Reflection: Student Ownership First Semester Project: From BEOWULF to CANTERBURY TALES - Section 3: Project Work

 

This project went well because students had the opportunity to show what they learned this semester through self-created products.  They had to own their interpretations after examining and verifying them against the text and employ the literacy strategies, such as monitoring and evaluating their comprehension and using language with fluency.

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First Semester Project: From BEOWULF to CANTERBURY TALES

Unit 6: Learning Strategies & Project-Based Learning
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate comprehension of a major literary work through writing and video production.

Big Idea: "All meanings, we know, depend on the key of interpretation." ---George Eliot

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English / Language Arts, Iliad, Writing, Writing Process, Beowulf, Canterbury Tales, project, summative assessment, Culture for Learning
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going back to the text canterbury
 
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