Greek Mythology Grade 6: Module 1: Unit 2: Lesson 4 Entrance Ticket: Unit 2, Lesson 4 RL.6.1, RL.6.2, W.6.10 (For Teacher Reference) Directions: As you enter class, read the learning targets. Then, consider the following theme: Sometimes a hero’s help comes when one least expects it. Using pages 212–215 of chapter 14, find a piece of evidence that conveys that theme. Explain how your chosen evidence conveys the theme. Answers will vary. Sample student response: One theme present in The Lightning Thief is the idea that a hero’s help comes when he or she least expects it. This is conveyed in chapter 14 when Percy plummets into the Mississippi River from atop the St. Louis Gateway Arch. Percy is sure the fall will kill him. However, when he lands in the water, he realizes that he has survived. Percy thinks, “I was breathing. I was underwater, and I was breathing normally [. . .] ‘Thank you . . . Father.’” The evidence shows that Percy did not die because he had demigod powers inherited from Poseidon. Percy receives unexpected help from Poseidon that saves his life when Percy thought that his life was over. 1 © 2019 EL Education Inc. Greek Mythology Grade 6: Module 1: Unit 2: Lesson 4 Entrance Ticket: Unit 2, Lesson 4 RL.6.1, RL.6.2, W.6.10 Name:____________________________________Date:______________________ Directions: As you enter class, read the learning targets. Then, consider the following theme: Sometimes a hero’s help comes when one least expects it. Using pages 212–215 of chapter 14, find a piece of evidence that conveys that theme. Explain how your chosen evidence conveys the theme. 2 © 2019 EL Education Inc. Greek Mythology Grade 6: Module 1: Unit 2: Lesson 4 Synopsis: The Lightning Thief, Chapter 15 Name:____________________________________Date:______________________  Grover, Annabeth, and Percy make an Iris Message call to Half-Blood Hill. Chiron is not available, but Percy tells Luke everything that has happened.  Percy, Annabeth, and Grover go to a diner to eat. Ares shows up at the diner.  Ares asks Percy, Grover, and Annabeth to do a favor for him: grab his shield from a water park where he left it after a tryst with Aphrodite, the wife of Hephaestus.  While recovering the shield, the three realize they have been caught in a trap set by Hephaestus and intended for Ares. Percy uses his controls of water to narrowly escape a boat crash and flee from the water park. 3 © 2019 EL Education Inc. Greek Mythology Grade 6: Module 1: Unit 2: Lesson 4  Compare and Contrast Themes: Greek Myths and The Lightning Thief Note-Catcher RL.6.1, RL.6.2, RL.6.9, RL.6.10, W.6.10 (Example for Teacher Reference) Directions: Use the organizers to compare themes conveyed in the Greek Myths we read (“Theseus and the Minotaur,” “Cronus,” and “Medusa”) with those in The Lightning Thief. Choose two of the following themes, or come up with one of your own.  A mother will put her love for her children above every other relationship.  Those in power will do anything to stay in power.  Those who anger or disobey the gods will be punished.  Excessive pride can make a person act recklessly.  Heroes often receive help in their quests.  Even heroes can make mistakes. 4 © 2019 EL Education Inc. Greek Mythology Grade 6: Module 1: Unit 2: Lesson 4  Theme Even heroes can make mistakes. Evidence from “Theseus and the Minotaur” (myth) Explanation: How does this evidence convey the theme? Evidence from The Lightning Thief Explanation: How does this evidence convey the theme? Choose one of the quotes below as evidence. Then, explain how the quote shows the theme, Even heroes can make mistakes. Choose one of the quotes below as evidence. Then, explain how the quote shows the theme, Even heroes can make mistakes. Quote A: “Eager to let Ariadne know of his success, he followed the thread back to the entrance of the labyrinth. ‘You have slain the monster!’ cried Ariadne, clasping her hands. ‘Thanks to you, dear Ariadne,’ answered Theseus, ‘I return victorious.’” Quote A: “Go ahead, call me an idiot for walking into a strange lady’s shop like that just because I was hungry, but I do impulsive stuff sometimes.” (173) Quote B: “You will recall that Theseus’s father, King Egeus, had said to use white sails, instead of black ones, if Theseus were to return victorious. In the exuberance of his success, however, he forgot to alter the sails from black to white.” I chose Quote ___. This quote shows the

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