Use a dream, real or fictional, to frame a short story. Make sure the reader knows it is a dream. Use the dream as a way to explore writing opportunities not usually available.
Make a list of at least 20 words you have learned while reading The Romance of the Rose. Use these words to create a word puzzle. Examples of word puzzles might be a crossword puzzle or a word search. Trade puzzles with a classmate.
Illustrate the spring setting the narrator is witness to in The Romance of the Rose.
Draw a portrait of one of the characters the narrator meets in Sir Mirth's garden.
In a group, create a skit about falling in love in which a character experiences similar feelings to the narrator in The Romance of the Rose.
Courtly Love Guidebook
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