Session Title

Teaching the Middle Ages to All Ages

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Litel Clergeon Society

Organizer Name

Kristin Lynn Cole; Deva F. Kemmis

Organizer Affiliation

International Center for Language Studies; Kunskapsskolan Borlänge

Presider Name

Kristin Lynn Cole

Paper Title 1

Weaving in the Medieval: From Secondary School Middle English Mischief to a Military Module

Presenter 1 Name

Deva F. Kemmis

Paper Title 2

Feast and Farce: Teaching the Middle Ages through Theater

Presenter 2 Name

Jenna McKellips

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Independent Scholar

Paper Title 3

Integrating the Middle Ages in French and English Curricula at a Private Country Day School

Presenter 3 Name

Les Haygood

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Keith Country Day School

Start Date

10-5-2019 3:30 PM

Session Location

Schneider 1345

Description

“Teaching the Middle Ages to All Ages” will be a panel on best practices, primarily focused on the secondary and post-secondary classroom, for successfully incorporating medieval literature and culture content into a variety of settings and courses. This session will provide a forum for sharing collaborative approaches and support for teachers without broad institutional support for the pre-modern curriculum, and will also offer ideas for text selection, curricular articulation, and secondary sources helpful to teaching primary texts to learners both in and outside the academy. Deva Kemmis

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May 10th, 3:30 PM

Teaching the Middle Ages to All Ages

Schneider 1345

“Teaching the Middle Ages to All Ages” will be a panel on best practices, primarily focused on the secondary and post-secondary classroom, for successfully incorporating medieval literature and culture content into a variety of settings and courses. This session will provide a forum for sharing collaborative approaches and support for teachers without broad institutional support for the pre-modern curriculum, and will also offer ideas for text selection, curricular articulation, and secondary sources helpful to teaching primary texts to learners both in and outside the academy. Deva Kemmis