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What Keeps Women Safe Day 1 of 5

Unit 7: Canterbury Tales - The Wife of Bath's Tale
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT apply the lessons of The Wife of Bath's Tale to a modern day situation, that of women's safety on college campuses.

Big Idea: Who is responsible for public safety? Is women's safety only a woman's concern?

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English / Language Arts, Research Writing and Practices, Research and Technology, research methods (Writing), outlining, Women, Technical writing, organization, irony, analyze details and draw conclusions, Subtext, History of ideas, difficult vocabulary, word etymologies, purpose and audience
  50 minutes
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