Mythology Wiki Page Revision Opportunity! Click here.
Due March 20, 2009 following teacher conference.

Mythology Wiki Page Project Self-Evaluation Click here.

Project Recommendations Click here. Thanks for all of the feedback! I appreciate your opinions.

To schedule a revision conference time with Mrs. Stevens, click on "Edit this Page" and enter your name in a cell that is not either already taken or blacked out. Then "Save" your changes.
See Mrs. Stevens in person if you would like to Skype in for a conference. See Mrs. Shores personally to arrange a conference with her.
During the conference you will address both higher- and lower-order concerns and complete a Skills Sheet for the LOCs. Preview the skills sheet and bring your Wadsworth Handbook with you to the conference.

Mythology Wikispace Revision Conference Schedule for Mrs. Stevens



Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday 3/4
Thursday
3/5

Friday
3/6

7:15-7:35






Erica Robertson




9:00-9:25





11:00-11:25





11:40-12:00





12:20-12:40





2:15-2:50


Devin Kuchcinski
2:15-2:30 only

Other












Monday
3/9

Tuesday
3/10

Wednesday 3/11
Thursday
3/12

Friday
3/13

7:15-7:35





9:00-9:25

Nick Ingram
Charlie Levin
Connor MacKelvey
Molly Bacon
11:00-11:25





11:40-12:00





12:20-12:40





2:15-2:50
John Hurd


Nick Ingram

Other












Monday
3/16

Tuesday
3/17

Wednesday 3/18
Thursday
3/19

Friday
3/20

7:15-7:35





9:00-9:25

Peter Baldwin
Emily Holmes
No Tutorial:
PSSAs

No Tutorial:
PSSAs

No Tutorial:
PSSAs

11:00-11:25





11:40-12:00





12:20-12:40



Molly Bacon

2:15-2:50




Peter Baldwin

Other
































Citing online imageshttp://library.menloschool.org/mla.html offers the following information about online images
Very important! If you are citing an image found in Google Images or any other image retrieval service, be certain to cite the image in its original context. Do not provide the URL of the enlarged image - you must use the URL of the page where the image was originally shown.
  • Image creator's last name, first name, if available, or page author's name if available, followed by a period and a space
  • Title of photo followed by a period, in quotation marks. If no title, describe briefly within quotation marks.
  • Descriptive word (photo, map, cartoon, drawing, etc,) followed by a period and a space
  • Website title in italics, followed by a space
  • Website publication date in DD Mo. YYYY format followed by a period and a space
  • Date image was viewed in DD Mo. YYYY format followed by a space
  • Web address in angle brackets, followed by a period
example:
Suzuki, Lea. "Mick Jaggar." Photo. SFGate.com 14 Nov. 2005. 14 Nov. 2005

11111 http://www.sfgate.com.


(I recommend you create your works cited page in Word and upload the file to your page. I worked around the indenting issue by adding 5 characters to the front of the line to be indented and then changed those characters' font color to white.)

Greek Mythology
GreenMan_preview.jpg
Beloved characters, such as Peter Pan, Robin Hood and even Hagrid of the Harry Potter series, can thank the Green Man for their inspiration.

Due January 30, 2009

1. Selecting a Character
⏎Review the listing of Greek (or Roman) gods, goddess, figures, creatures, locations, heroes, or myths.
⌃Select a topic by being the first student to type in his or her name next to the topic.
⌃Choose only one topic. Please do not overwrite another student’s choice. (Remember: there is a history feature to wikispaces.)
⌃Press the space bar several spaces, type in your name, and choose the font color red for your name.
⌃If you have a favorite Greek or Roman topic that is not listed here, send me an email to add and approve it.

2. Investigate and Learn
⌃Become the “class expert” on your selected topic.
⌃Investigate your topic to find resources to embed in your wikipage
• online resources: drawings, photos, paintings, book covers, text
• online videos or podcasts
• links to other reputable and knowledgeable sources (even a Wikipedia link!)
• print resources from the library or your home with the class to being to class
⌃Develop a Works Consulted list in MLA format to include in your presentation.
Check any websites you use to see if they contain a "Cite This Source" feature. For example, Wikipedia offers such a resource: Click here to learn more.

