Advice from a King

Unit 5: Beowulf
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: SWBAT - write an argumentative analysis of Hrothgar's advice to Beowulf using textual evidence

Big Idea: A well-written thesis statement can enhance a paper, and textual evidence is essential to supporting a thesis statement.

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English / Language Arts, epic poem, alliteration, heroes, Kenning, Old English, Literary Analysis
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