Set Characters to Music
It can be any genre of music so long as the lyrics are clean enough for you to present it in class--and for your teacher to listen to.
A Lay is a long narrative poem, especially one that was sung by medieval minstrels. "The Lay of the Last Minstrel" by Sir Walter Scott is an example of a lay.
A Ballad is a poem that tells a story similar to a folk tail or legend which often has a repeated refrain. The theme song from "Gilligan's Island" is an example of a ballad.
Try setting your lay or ballad to music. Illuminate the writing of the poems the way monks did.
Prose or Poetry
Sagas are epic tales of heroic deeds of the past, tales of worthy men (or women in your case), They are sometimes romanticized and fantastic, but always dealing with...
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