MYTHOMAPS is the name of a school task where students analyse world myths and legends. As part of the School Linguistic Project, the aims comprise the use of linguistic skills, in the oral and written mediums, as well a detailed study of the topics developed.
Dogs have occupied a powerful place in folklore and myth. A common belief across the Mesoamerican region is that a dog carries the newly deceased across a body of water in the afterlife.
Long regarded as guardians and protectors, the indigenous peoples believed that they would safeguard the home from evil spirits as well as intruders.
Let’s listen to what the students have to say about this legend.
To learn more about the myth: https://prezi.com/buu_-oq_nye2/myths-and-legends-why-dogs-live-with-men/?frame=ec3fdee575e34620b63788403fd5da8b30c00e1a
|PARTICIPANT STUDENTS||3rd year CSE students (GROUP A)|
|TEACHER IN CHARGE||MARÍA DEL PUERTO TOVAR CAMACHO|
|SECTION||MYTHOMAPS – WORLD MYTHS & LEGENDS|
|MUSIC||Autumn Prelude, Zero Project|