3. Stake your Territory
⌃Create a wikipage in the mythology page of the class space to gather information, images, maps, literary allusions, and any other significant references to your selected topic.
⌃How?
• Highlight your selected topic in the list. Click on the "Insert Link" icon of the Earth in the editor bar at the top of the page.
• The "Link Text" box should include your topic name.
• The wikilink button should be selected.
• The page name should be topic name also. Do not select anything else.
• Then click the "Save" button.
• When you refresh the page, click on the link for your selected topic;you will go to a new page named for your topic.

4. Make it Look Good

⌃Organize the information you gathered in an effective, efficient, appealing way.
⌃Most people like visuals first, then text.
⌃Consider using colored text to organize topics.
⌃Make a table of contents for your page, if you want.


5. Presentations
Be prepared to share your investigation with your classmates beginning February 2, 2009, during the spring semester.


6. Assessment
⌃Rubric information:
⌃Request for Evaluation Form: I appreciate your efforts in working on this long-term project that accompanied the FHS 2008-2009 Honors Communication 10 summer reading assignments. I was impressed with your discussions then and look forward to the completion of these projects. Please complete the form below and click submit.



Selection Example:
The Green Man Mrs. Stevens

Olympian Gods:
Zeus Erica Robertson
Poseidon Connor MacKelvey
DemeterMolly Bacon
Hestia Emmy Hackshaw
Hera Rebecca Greenman
Ares Jimmy Fitzgibbon
Athena Kara Mihalic
Apollo Danielle Ritts
Aphrodite Jacob Robertson
Hermes Emily Kolson
Artemis Maggie Vizzini
Hephaestus Stephen Steehler

Titans:
Gaia Erica Williams
Uranus Nick Ingram
Cronus Peter Baldwin
Rhea Scott Klein
OceanusRyan Rothman
TethysJulie Eckendorf
Hyperion
Mnemosyne Katie Bean
Themis
Iapetus
Coeus
Crius
Phoebe Sample
Thea
Prometheus Benjamin Anderson
Epimetheus
Atlas John Hurd
Menoetius
Eos
Ellie Wells
Helios
Patrick Ottman
Selene
Kelli Rossman
Works Cited: Kelli Rossman Kelli Rossman
Leto
Asteria


Other Gods:
Hades Josh Gdanetz
Persephone
Allison Carey!
Dionysus Robert Duran
Eros Alyse Stuck
Hebe
Eris Erin Stroup
Thanato
Pan Nick Boncella
Nemesis Maggie Glass
The Graces Emily Holmes
The Muses Kevin Steehler
The Erinnyes
The FatesJocelyn Lion

Myths:
The Creation,
The Creation II
Creation of Man by Prometheus Austin O'Keane
Birth of Athena
The Wanderings of Dionysus
Theseus's Adventures


Creatures:
Cyclopes
Steve Nixon
Hecatoncheires
Giants Jake Stanko
Ash Tree Nymphs Jaden Kostrubanic
Typhoeus
Cerberus Lance Wagner
Sirens Lisa Pogson
CentaurMadeline Westfall
Medusa Devin Kuchcinski
Argus Panoptes
Chimaera Billy Burrows
Echidna
Gorgons Madison Kincade
Pegasus Brandon Sharp
Chrysaor


Figures:
Epaphus
The Pleiades
Pontus
Nereus
Doris
Nereids
Amphitrite
Triton Emily Lim
Teiresias
Minos
Rhadamanthus


Locations:
Mount Olympus
The UnderworldRainey Hokaj
Tartarus Dmitri Deyev

Heroes:
Perseus Robert Dartnell
Odysseus
Nick Welsh
Theseus
Emily Vizzini
Bellerophon
Atalanta Georgia Konzel
HerculesCharlie Levin
Melea
Achilles
Huntir Terella**