Unit 6 Myths, Legends and Tales: Prometheus and Orpheus & Eurydice
As a related extension to the work we are doing with Anthem by Ayn Rand, we will make a move into Unit 6 Myths, Legends and Tales.
The Interactive Reader pages are available to you through your NCEdCloud account. To access your account, click this link here, scroll down to the button that says CLAIM MY ACCOUNT, then sign in. Although you can view the pages on the ewb, you have to do the work actively in your actual Interactive Readers.
To prepare, you are required to create Vocabulary Charts with the following column headings:
- Word & Part of Speech (from the Interactive Reader pages)
- Other Forms (from any online dictionary such as merriam-webster.com, dictionary.com, etc.)
- 4 Other Sentences (from sentence.yourdictionary.com – Be sure the other sentences you select match the part of speech used in the sentence from the Interactive Reader.
- Personal Clue (SYNONYMS – from an online resource such as merriam-webster.com/thesaurus, thesaurus.com, etc.)
- Sentence from the Text (from the Interactive Reader pages)
- Definition (from the Interactive Reader pages)
Vocabulary Words: Academic – attribute, conduct, physical, status, task
Vocabulary Words: Content – aptitude, infinitely, vengeance, inconsolable, ascend
After preparing, you will have to complete all of the pages related to the two selections listed: Prometheus, and Orpheus & Eurydice.
- Here is the link to the Prometheus Interactive Reader pages. You can listen to the audio using the NCEdCloud resources via your Houghton Mifflin access.
- Here is the link to the Orpheus & Eurydice Interactive Reader pages. You can listen to the audio using the NCEdCloud resources via your Houghton Mifflin access.