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Kotar/CET (Center for Educational Technology)

A very good word: Greek Mythology: Reading stories, comparing styles and writing your own story (Mila Tova Meod: Hamitologya Hayevanit)

This book offers study and practice of linguistic themes as part of Hebrew language studies. The book offers variety of texts, online activities and many exercises for the students and teachers in order to enhance literacy, reading skills and reading comprehension. The texts include traditional Jewish sources, Israeli authors and poets and general texts on a variety of subjects including Greek mythology.



YEAR: 2016


CET Team

Journey to the Past: Greece, Rome and Jerusalem (Masa el HeAvar, Yavan, Roma veYerushalayim) According to the new History curriculum for elementary schools

This is a textbook for the study of History in 6th grade. The main theme is Judea and its relationship with the Greek, Hellenistic and Roman societies until the outbreak of the great rebellions against the Romans: the first great rebellion (66-73 C.E.) and the destruction of the second temple in 70 C.E. The second is the Bar  Kokhba revolt 132-135 C.E.

The book also includes background on the rise of Christianity and the eme(...)


YEAR: 2001


Maurice Balme, Gilbert Lawall , James Morwood

Ἀθήνᾱζε – An introduction to Ancient Greek

The textbook provides a narration of the story of an Athenian farmer named Diceopolis and his family. They live in a village called Cholleidae, situated in Attica, north of Athens. The story is fictional, albeit the facts are set in a specific historical context which runs from the autumn of 432 to the spring of 431. Thus, the plot develops through some crucial historical patterns of the time, such as the Athenian democracy led by Pericles and the tensions cau(...)


YEAR: 2016 3rd edition


Hans Henning Ørberg

Latin Language Self-Explained

Lingva Latina per se illvstrata is the only available textbook through which students can to learn Latin without having recourse to translation. The book is entirely written in Latin and it is made up of two parts: Familia romana (the basic course) and Roma aeterna (the advanced course). Both books include an extended contextual readings combined with a fully original apparatus of marginal notes, as well as pictures and illustrations. An(...)


YEAR: 1955

COUNTRY: Denmark

Michael Conte, Jr.

Mythology for the Classroom. Curriculum Unit 83.02.04

This unit offers an introduction to Greek and Roman mythology, with the hope that the students will later continue exploring this subject on their own.

The students learn of the ancient myths via modern retelling. The purpose is also to strengthen the students’ language skills, by asking them to search words in a dictionary and give them writing assignments.

The unit offers three lesson plan samples, bibliography for teachers and students, filmstrips (from the Audio-Visual D(...)


YEAR: 1983


Lorna Mock

Ancient Greece Quiz

This is a word document for an autumn half term quiz on ancient Greece. It provides questions on geography, chronology, comparison with England, language and alphabet, philosophers, and Greek gods. There is also an additional Greek gods’ quiz.




Geethanjali Kids - Rhymes and Stories

Geethanjali Kids - Rhymes and Stories, Ancient Greek Mythological Stories.

In the Youtube channel Geethanjali Kids - Rhymes and Stories two playlists retell stories from ancient Greek mythologies: Ancient Greek mythological stories; Greek stories.

The main Greek myths retold and animated for the children are:
Apollo and Cassandra; Athena and Poseidon; Eros and Psyche; Hercules and the twelve labours; Hermes and Apollo; Daedalus and Icarus; Odysseus and the Cyclops; Pandora’s box; Persephone; Pe(...)


YEAR: 2019