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Myth Apprehensions or To Fear Or Not To Fear - That Is The Question From Moses to Men In Black

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An integrated, interdisciplinary study of myths and folklore A culture's folk lore and myths provide insights into that society's values, mores, and belief systems. By comparing and contrasting the folk lore and myths of different times periods, we are able to make assumptions about those cultures and connections with our society today. This interdisciplinary/integrated unit is designed to provide students with a better understanding of the commonalities between cultures of the past and our world. This, in turn, will guide their moral and ethical thinking and help them better understand and manage the fears, phobias, and unknown elements of the world in which they live.