Read the text here and answer the questions below:
Cont. history of language work:
Take notes on the history of language from the TedEd "dig deeper" lesson.
Answer the prompt on the last slide of this ppt.
Complete this lesson first:
1. Watch the video and answer the "think" questions
2. Answer the "discuss" question with a strong one paragraph response.
3. Go to the "dig deeper" link and access the "history of language" link:
5. Visit the link for a virtual tour of Chaucer's England and complete the worksheet.
Any assignment not completed in class will be homework.
Translate the first 40 lines of the prologue for Canterbury Tales
Click here for the text.
Upcoming quiz - tuesday 4/9
Use the video below to practice: YOU DO NOT NEED AN ACCENT!
Click here for a text of the story
Complete the following handout while reading the story:
Here's a video of the tale for your viewing.
Wife of Bath Project!
In Groups of 3 to 4, you will need two computers.
Canterbury Tales: Prologue
You will be assigned a set of characters to study:
1. Read the character description from the prologue.
2. On a blank copy paper, complete the following:
Canterbury tales: St. Pete High
test march 22
1. Terell, Katie, Jaz, Brenda: Act 5 Scene 1 (Lines 1-132)
2. Lilly, Tina, Truc, Jarnecia: Act 5 Scene 1 (Lines 132-224)
3. Julia, Tyler, Niesha, Julianne: Act 5 Scene 1 (Lines 224-320)
4. Michela, Elessia, Alex P, Sydney: Act 5 Scene 2 (Lines 1-133)
5. Rilea, Leigh, Armani, Kyle: Act 5 Scene 2 (Lines 134-238)
6. Olyvia, Alex M, Mailyn, Havalynn: Act 5 Scene 2 (Lines 240 - 332)
7. Kensie, Bradleigh, Bryn.: Act 5 Scene 2 (Lines 333-445)
Please complete the following by 3/5:
2. Write a 500 word reflection about what you think a possbile answer/interpretation could be. This reflection can be hand-written but it must include at least two references, from Hamlet, that supports your analysis. This must be your own work; I will not accept any responses that are borrowed (even partially) from another source, like SparkNotes.