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UA CLAS 160D2 - CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY

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CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGYPEER REVIEW FOR1. What is the unifying theme of this site? The need for power in Greek mythology.2. What is the main message this site conveys about Greek myth? Does your understanding of thismessage develop as you read through the whole site? The main message in this site is the wayGreek gods fight for more power. Yes, I understand theme throughout the site.3. Which artefact(s) on the site lend strong support to the site’s message? Explain what you findparticularly effective about the choice of artefact and the way it is presented. The coins fromthe Arts institution in Chicago lend strong support to the site’s message. The coins displaywell-known Greek gods like Poseidon.4. Which artefact(s) (if any) on the site seem disconnected from the site’s message? Explain whatmakes the artefact hard to understand and connect with the other material. None.5. What major categories can you see the site is organized into? What helps you to see which artefactsbelong together? It organized by Greek Gods6. Is it clear which elements of the site were created by the owner, and which elements of the site werefound in other sources? Does the citation of these outside sources look complete? Yes, the ownerdoes a great job at explaining his message throughout the site.(Title )1. In 1-2 sentences, write out what the writer’s goal is in writing this piece: The writer’s goal is to displaywhy or how Greek gods fight for power.2. Which examples of pieces of evidence are best at supporting that goal? The hero’s journey writingassignment supports the goal of the site.3. Quote the place(s) where you felt most engaged as a reader, and explain what caught your interestor attention. “The story of Jason’s life and The Golden Fleece” caught my attention because it waswell executed and a compelling story.4. Quote the place(s) where you felt confused as a reader, and explain what was hard to understand.5. There were no places I felt confused as a reader.Share any other comments, suggestions, or praise you have as the first viewer of the finished


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