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Friday, September 19

  1. page Arthurian Myths edited ... Medieval Romance: {Medieval Romance.pptx} 1) Chivalry - the traditional code of conduct…
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    Medieval Romance:
    {Medieval Romance.pptx}
    1) Chivalry - the traditional code of conduct associated with the medieval institution of knighthood
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    {Arthur Background Diagram.isf} {Morte d'Arthur Questions.doc}
    Live Blog Excalibur

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Thursday, May 22

Monday, May 19

  1. page Lord of the Flies edited William Golding's Lord of the Flies {http://www.cineclubfilmsociety.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/…
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    Lord of the Flies
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    "We've got to have rules and obey them. After all, we're not savages. We're English, and the English are best at everything. So we've got to do the right things." - Jack
    {LOTF Intro Questions.pptx} {Lord of the Flies Characters and Themes.pptx}
    {LOTF Ch. 2-4.docx} {LOTF ch. 5-8-1.docx}
    Mod 2 Ch. 9-12 discussion
    Lord of the Flies: The End!
    Mod 3 Ch 9-12 discussion
    Lord of the Flies: The End (Mod 3)

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Friday, April 4

Wednesday, April 2

  1. page Research Paper edited {Research Paper First 5.pptx} Quizlet Links: Mod 2 Mod 4
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Wednesday, February 12

  1. page Beowulf edited ... {Grendel Chapter 5 Questions.doc} Clearly based on the movie, but somewhat entertaining none…
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    {Grendel Chapter 5 Questions.doc}
    Clearly based on the movie, but somewhat entertaining nonetheless...
     
     
    Beowulf 2.0 (or, why I usually don't show the movie...)
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Thursday, January 30

  1. page Beowulf edited   The epic poem Beowulf was written in Old English, also called Anglo-Saxon, the language spok…

     
    The epic poem Beowulf was written in Old English, also called Anglo-Saxon, the language spoken on the island of Great Britain after the arrival of the Angles and Saxons around 500 A.D. Their language survived and evolved until the Normans conquered the island in 1066.
    The author of Beowulf is unknown, as is the date of its original composition—although some suppose that the saga was written sometime in the 7th or 8th century. Numerous recitations likely embroidered the story and its characters with extraordinary elements and exaggerated character traits, including godlike wisdom, intelligence, and nearly superhuman strength and abilities.
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Thursday, January 23

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