For this project, you will be transported to the mythical land of Camelot! All of the stories you can find in google.Well, not really. However, you will be writing a creative
piece that will demonstrate your understanding of chivalry. In this Unit
Project, you will imagine what it would be like to be a knight in King
Arthur’s court in Camelot.You will be the protagonist of your story, so this should be written in a first person
point of view. You have read all about chivalry in this unit, have
studied examples of knights, and you will be taking this knowledge with
you to Camelot. You will also be fully accepted by King Arthur as a
knight and outfitted with shining armor accordingly.You will be spending a week as a knight. During this week, three
events will occur, similar to the ones we read about in the selections
from this unit. Choose three from among the following options:Negotiate a peace agreement with a rogue knight (as in Le Mort d’Arthur)Lead an army into an epic battle (as in Le Mort d’Arthur)Receive an order to complete a task from King Arthur (as in Le Mort d’Arthur)Face temptation (as in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight)Receive a challenge for a duel (as in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight)Fall in courtly love and pursue a romance (as in a Knight’s Tale)Recruit a squire (as in Don Quixote)Project DetailsYour project will tell in detail what happened during your chosen three events. For each event you face, you must acknowledge the chivalrous thing to do:What is the chivalrous thing to do in this situation?Why do you think this the chivalrous thing to do?In the stories you have studied, how did the knights react to this specific situation?You will need to provide support for this. Your support may be a recollection of the text when a character faced this situation; if so, provide a quote from the story. Or, you may choose to support it with research instead. You can use a link provided in the course or find one of your own. (Make sure to include a Works Cited page.)Once you have acknowledged the chivalrous thing to do, you may choose
to either do the chivalrous thing or not. You must behave chivalrously at least once, and you must break the code of chivalry at least once.
Justify your decisions! You must have a reason why you choose to do the
right thing or the wrong thing in each scenario. Remember – Sir
Bedivere had a hard time throwing Excalibur away as he was told to!
However, Sir Bedivere also had a specific reason for disobeying his
kings orders.Be detailed. Write these scenarios loosely based on the stories we read, but take liberties to create your own adventure.
I should be able to see your understanding of the texts and of the code
of chivalry, but this should be a fun piece that showcases your
creativity and imaginationTie your story or essay together to create a cohesive piece.
Since this is a unique and somewhat absurd situation, spend your first
paragraph introducing your reader to the scenario. This may mean
discussing what you learned in the course, describing the time-travel
experience, or detailing your first meeting with King Arthur. Your
conclusion should wrap up your paper with a discussion of your
experience and perhaps your return home.You may choose to write this narratively (like a novel), as a diary entry, a letter, or just a report to your teacher about your experience. Embrace the project! Write as though you are truly living this!This essay should be between three and seven pages (750-1750 words) in length.
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