St. Jerome and The Wife of Bath's Prologue

Unit 7: Canterbury Tales - The Wife of Bath's Tale
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT read a primary source document and trace the history of ideas from that document until today.

Big Idea: Where do many of our stereotypes of women come from? How do they manifest themselves in modern day?

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English / Language Arts, Research and Technology, research methods (Writing), outlining, analyze details and draw conclusions, Canterbury Tales, The Wife of Bath, St. Jerome, History of ideas, organization, irony, Subtext, difficult vocabulary, word etymologies, purpose and audience
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