ABOVE:  The centaur Chiron, the original teacher of mythology and trainer of heroes.  

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    Yes, the name says it all.  MythologyTeacher.com is a website specially designed as an aide for teachers teaching mythology. Teaching mythology in middle school and high school is a great way to get students interested in reading, writing, and researching ancient history. For more information on why it is important to teach mythology to young people, click here.
    Some teachers use mythology as a stand-alone unit; other teachers—such as myself—have entire, year-long courses dedicated to the study of myths and legends from around the world.   Other teachers incorporate myths into units over required texts such as Antigone, Julius Caesar, Beowulf, Oedipus Rex, and the Odyssey.  No matter how much mythology you teach in your own course (or what type of mythology for that matter), you’re bound to find some helpful resources here!  Most of our materials are free, but we also sell items like creative textbooks and classroom posters in the site store.         
    Even though student interest can already be high, any subject can quickly turn into drudgery.  Most teachers of mythology are initially frustrated. Most mythologies pose a complicated labyrinth of weird-sounding names and bizarre character relationships, and an intimate knowledge of any mythology does not come easily.  The solution? Mythology-teacher.com! While this site cannot make memorizing names or stories any easier, it can provide you with an arsenal of creative activities and that will help bring these ancient stories to life!  The lessons on this website have been classroom-tested and proved successful with secondary students.  Many are easily adaptable for use with higher or lower levels.  Each lesson attempts to generate a fun and meaningful learning experience.  I hope you find the resources here helpful.

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