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Unit 1 Additional Materials

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unit 1: Why Study Greek Mythology?

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Before starting, it’s a good idea to learn about how to take notes using the Cornell Method. This is useful not only for this course, but all courses you have. Watch the video below about how to take notes using the Cornell method.

Here you can download a template of how your notes should look when using the Cornell Method. You can print this out or make your own notebook paper look like this.

Here is an example of Cornell Method notes you should have after watching this video.

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Part 1: The Creation Story

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Part 2: The war of the titans

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Part 3: the Olympian pantheon

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The Olympics: then and now

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legos in space

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American neoclassicism

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Greek influence in us world’s fairs

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(Information about the Vulcan Statue from 3:30 to 8:30)

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