BALLAD OF MULAN HOMEWORK PACKET
Curriculum Resources - Elementary / Ballad of Mulan
Ballad of Mulan 1 Ballad of Mulan 01 Words From Long-Ago Times of War 1 Ballad of Mulan 02 Inference Chart 1 Ballad of Mulan 03 Vocabulary Multiple Meaning Chart 1 Ballad of Mulan 04 Using the Dictionary 1 Ballad of Mulan 05 Daily Language Practice 1 Ballad of Mulan 06 Kinds of Sentences 1 Ballad of Mulan 07 Capitalizing and Punctuating Sentences[PDF]
Design Institute of San Diego COURSE SYLLABUS SUMMER 2019
storytelling; ballad In-class reading: “The Ballad of Mulan” (China, 6th century CE), Vol. B, 49-51 “Bold William Taylor” (Great Britain, 19th century CE), course packet 61 Film: Mulan (1998) 3 No homework due first day of class. For homework due on Class 2, see Class 2 2. 5/22 CLASS 2: Oral Tradition and Early Written Literature Quiz 1[PDF]
Primary Source Document with Questions (DBQs) THE BALLAD
Excerpts from The Ballad of Mulan (Ode of Mulan) Tsiek tsiek and again tsiek tsiek, Mulan weaves, facing the door. You don’t hear the shuttle’s sound, You only hear Daughter’s sighs. They ask Daughter who’s in her heart, They ask Daughter who’s on her mind. “No one is on Daughter’s heart, No one is on Daughter’s mind.