BEOWULF-- Bias and Propaganda in the Old Epic

This activity challenges students to consider Beowulf as a work of propaganda. Students are to document examples of propaganda and bias in the poem by looking for specific propaganda devices and tone words in action. After gathering evidence, students synthesize their findings in a piece of writing to use as reference during a class discussion on how Beowulf exists as a piece of propaganda. Answer key included!

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Created: Jul 29, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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