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This quiz encourages students to use their interpretation skills. Students will paraphrase passages from Chaucer's "The Prologue" into their own words. Students will also list details of a character from "The Prologue" and interpret those details
After reading the Wife of Bath's introduction in the "Prologue" and tale, this is a great, modern, and fun activity to get students interested in characterization. Because Alyson delves into the realm of relationships and marriage, a Tinder profile
Once students are familiar with Chaucer's characters (I usually use this after reading "The Prologue"), this is a fun extension activity to allow students to use what they have learned to create their own Chaucerian-inspired character!
This Vocabulary Quick Guide activity covers six key terms from Chaucer's "The Prologue" to The Canterbury Tales. Rather than simply copying down definitions, this activity allows the students to use their critical thinking skills to interpret the