Canterbury Tales Student Notes.pdf - Section 3: The Knight

 
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A Knight and Twenty-Eight Pilgrims

Unit 8: Canterbury Tales - A Knight's Tale
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT understand the way Chaucer's descriptions of his characters reflect the broader themes he will develop in his works.

Big Idea: What is the connection between description and character? Do the descriptions of characters tell us something about the themes?

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English / Language Arts, narrative voice, literary technique, Geoffrey Chaucer, irony, Canterbury Tales, estates satire, Knight's Tale, Middle English
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