Prologue (Grime Mix)

In this lesson, we will explore the Prologue of 'Telling Tales' and compare sections of it to 'The Canterbury Tales'.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What type of poem is 'The Canterbury Tales'?

1/10

Q2.Which poem was 'Telling Tales' inspired by?

2/10

Q3.What is a frame narrative?

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Q4.When a narrative includes lots of smaller narratives, what do we call this?

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Q5.Select the frame narrative.

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Q6.What is the correct definition of a pilgrim?

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Q7.Which tale inspired the character of Robert Knightley?

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Q8.Select the correct similarity between Robert Knightly and the Knight.

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Q9.Select the correct similarity between Robert Knightly and the Knight.

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Q10.Select the correct similarity between the Miller and Robyn Miller.

10/10

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What type of poem is 'The Canterbury Tales'?

1/10

Q2.Which poem was 'Telling Tales' inspired by?

2/10

Q3.What is a frame narrative?

3/10

Q4.When a narrative includes lots of smaller narratives, what do we call this?

4/10

Q5.Select the frame narrative.

5/10

Q6.What is the correct definition of a pilgrim?

6/10

Q7.Which tale inspired the character of Robert Knightley?

7/10

Q8.Select the correct similarity between Robert Knightly and the Knight.

8/10

Q9.Select the correct similarity between Robert Knightly and the Knight.

9/10

Q10.Select the correct similarity between the Miller and Robyn Miller.

10/10

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Quiz:

Prologue (Grime Mix)

Now that you have completed the lesson in our unit on Telling Tales. Take the quiz to see if you can recall the key learning from our lesson. Good luck and aim for 100%!

Q1.Which text is written by Geoffrey Chaucer?

1/10

Q2.Which character was Robert Knightley based on?

2/10

Q3.What do we call the introduction to a book, film, play or poem?

3/10

Q4.What is the purpose of a prologue?

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Q5.Who is the Host in Telling Tales?

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Q6.If a writer gives human characteristics to something non-human what are they using?

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Q7.In Telling Tales, what is continually being personified throughout the poem?

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Q8.What does the Host say is flowing through his veins?

8/10

Q9.Who tells the FIRST tale?

9/10

Q10.Where are the pilgrims journeying to and from in both poems?

10/10

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Prologue (Grime Mix)

Now that you have completed the lesson in our unit on Telling Tales. Take the quiz to see if you can recall the key learning from our lesson. Good luck and aim for 100%!

Q1.Which text is written by Geoffrey Chaucer?

1/10

Q2.Which character was Robert Knightley based on?

2/10

Q3.What do we call the introduction to a book, film, play or poem?

3/10

Q4.What is the purpose of a prologue?

4/10

Q5.Who is the Host in Telling Tales?

5/10

Q6.If a writer gives human characteristics to something non-human what are they using?

6/10

Q7.In Telling Tales, what is continually being personified throughout the poem?

7/10

Q8.What does the Host say is flowing through his veins?

8/10

Q9.Who tells the FIRST tale?

9/10

Q10.Where are the pilgrims journeying to and from in both poems?

10/10

Lesson summary: Prologue (Grime Mix)

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