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Poetically Speaking: "Beowulf": Language and Poetics Quick Reference Sheet

Unit 6: We Need a Hero: The Anglo-Saxon Epic "Beowulf"
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT use the close reading strategy of annotating to demonstrate their understanding of the document "Beowulf": Language and Poetics Quick Reference Sheet.

Big Idea: Annotating supports active learning and engagement as students show their thinking while reading difficult texts.

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English / Language Arts, summarizing, Annotating, Beowulf, Poetic Devices, Anglo
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