca, Amazon, Greece, Italy, Egypt, Yoruba, India, China, Japan, Polynesia)

First People: The Legends (Aztec, Inca, Maya)

Ancient mythology: (Egypt, Greece, Japan, Maya, Italy)

Cutting to the Essence: (Yoruba)

Mongol Mythology:

Folklore and Mythology (Europe, Yoruba, Pakistan, Nigeria, Korea, India, China, Russia, Philippines, Palestine, Jewish, Japan, Turkey)

Koren Myths

The Other Myths (Egypt, India, Japan)

The Genesis Project: (China, Egypt, Greece, Inca, India, Iran, Japan, Maya, Polynesia, Yoruba)


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