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Daybook Entry #5 Combine each pair of sentences by inserting a word or phrase from one sentence into the other. You may need to add commas or change the forms of words. Sample: Two Sentences: Mitul knew it. He had passed the entrance exam .

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Daybook Entry #5Combine each pair of sentences by inserting a word or phrasefrom one sentence into the other. You may need to add commasor change the forms of words.

Sample: Two Sentences: Mitul knew it. He had passed the entrance exam.

Sample Solution: Mitulknew he had passed the entrance exam.

1. We will continue reading Beowulf today. We should find out how the story ends.

2. The Greek Festival is this weekend at the fairgrounds. Look for William if you go.

3. I love traveling. One of my favorite cities to visit is London.

4. Our football players spend many hours practicing for the games. The games are usually held on Friday nights.

5. Everyone looks weekends. The weekend always seems too short when the alarm rings on Monday morning.

sept 15 16 agenda remind your parents about open house
Sept. 15-16 AgendaRemind your parents about Open House
  • HW: Work on personal essay and remember to sign up for tutoring for extra credit. Due date is Oct. 4-5.
  • Return your textbooks at the end of the period.
today s objectives
Today’s Objectives
  • Explain the meaning of archetype, wyrd and comitatus as they relate to Beowulf.
  • Appreciate the importance of loyalty in AS society
  • Recognize the need for the use of kennings and alliteration in AS epic poetry
archetype

Archetype

Perfect example.

Original model from which all things are copied or on which they are based.

Prototype

archetypes in beowulf
Archetypes in Beowulf
  • Beowulf is the archetypal hero.
  • Grendel is the archetypal villain.
  • The image of a lone hero standing up to a fire-breathing dragon or other giant monster is one of the most archetypal images in Western heroic literature.
wyrd fate
Wyrd: Fate
  • Important element in AS worldview was the concept of wyrd (fate).
  • Believed that a hero could postpone death through bravery but that fate would win out.
dragon symbolism
Dragon: symbolism
  • Embodiment of wyrd
comitatus warrior s role
Comitatus: Warrior’s role
  • Warrior must defend his lord to the death.
  • A true AS hero would worry more about showing fear than being disloyal or dying.
  • Breach of comitatus: Failure of Beowulf’s men to come to his aid.
as society
AS Society
  • Built on loyalty
comitatus leader s role
Comitatus: Leader’s role
  • Dispensing treasure is a symbol of loyalty between the king and his people
barrow
Barrow
  • Can mean a hill
  • In this poem it is a mound of earth or stones built over a burial site.
kenning
Kenning
  • A metaphor made of a pair of words
each member must choose a role and fulfill the corresponding obligations
Each member must choose a role and fulfill the corresponding obligations:
  • • Reader: Responsible for reading all the questions and make sure everyone understands them.
  • • Task Master: Make sure that the group completes all of the assigned tasks.
  • • Recorder: Responsible for writing anything that needs to be written down.
  • • Collector: Make sure that all names are on the answers and answers are complete. Turn in by the end of class.
  • Kenning collector: helps group find kennings in Part II and writes them at end of answers to questions
groups
Groups
  • Beowulf
  • Brandon B.
  • Langston
  • Ashley
  • Ian
  • Chloe
  • Grendel
  • Max
  • Cody Brown
  • Cody Black
  • Bo Boney
  • Lisa
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Grendel’s mother

  • Tiffany
  • Will
  • Agustin
  • Janay
  • Demar
  • Bailey
  • Wiglaf
  • Andrew
  • McKenzie
  • Hayley
  • Casey
  • Ebony
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Wyrd

  • Katherine
  • Scott
  • Drew
  • Amber
  • Alex D.
  • James
  • Dragons
  • Jeremiah
  • Hayden
  • Rae’Jonna
  • Chris M.
  • Ivan
  • Niang