Lessons for Chaucer

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  • The Teller of the Tale, Part I - … Description Students work in cooperative groups to analyze one of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and present a character analysis to the … prior knowledge of the life and literary contributions of Geoffrey Chaucer. 2. Students should be familiar with the setting, plot, characters … brief discussion of the use of a pilgrimage to achieve Chaucer's purpose of preserving cultural information during his lifetime. 2 …
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  • English Literature Authors and Their Works - … , James Joyce, J.R.R. Tolkien, George Bernard Shaw, Geoffrey Chaucer, T. S. Eliot, Sir William Golding, Jane Austin, and Joseph … , James Joyce, J.R.R. Tolkien, George Bernard Shaw, Geoffrey Chaucer, T. S. Eliot, Sir William Golding, Jane Austin, and Joseph … ? George Bernard Shaw 19. Who wrote The Canterbury Tales? Geoffery Chaucer 20. Who wrote Essay of Dramatic Poesy? John Dryden Grading …
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  • The Canterbury digiTales Project - … dynamics of literary point of view as it applies to Chaucer’s use of narrative in The Canterbury Tales. They create … . Project Description After studying The Canterbury Tales, the class discusses Chaucer’s use of narrative. Each student then creates a fictional … audio elements of the narrative. • Have a clear understanding of Chaucer’s use of narrative in The Canterbury Tales. Technology Skills …
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  • Multicultural Canterbury Pilgrimage - Multicultural Canterbury Pilgrimage Description After the students have read Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, they create travel brochures that detail … program -Colored paper -Colored pencils/crayons -Glue -Scissors -Copies of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales -Internet access Preparations 1. Review a …
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  • A Discourse on the History of Language - … or why not? 5. Read excerpts of works by Geoffrey Chaucer ("The Canterbury Tales" is an accessible work to students of … with the article author's statement of "witness how hard Chaucer is to read just 600 years later"? Why or why …
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  • Analyzing Symbolism, Plot, and Theme in Death and the Miser - … the church during the Middle Ages. The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer: The symbolism in this work of art illustrates the impact … way similar to that portrayed by the various characters in Chaucer's work. Compare the miser to the characters in "The …
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  • On a Pilgrimage - … PERFORMANCE Include rubric(s) Discuss pilgrimages. Read excerpts from Geoffrey Chaucer: Canterbury Tales selected, translated, and adapted by Barbara Cohen. Discuss … of the Middle Ages. Day 26-28- Read aloud Geoffrey Chaucer: Canturbury Tales by Barbara Cohen, assign pilgrims. Students work on …
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  • LPS Nonfiction and Research Follow-Up CRT Project - … person and what the advice would be about—i.e. Chaucer would tell the duke trying to marry Violet in Shakespeare … about love, religion, and faithfulness and less about money because Chaucer believes….) Reaction: (Identify what someone said and then react to …
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  • Sonnet Explication - … with a section of text from another auther (i.e. Chaucer's General Prologue) May be adapted for high school level …
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  • The Teller of the Tale, Part 3 - … Description Following the study of The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, students write their own tales and present their modern day …
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