Flashcards, Helpful Links & More
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assessments & research. Links are changed on an ongoing basis, so check back
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Vocabulary & More
Welcome to Day 2 of your Middle Ages' Research! To kick things
off, complete a brief job application and print out your
results. Your closure is a direct reflection of your printout,
so plan accordingly!
Job Searching in Medieval England
Use the quizlet option to print flashcards, play games, and take
pre-tests. Please register along with your class period. This
feature will be used on a weekly basis.
Quizlet Groups & Sign-In
Introduced on Tues., 9/10/13. Flashcards are due on Thurs.,
9/12/12. Multiple choice assessment in class on Fri., 9/13/13.
Beowulf List #1 Vocabulary
Introduced on Tues., 9/17/13. Flashcards due on Wed., 9/18/13.
Multiple Choice Assessment (including both sets of A.S. terms) in
class on Fri., 9/21. No vocabulary for week of 9/24--study and
review your cards for Beowulf test as some terms may appear on
Anglo-Saxon Stations' terms
Introduced on Mon., 9/30/13. Flashcards due on Wed., 10/2/13.
Multiple choice assessment (single list) will take place in class
on Fri., 10/4/13.
PSAT List #1
Introduced on Tues., 10/22/13. Flashcards are due on Thurs.,
10/24/13. Multiple Choice assessment (single list) will take
place in class on Friday, 10/25/13.
Middle Ages' Terms #1
Sample Preazi for use with Middle Ages.
Lakeria & Angela: MA Prezi
Middle Ages' Terms compiled by students during MA project.
Flashcards are due on Thurs., 10/31, and the terms will be
assessed on Fri., 11/1.
Middle Ages List #2
Arthurian Legends' terms to be used with Death of Arthur study.
Flashcards are due no later than Wed., 11/13, and the terms will
be assessed on Fri., 11/15. (First Vocab Quiz of MP 2)
Arthurian Legends' Vocabulary
On Tues., 11/12, students will explore the Internet to recreate
the attached chart. In doing so, students will explore the myth
and reality of King Arthur. During the process, students should
take notes on key events (both historical and fantasy) that
occurred in "Arthur's" life. Final charts and timeline sketches
will be submitted at the end of class on Tuesday. Findings will
be shared in class via student timeline as an introduction to the
tale "The Death of Arthur" and the dramatic monologue assignment
(TBD on Wed.).
King Arthur: Legend & History
Flashcards due on Wed., 12/4. Quiz to take place on Fri., 12/6.
Canterbury Tales' Prologue terms