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Greek Mythology
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by Katie Briganti
| 10 Questions
1
1 pt
What is the purpose of a myth?
2
1 pt
What is an allusion?
3
1 pt
What does someone mean when they are referring to their Achille’s heal?
Their feet
Weak spot
Extreme luck
A pot of gold
4
1 pt
  1. My birthday present was a HUGE box. I knew it had to be the bike I asked mom for! When I opened the box it was a box full of clothes for school. What a Trojan horse!”
What is a trojan horse?
A bike
A shirt with a horse on it
A wooden horse to ride
Something that is not what it seems
5
1 pt
My dad lifted the 100 pound box of rocks like he was Hercules.
This allusion refers to a person’s weakness
This allusion refers to a person’s strength
This allusion refers to something not really being what it appears to be
This allusion refers to a bad idea.
6
1 pt
What is the central message of a story?
Main idea
Key detail
Theme
Character traits
7
1 pt
My grandma has the Mida’s Touch when it comes to playing bingo. Anytime she goes, she wins money
This allusion refers to a person’s strength
This allusion refers to something not really being what it appears to be
This allusion refers to a person’s good luck
This allusion refers to a good idea
8
1 pt
Where did the concept of mythology begin?
America
Italy
Greece
Ireland
9
1 pt
“The Greek god Odysseus helped the Greeks triumph in the Trojan War. Afterward he journeyed nearly ten years to return home to Ithaca and his wife Penelope. Along the way Odysseus's courage and cleverness saved him from monsters”
A hero's quest
Bad behavior
How things came to be
10
1 pt
“King Midas spent his days counting his gold at night and at night he dreamed of great riches. No matter how much gold he would receive, it was never enough.”
How would you describe King Midas?
Kind
Thoughtful
Hateful
Greedy
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