Student Work: Additional Sample Work - Section 5: Unit Test Review: Quotes for Written Response

 
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ILIAD Wrap-Up Continued and Review for Unit Test

Unit 3: The ILIAD
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate applied comprehension through collaboration, writing, and discussion.

Big Idea: "You will not be punished by your anger; you will be punished for your anger." Gautama Buddha

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English / Language Arts, Iliad, Anglo-Saxon Period, Homer, archetype, formative assessment, Complex Tasks, Culture for Learning, Common Core Alignment, discourse and questioning
  100 minutes
peer collaboration unit test
 
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