We just finished Daedalus and Icarus in the Latin course and have a week and a half before the exam: not quite enough time to read something new (other than an unrelated, shorter poem) but too much time to do straight review.

The exam will include both Daedalus and Icarus and Apollo and Daphne, the latter of which was read at the beginning of the semester. So to review Apollo and Daphne in what I hope is a concerted way students will spend this week making comic strips of Apollo and Daphne, one that is straight plot, i.e. image paired with Ovid’s unaltered text, and the other that is more Latin comp, i.e. image paired with student Latin based on Ovid’s text.

I give students these resources for making their own comics:

The bottom four were taken from this post on 6 Free Sites for Creating Your Own Comics (the top two are there as well, though I did find them on my own). The post includes descriptions of the sites with YouTube overviews when available.