This 'Beowulf' infographic from Course Hero is as awesome as it is helpful. Check it out!

This 'Beowulf' infographic from Course Hero is as awesome as it is helpful by showing more analysis for the book.

this is the scene when beowulf defeated Grendal for the first time and hung his arm to show that he had defeated Grendal.

Lessons in Manliness From Beowulf

Beowulf & Grendel's arm : this is just after Grendel attacks Beowulf, and with his strong grasp Beowulf rips Grendel's arm apart and hangs it up on the Rafters as. a reward or maybe even a trophy of accomplishment.

Heraldry - The Basics. Pretty nifty reference when studying this time period.

Medieval times- build their own coat of arms sheild Heraldry - The Basics. Pretty nifty reference when studying this time period.

The hero's journey in an infographic

The hero's journey in an infographic. Do you teach the hero's journey as part of your literature course? Challenge students to find other texts or movies that fit into the hero's journey framework.

Mead Hall: An accurate representation of the #Mead #Hall in Heorot owned by Hrothgar. The popular "bar" at the time, which Grendel hated.

An accurate representation of the Mead hall in Herot owned by Hrothgar. The popular "bar" at the time that Grendal hated.

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Cutaway picture of a Viking house. Previous pinner wrote: The door is in the wrong place, for a typical Viking longhouse the door should be off centre on one of the long walls.

Neat New TED-ED Animated Video & Lesson: “Where did English come from?” | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

In a recent Ted-Ed lesson, educator and linguist Claire Bowern explains the origins of the English language and how it has evolved throughout the centuries

Beowulf By Anonymous Character Map

Here is a Beowulf relationship family. I have actually seen this used in a Senior English class. It is useful because it helps students situate all the characters and their relationships.

The characteristics of an epic hero are laid out in a web design. The students should fill in each space with a specific detail about how Beowulf displays that characteristic.

The characteristics of an epic hero are laid out in a web design. The students should fill in each space with a specific detail about how Beowulf displays that characteristic.

Twelfth grade Lesson "Beowulf" Station Rotation: An Epic Activity

Twelfth grade Lesson "Beowulf" Station Rotation: An Epic Activity I absolutely love this, adapt for my class of three and 50 minute class periods

How to Create an Epic Character for your novel: this infographic lays out nine foundation blocks to help you get to know your character on an entirely new level.  Make sure to check out the workbook by clicking the pin if you want to delve into your character development in more detail! // Something Delicious

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How to Create an Epic Character for your novel: this infographic lays out nine foundation blocks to help you get to know your character on an entirely new level. Make sure to check out the workbook by clicking the pin if you want to delve into your chara

I chose this because this is something that Beowulf lived by. He wanted glory and to have fame while he was alive and long after he died.

Does anyone know if this is an actual proverb? I haven't read Beowulf since high school.I chose this because this is something that Beowulf lived by. He wanted glory and to have fame while he was alive and long after he died.

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