The Miller’s Tale. AC 4, 6, 8. Do Now (4, 8). 1. Take out your copies of the Prologue. 2. Write down the correct definitions for the words you started looking up on Monday. Write these in the margins of your text or on a separate sheet of paper. . Do Now (4) - Definitions.
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The Miller’s Tale
AC 4, 6, 8
1. Define Fabliau.
2. What is foreshadowing?
3. Write a sentence with alliteration in which you have at least 4 words starting with the same consonant sound.
What is Imagery?
I will tell you when to hold up your boards (if you finish, start working on the Reading Guide questions for this section (#5-6).
On your whiteboards, make a prediction about what will happen in the rest of the story.
Answer the following question in at least 3-5 sentences. This will be collected. You will have 5 minutes to complete this question.