Unit 1: Myths and Legends

| Between the Lines | 4e secondaire | English

Everyone loves a good story. This was also true in ancient times. The Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and North and South American civilizations all had their own myths and legends relating to the creation of the world, man’s discovery of fire or any other phenomena which they could not otherwise explain. In this unit, students will discover five different myths and legends from the ancient world of Egypt, Greece and Rome, as well as that of the Aztec and Apaches. Finally, for evaluation purposes, students will read a text about Pandora’s box.




Here is the content of the Digital Teacher's Toolkit ''Pour l'enseignant":


1. Reproductible material

  • Pedagogical notes
  • Support | All texts, questions and exercices in the activity book are modified for students who have difficulties
  • Enrichment | An additional text including questions and consolidation activities, is available for student who need more challenges
  • Grammar exercices
    • Capitalization
    • Punctuation
    • Prepositions
    • Passive Adjectives / Nouns / Pronouns
    • Demonstrative Pronouns
    • Indefinite Pronouns
  • Mini-grammar tests
  • Texts and questions to print (The Diary of a Greek Hero)
  • Answer Key


2. Material to project in class

Interactive grammar tools | To energize the teaching of grammar.

Project this interactive tool in the classroom, which allows you to virtually manipulate words based on various grammatical concept:

  • English verb tenses
  • Pronouns and possessives
  • Pronunciation of regular verbs
  • Plural forms of nouns
  • Spelling of -ing and -ed forms
  • Asking questions



Would you Rather...? activities | Fun interactive activities linked to the theme that stimulate conversation.

Let your students have zany conversations and debate over odd subjects with this interactive version of the popular Would You Rather game. It’s a playful way to improve their vocabulary and give free rein to their imagination.

Would you rather...

  • Live in a society that worships many gods and has no moral values or live in a society that worships no gods at all but has a very strict moral code?
  • Have been the discoverer of King Tut’s tomb that was full of gold and have suffered the curse or discovered the Mayan pyramids with no gold and no curse?
  • Have the power to turn everything you touch into gold or have the power to turn anyone who bores you into stone?
  • Own a pet dragon and risk setting your house on fire every time it sneezes or own a unicorn and risk getting stabbed every time it wants you to rub its forehead?
  • Get punished by having small parts of your body eaten every day by vultures or be condemned to roll a big rock up a hill for days on end only to have it roll down again as soon as you reach the top?



Commented mediagraphy

Internet links, including videos, quizzes, reports, etc.

Text and activities in HTML format

The activity book to project in HTML format with corrections displayed one by one.