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Beowulf Meets Crazy Horse

Unit 5: Beowulf
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: Students will be able to evaluate heroic qualities on display in the epic poem Beowulf as well as Native American stories; comparing and contrasting heroes as they work to identify universal traits. They will apply a variety of strategies toward interpretation and analysis

Big Idea: What constitutes literature? Why are some stories written down? Why do cultures create epics?

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English / Language Arts, epic poem, alliteration, heroes, Kenning, Old English, Literary Analysis
  80 minutes
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