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Curriculum Connections, W elcome to the 2016 2017, Frank M Tait Foundation. Discovery Series at Victoria, Theatre Association We are very. excited to be your education, You will find these icons listed in the resource guide next to the activities that indicate curricular. connections Teachers and parents are encouraged to adapt all of the activities included in an. appropriate way for your students age and abilities THE LIGHTNING THIEF fulfills the following. Ohio Standards and Benchmarks for Grades 2 7, partner in providing professional ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS STANDARDS. Grade 2 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 2 2 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 2 3 CCSS ELA Literacy SL 2 1 c. arts experiences to you and your Grade 3 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 3 3 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 3 5 CCSS ELA Literacy SL 3 1 d. students Grade 4 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 4 2 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 4 3 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 4 5. CCSS ELA Literacy SL 4 1 c CCSS ELA Literacy SL 4 1 d. It is not every day that we have a Grade 5 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 5 2 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 5 3 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 5 5. Greek demigod grace the stage at CCSS ELA Literacy SL 5 2 CCSS ELA Literacy SL 5 3. Victoria Theatre Percy Jackson Grade 6 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 6 3 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 6 6 CCSS ELA Literacy SL 6 2. son of Poseidon shares one of Grade 7 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 7 3 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 7 5 CCSS ELA Literacy RL 7 6. his adventures in the best selling CCSS ELA Literacy RL 7 9. book THE LIGHTNING THIEF by Rick OHIO S NEW LEARNING STANDARDS FOR This resource guide. Riordan that comes to life right SOCIAL STUDIES was created by. Historical Thinking Grades 2 7 Amy Handra, before your eyes The powers of All activities are available.
Early Civilizations Grade 2 7 for distribution and use. Greek mythological gods are still Spatial Thinking and Skills Grades 2 7 in the classroom or. mysterious to this day but not the at home, trials and tribulations of being NATIONAL CORE ARTS THEATRE STANDARDS. a teenager We are excited for Grade 2 TH Cr1 1 2 TH Pr4 1 2 TH Pr5 1 2 TH Re7 1 2 TH Re8 1 2 TH Cn10 1 2. Grade 3 TH Re7 1 3 TH Cn10 1 3 TH Cn11 1 3 TH Cn11 2 3. you to experience this brand new Grade 4 TH Re7 1 4 TH Cn10 1 4 TH Cn11 1 4 TH Cn11 2 4. production Grade 5 TH Re7 1 5 TH Cn10 1 5 TH Cn11 1 5 TH Cn11 2 5. Grade 6 TH Re7 1 6 TH Cn10 1 6 TH Cn11 1 6 TH Cn11 2 6. The information and activities Grade 7 TH Re7 1 7 TH Cn10 1 7 TH Cn11 1 7 TH Cn11 2 7. in this resource guide have been, carefully crafted to help you and. l e o f C o n t e n t s, your students explore the many. ways a page to stage experience Tab, can open up learning opportunities COMPREHENSION. Grade level icons will help you About the Play Spotlight on Rick Riordan Page 2. determine which activities are Ohio Spotlight Page 2. good for students too And don t An Interview with Rick Riordan Page 3. forget to take advantage of the local Pre Show Conversation Starters Reader s Theatre Page 4. resources listed inside to extend the Greek Mythology A Who s Who What is a Myth Page 5. play going experience and make CONNECTION, even more curricular connections for Greek Language Lesson Page 6.
you and your students Thank you Meet the Olympians Worksheet Page 7. again and welcome Mythological Trading Cards Page 8. Create Your Own Greek God or Goddess Worksheet Page 9. Gary Minyard CREATIVITY, Vice President of Visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art Worksheet Page 10. Education Engagement Songwriting Tells a Story Page 11. Create your Own Camp Half Blood Page 12, Resources for Students and Teachers Page 13. VICTORIA THEATRE ASSOCIATION 2016 2017 Season Resource Guide 1. o u t t h e P l a y, THE LIGHTNING THIEF, The play you are about to see is based on the book Percy Jackson and the. Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan Percy Jackson just doesn t fit in In fact he. is about to be kicked out of another boarding school And that s the least. of his troubles Lately the mythological monsters and the gods of Mount. Olympus seem to be walking straight out of his textbook and into his life. and he might have angered a few When Zeus s master lightning bolt turns. up missing Percy is the prime suspect, Now Percy has ten days to find and return Zeus s stolen property and bring. peace to a warring Mount Olympus But to succeed in his quest Percy will. have to do more than catch the true thief he must come to terms with the. father who abandoned him solve the riddle of the Oracle and unravel a. treachery more powerful than the gods themselves, COMPREHENSION.
