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The Knight's Tale, Day 3 of 3

Unit 8: Canterbury Tales - A Knight's Tale
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT write and give an expository speech on the difference between romantic relationships and friendships using examples from real life and"A Knight's Tale"

Big Idea: Who are we closer to our friends or our significant others? Which relationships are more important?

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English / Language Arts, Geoffrey Chaucer, narrative voice, literary technique, Canterbury Tales, expository speaking, theme, irony, Middle English
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