Consumed with grief and guilt for a terrible act committed in act of rage, Hercules undertakes a series of labors to earn forgiveness. His final task requires him to journey to the underworld to capture a terrible beast. The resourceful way in which he tackles this seemingly impossible task shows why he is one of the most beloved heroes in Greek mythology. Teachers can use this Graphic Book to engage students in a discussion analyzing setting. Use this Graphic Book with The Labors of Hercules at levels X, Z1, and Z2.
Graphic Book Lesson Plan
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