About This Chapter
Who's it for?
This unit of our 12th Grade English: High School course will benefit homeschool parents by providing them with:
- new ways to teach the concepts in this course
- strategies to engage students during the learning process
- recommended activities and discussion questions to pair with lessons
How it works:
This helpful collection of homeschool resources offers homeschool parents relevant tools to make planning lessons easy.
- Integrate these resources into your educational routine to vary instruction and engage your child.
- Reference our materials as inspiration for your lesson plans, activities, and assignments.
1. Beowulf Discussion Questions
These discussion questions concerning the epic poem 'Beowulf' will give your student(s) the opportunity to think critically and openly about the poem. They explore the poem's characters, plot, setting, themes, and genre.
2. Beowulf Study Guide Questions
A well-written set of study guide questions can help your student(s) focus on the major themes of Beowulf, as well as ensuring that they don't miss important plot points. These questions are written for the high school or college level.
3. Beowulf Essay Topics
These essay prompts will help your student(s) explore Beowulf's main themes and ideas. Prompts for expository, compare and contrast, and persuasive essays are provided.
4. Beowulf Lesson Plan
This lesson plan gives you the tools needed to create an engaging lesson on the epic poem 'Beowulf. Access a video lesson, review with students the literary elements present in the piece of work, and have them develop their own hero as well as poem to help them appreciate the impact of ''Beowulf''. Related lessons and activities are suggested, as well.
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Other chapters within the 12th Grade English: Homeschool Curriculum course
- High School English: Reading Skills
- 12th Grade English: Literary Text Analysis
- 12th Grade English: Literary Terms & Devices
- Short Story Elements: House of Usher & Story of an Hour
- Novel Exemplars: Canterbury Tales, Wuthering Heights & Frankenstein
- Drama Characteristics: Hamlet & The Glass Menagerie
- Understanding & Analyzing Poetry
- Nonfiction Text Analysis
- High School English: Media & Art Analysis
- High School English: Word Choice & Tone
- 12th Grade English: The Writing Process
- 12th Grade English: Argumentative Reading & Writing
- 12th Grade English: Informative & Technical Writing
- High School English: Narrative Writing
- 12th Grade English: Research Skills
- High School English: Speaking & Listening Skills
- Homeschool Resources for 12th Grade English
- Homeschool Resources for Shakespeare's Hamlet
- Homeschool Resources for the Novel Frankenstein
- 12th Grade English: Homeschool Assignments & Projects