SPOTLIGHT ON RICK RIORDAN, Rick Riordan spent fifteen years as a classroom teacher in public and. private middle schools in the San Francisco Bay Area and in Texas He. began The Lightning Thief as a bedtime story for his son The novel draws. on Riordan s experience teaching Greek mythology and his interaction. with students who have different learning styles As a kid Rick was. influenced by J R R Tolkien and he has read The Lord of the Rings over. h i o S p o t l i g h t, THE THURBER HOUSE, The Thurber House located near downtown Columbus is the restored. home of James Thurber a humorist author and cartoonist for The New. Yorker Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places The Thurber. House is living museum and literacy center and museum The Thurber. House hosts a variety of writing workshops for adults and children. including the Young Writers Studio Writing Wizards Fable and Ghost. Writing workshops and an 8 week summer camp, For more information please visit www thurberhouse org. VICTORIA THEATRE ASSOCIATION 2016 2017 Season Resource Guide 2. ie w w it h R ic k R io rd a n, An Inte rv All, Q Where did you get the idea for Percy Jackson. A My son was studying the Greek myths in second grade when he asked me to tell him some bedtime stories about the. gods and heroes I had taught Greek myths for many years at the middle school level so I was glad to do it When I ran. out of myths he was disappointed and asked me if I could make up something new with the same characters. Off the top of my head I made up Percy Jackson and his quest to recover Zeus lightning bolt in modern day America. It took about three nights to tell the whole story and when I was done my son told me I should write it out as a book. Q You were a teacher for a long time Why did you leave the classroom. A That was a hard decision I love teaching I love working with kids After I finished the first Percy Jackson book I didn t. think I d be able to keep writing a book a year and do a good job in the classroom so I made the reluctant decision to. leave teaching, COMPREHENSION, The good part is I still get to work with kids as a children s author Hopefully I ll be able to get even more kids.
interested in reading Greek mythology, Q Do you see any of yourself in Percy Jackson. A Percy has my sense of humor Like him I was not always a good student in school Percy is also based on many. students I have taught in the past and partly on my own son s struggle with ADHD and dyslexia. Q Any advice for young people who might want to be writers. A Don t be afraid to ask for help Find a teacher you respect Correspond with authors You will find that a polite. email will almost always get a response, Secondly read a lot Read everything you can get your hands on You will learn the craft of writing by immersing. yourself in the voices styles and structures of writers who have gone before you. Thirdly write every day Keep a journal Jot down interesting stories you heard Write descriptions of people you see. It doesn t really matter what you write but you must keep up practice Writing is like a sport you only get better if. you practice If you don t keep at it the writing muscles atrophy. Finally don t get discouraged Rejection is a part of writing and it hurts The trick is to keep at it Wallpaper your room. with rejection notes if you want but don t give up. VICTORIA THEATRE ASSOCIATION 2016 2017 Season Resource Guide 3. w C o n v e r s a ti o n S ta r te rs, Pre Sh o All. THE LIGHTNING THIEF is about discovering identity, In the beginning of the story Percy Jackson. doesn t yet know who his father is or that he has, any special powers He thinks of himself as a bad.
