This download includes several different templates including:
Unit Goals and Objectives: objectives, standards, and goals for each of the ten lessons, as well as state standards for the overall unit *State standards in this lesson correspond with the Tennessee State Standards; however, any standard can be substituted.
First Lesson Plan of the Beowulf unit: organization of student learning; learning objectives, standards, and assessments; key questions; materials and resources; set procedure; instruction; closure procedure; and homework assignment
Creating a Shield Assignment: Using this shield assignment is a perfect way to help students relate this piece of historical significance - the importance of the shield - to their own lives. This is a great activity for students to learn the extreme importance placed on the family coat of arms. The suggested directions included reference Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado”; however, they may be adapted to the piece of literature being studied.
The shield assignment not only allows for thorough explanation of the importance of the family coat of arms, it allows relates this concept to students’ personal lives. Suggested directions are included that instruct students to create a shield relative to them and also write an essay explaining their shield. MLA format is required in these directions. *See also my “Middle Ages Literature PPP” for more.
Middle Ages/Beowulf notes handout: introduces various Medieval literary techniques and background information *See also my “Middle Ages Literature PPP” for an answer key for this handout and a compatible piece.
Beowulf study guide: fill in the blank; focuses on content of Beowulf in preparation for formal assessment
Beowulf test: character matching, vocabulary (with word bank), true/false, multiple choice, essay
The preview includes a sample of the: Unit Goals and Objectives, Middle Ages/Beowulf notes, Beowulf Study Guide, and Beowulf test.
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