Odyssey

Odyssey Odyssey Online is a resource for both students and teachers as they explore world mythology in their reading, writing, history, and art classes. Providing sections on Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and African mythology, Odyssey uses images from the past to provoke students' critical
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Odyssey


Odyssey Online is a resource for both students and teachers as they explore world mythology in their reading, writing, history, and art classes. Providing sections on Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and African mythology, Odyssey uses images from the past to provoke students' critical thinking and questioning about ancient people, their belief systems, and ways of life. The "Teacher Resource Site" provides lesson plans, resources, and standards guidelines for instructors who need help integrating mythology into the classroom experience.

Odyssey Online

• Lesson Plans • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Middle School Elementary School

Amanda Barton

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