Joan of Arc 2019 ELA Project By Elena Gergis

Joan of Arc 2019 ELA Project By Elena Gergis

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  • You know what I'm doing is best for the family, Cateline. Don't worry about me, I won't get hurt. I, as your younger brother, promise to you that I will be able to come back home once we have at least one victory.
  • Please Geoffroi, I beg of you! Please come back home, I don't want you to get hurt...
  • Do you happen to know who is the leader of the troop that Geoffroi William is in?
  • How? No one would ever let a lady lead the military!
  • I was sent a message from God telling me that I would lead France to victory. I told  King Charles VII and he allowed me to lead a small troop.
  • I am the one who is leading his group. My name is Jeanne d'Arc.
  • Could you please let him leave the military? I don't want my little brother to get hurt.
  • Trust me, he'll be fine. I will make sure of it.
  • I am sorry, but I do not want to lose another soldier. He is old enough to make his own decisions.
  • The Hundred Year War, 1429 The Williams are peasants and Geoffroi William decided to join the military in order for his family to level up and become nobles.
  • I understand what you mean now. Thank you.
  • That is nice to hear.
  • Jeanne d'Arc is the real name of the famous Joan of Arc. Cateline decides that she's going to ask the leader to let Geoffroi leave. She finds the leader and is shocked that it's a girl.
  • I missed you so much Cateline!
  • Oh Geoffroi, I missed you so, so very much!
  • When she asks Joan tells her no and she tries to reassure her that Geoffroi will be fine.
  • She is not a witch!
  • I say she's a WITCH!
  • Cateline accepts that her younger brother is old enough to make his own decisions. She understands that it was his decision.
  • A few months later, they heard that Joan lead France to victory and Geoffroi was safe. He then came back home to his family and they became nobles.
  • Joan of Arc died May 30, 1431. She was burned at the stake and was called a witch. Cateline and Geoffroi were there at her trial and were very upset about what was happening.
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