Student Response to Part 1 of the Virtual Tour - Section 3: Travel at Your Leisure: A Self-Guided Tour of the Sutton Hoo Exhibit

  Student Response to Part 1 of the Virtual Tour
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Exploring Beowulf's Anglo-Saxon Culture via the Sutton Hoo Exhibit at The British Museum: A Virtual Field Trip

Unit 6: We Need a Hero: The Anglo-Saxon Epic "Beowulf"
Lesson 5 of 7

Objective: SWBAT synthesize their learning about Anglo-Saxon culture in "Beowulf" and the Sutton Hoo Exhibit by analyzing the poem's relationship to ancient artifacts.

Big Idea: A virtual tour allows students to experience an exhibit from the comfort of the computer lab.

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English / Language Arts, British Museum, Virtual Tour, Sutton Hoo, Anglo
  60 minutes
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