Module One Lesson Three Mastery Assignment Part II: Beowulf Wri±ng PromptIs Beowulf a hero? Why or why not?Is Beowulf a hero? Why or why not? Beowulf is adored and admired throughout the poem as an epic hero. Although, many see him as a hero Fgure and a role model, he shows and represents his true being. He shows the characterisTcs of having a conceited nature. By only Fnding and seeking glory for himself he is looked upon conceited. He is selFsh for the act of not giving credit to those who had helpedand aid him in his ba±les and wars. His characterisTcs and true being is not what a hero is but a selFsh coward.He represents a conceited nature as he elevates himself above the people in his surroundings in order to bring an eventual glory to his name. He even watched one of his own men die in order to understand a be±er connecTon of Grendel. He used that opTon to Fght him eventually and receive the glory only for himself.
Module 15 Lesson 2 Mastery Assignment Write Your Own Story!Your task is to write a story about WWII. Your intended reader is someone who knows very little about thewar. Use the outline below in order to cover the major points. Your story should be between 400 and 600 words in length. You may use outside sources but you must site them at the end of your essay. I. Causes of WWII a.Rise of totalitarian/aggressive governments (Hitler, Mussolini, Hirohito) b.Policy of appeasement c.Non-aggression pactII. The War Begins a.Hitler invades Poland with blitzkrieg tactic b.The fall of France to the Germans