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Creation Myths


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Cheryl Doucet
Cheryl Doucet
Duchess Park Secondary School
747 Winnipeg Ave
Prince George, BC
V2L 2V3

Big Question

How did humans use their religion and belief systems to develop Creation Myths in order to explain the world and how it came to be?

Creation Myths

District E-Resources

 Gale Resources

   Global Issues in Context offers international viewpoints on a broad spectrum of  global issues, topics, and current events.

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 World Book Resources

  Includes correlations to BC Curriculum Standards.

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CultureGram Resource

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DPSS Library Learning Commons Resources

Research Links

An Animated Study of World Creation Myths

The Big Myth

Native American Myths of Creation