A Student Talks about Blood Feuds in "Beowulf" - Section 3: Blood Feuds: Beowulf and Beyond

 
  A Student Talks about Blood Feuds in "Beowulf"
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"Beowulf" Station Rotation: An Epic Activity

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

Objective: SWBAT construct meaning from various grammatical, historical, and literary connections to Beowulf by working through a station rotation activity.

Big Idea: Stations work in secondary English classes and emphasize student choice.

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English / Language Arts, alliteration, Beowulf, Who vs. Whom, appositives, Blood Feuds, translating, Christian vs. Pagan
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