kid one who always gets into trouble Over the, course of the story however he learns things. about himself that he never thought possible, Use the following discussion starters to spark a. conversation with your students, COMPREHENSION, Percy Jackson often feels like he s an outsider or that he s not normal Have students discuss a time when they felt. different How did it make them feel How did they deal with their feelings. Have you ever been treated unfairly by a teacher parent or other adult Describe the circumstances and why you. considered the treatment unfair, What do you know about learning disabilities such as ADHD or dyslexia Do you know anyone who has a learning. disability Do you think a person with a learning disability should receive more time to complete tests or less home. work than a person without a learning disability Explain your position. Sometimes kids imagine that their parents aren t really their parents What would it be like if you suddenly found. out that you had a real father or mother you never knew about What if this person was extremely rich and. powerful would you accept them as a parent, Have you ever been to summer camp If so describe what you did or did not like about it If not imagine and.
describe what you think a typical summer camp would be like any impressions from television or movies. You have been granted one magical item of your choice What would this item be and what power would it have. Explain your choice, Reader s Theatre, Reader s Theatre is a dramatic presentation of a written work in script form The parts are divided among the readers. and the readers read from a script No memorization costumes blocking or special lighting is needed The focus should. be on reading the text with expressive voices Discuss with your students what it means to read with expression and. then have them practice by using the Reader s Theatre script of The Lightning Thief found on Rick Riordan s website http. rickriordan com resource a readers theater from lightning thief. VICTORIA THEATRE ASSOCIATION 2016 2017 Season Resource Guide 4. Greek Mythology A W All, In THE LIGHTING THIEF Percy Jackson discovers that he s not completely human he s a part god or a demigod. Throughout the story the Greek gods and goddesses are referenced and discussed so use the chart below to help. your students become familiar with some of the important gods and goddesses in Greek mythology. Apollo The youthful God of the sun and music, Ares The fierce God of war. Athena The Goddess of wisdom and the arts, Centaur A creature with the head and torso of a human and the body of a horse. Cyclops A one eyed giant, Hades The God of the underworld and brother to Zeus and Poseidon.
Harpies Female monsters in the form of birds with human faces. Hercules Son of Zeus, Hermes The God of trade, Kronos The Titan ruler of time and the ages. COMPREHENSION, Medusa The Gorgon sister who bragged about her beauty and was turned into a monster. Minotaur A monster with the body of a man but the head and tail of a bull. Odysseus A leader in the Trojan War, Pan The God of the wild. Poseidon The God of the sea and Percy Jackson s father. Prometheus The God of forethought, Titans The Elder Gods who ruled the earth before the Olympians overthrew them. Zeus The King of the Gods, What is a Myth, Noun a traditional story especially one concerning the early history of people or explaining some natural or social.
phenomenon and typically involving supernatural beings or events. Greek mythology is the body of myths and teachings that belong to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and. heroes It was a part of the religion in ancient Greece Modern scholars refer to and study the myths in an attempt better. understand the religious and political institutions of Ancient Greece and its civilization and to gain understanding of the. nature of myth making itself, One of the most famous Greek myths is about Hercules Among the strongest of men it. would be easy to view Hercules as a muscle bound buffoon Indeed many of the Greek. comedy playwrights used his character in this way Even among serious critics he was. often seen as a primitive brutal and violent man There is much evidence to support this. view his weapon of choice was a massive club his customary garment was a lion skin. with the head still attached he impiously wounded some of the gods However viewing. Hercules as simply a strong buffoon is unfair He grew up to become the hero who beat. the odds time and again performed amazing often helpful tasks and yet was full of. human flaws, Courtesy of http www greekmythology com Myths Heroes Heracles heracles html. VICTORIA THEATRE ASSOCIATION 2016 2017 Season Resource Guide 5. It s all Greek to Me All, The Greek language is over 2500 years old and has influenced many other languages including English You might be. surprised at how many common English words have a Greek root A root as its name suggests is a word or word part. from which other words grow usually through the addition of prefixes and suffixes. Understanding the meanings of the common word roots can help us deduce the meanings of new words that we. encounter Take a look at the chart below and see if you can come up with another English word example that contains. The Frank M FOUNDATION VICTORIA THEATRE ASSOCIATION 2016 2017 Season Resource Guide 1 W elcome to the 2016 2017 Frank M Tait Foundation Discovery Series at Victoria Theatre Association We are very excited to be your education partner in providing professional arts experiences to you and your students It is not every day that we have a Greek demigod grace the stage at Victoria Theatre

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