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1 Jeopardy Beowulf

2 Crazy Creatures Weapons of Choice It starts with H Places of Interest Mr. J

3 The Battle Zone The Language Links to the real world Terms… yep. Just plain old terms Staff Stuff

4 Question: Create a kenning to describe one of the staff members here at BW. Create a kenning to describe one of the staff members here at BW.

5 1- $100 This creature tormented Heorot Hall night after night. –Grendel

6 1- $200 She was the second creature to attack Hrothgar’s people. –Grendel’s Mom

7 1- $300 In Beowulf’s homeland, a servant steals this and causes a dragon to become angry. Golden goblet Golden goblet

8 1- $400 Beowulf killed these when he swam against Brecca. Sea Monsters Sea Monsters

9 1- $500 Grendel attacked Heorot Hall for this many years. –

10 2- $100 This was the name of the hall. Heorot Hall Heorot Hall

11 2- $200 He was the builder of Heorot Hall. Hrothgar Hrothgar

12 2- $300 This was what Beowulf lived by. Heroic Code Heroic Code

13 2- $400 Hrothgar’s father. Halfdane Halfdane

14 2- $500 He was Beowulf’s uncle. He was also a king. Hygelac Hygelac

15 3- $100 Beowulf used these weapons to kill Grendel. His bare hands (I believe they were called thunder and lightning) His bare hands (I believe they were called thunder and lightning)

16 3- $200 Beowulf found this in Grendel’s mom’s cave and killed her. Sword Sword

17 3- $300 Beowulf used this to keep safe from the dragon’s fire. Shield Shield

18 3- $400 The dragon kills Beowulf with this type of bite. Poisonous bite to the shoulder Poisonous bite to the shoulder

19 3- $500 This was the name of the sword Unferth gave to Beowulf. –Hrunting

20 4- $100 Beowulf’s home country was called this. Geatland Geatland

21 4- $200 Grendel’s mom’s home area was symbolic of this place. Hell Hell

22 4- $300 Hrothgar’s kingdom was located in this country. Daneland or Denmark Daneland or Denmark

23 4- $400 Grendel’s arm was temporarily hung in this place. Then his mom took it. Heorot Hall Heorot Hall

24 4- $500 In today’s world, Geatland is basically known as this country. Sweden Sweden

25 5- $100 Mr. Jourdeans has this many sons

26 5- $200 Mr. Jourdeans was in these two sports in college. Track and Cross Country Track and Cross Country

27 5- $

28 5- $400 Mr. J’s wife does this for a living. Teacher at SCC Teacher at SCC

29 5- $500 Mr. J had a crush on this superhero when he was young. Wonder Woman Wonder Woman

30 1- $200 Beowulf defeats Grendel by ripping this off. Grendel’s arm Grendel’s arm

31 1- $400 Shield Sheafson was a wrecker of these. Mead-benches Mead-benches

32 1- $600 Beowulf chopped these two characters’ heads off. Yum! Grendel and his mommy Grendel and his mommy

33 1- $800 He beat Beowulf in a swimming match. Brecca Brecca

34 1- $1000 He was the only one to help Beowulf defeat the dragon. Everyone else took off…wimps. Wiglaf Wiglaf

35 2- $200 This religion believes in many gods. It was not the emphasis of the poem. Pagan (or polytheistic) Pagan (or polytheistic) –Christianity was a focus of the poem

36 2- $400 The story was initially passed between people via this medium. Spoken word Spoken word

37 2- $600 Beowulf was written in approximately this year AD 1000 AD

38 2- $800 Beowulf takes place in approximately this century. 5 th 5 th

39 2- $1000 Beowulf is considered the first of these in the English language. Epic poem Epic poem

40 3- $200 All the H-names were an example of this. Alliteration—the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words Alliteration—the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words

41 3- $400 Comparing using like or as. Simile Simile

42 3- $600 A hint of what is to come is called this. Foreshadowing Foreshadowing

43 3- $800 “He is a pig” is an example of this. Metaphor Metaphor

44 3- $1000 Sky-Roamer or bone-cage are examples of this literary device. Kenning Kenning

45 4- $200 A lesson about life that can be learned from a story. Theme Theme

46 4- $ This is the path to power among people everywhere. Behavior that is admired Behavior that is admired

47 4- $600 The use of an object to represent or suggest another. –Symbolism

48 4- $800 A long poem that tells a story is called this. Epic poem Epic poem

49 4- $1000 A person who, through strong contrast, emphasizes or enhances the distinctive characteristics of another A person who, through strong contrast, emphasizes or enhances the distinctive characteristics of another –Foil

50 5- $200 He used to teach and coach in New Richmond. Mr. Russell Mr. Russell

51 5- $400 He is the head baseball coach. Mr. Hush Mr. Hush

52 5- $600 He was Homecoming King in 1994 and graduated from St. Cloud State in Mr. Sell Mr. Sell

53 5- $800 This teacher spent one month teaching in the Grenada Islands as part of his multicultural education exchange. Mr. Peterson Mr. Peterson

54 5- $1000 This teacher has a slight fear of heights, but went sky-diving anyway. Mr. Jourdeans Mr. Jourdeans


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