This storyboard does not have a description.
". . . A fire breathing dragon that has bean guarding a treasure for hundreds of years is disturbed by thief, who enters the treasure tower and steals a cup." Page 52
". . . I mean to stand, not run from his shooting Flames, stand till fate decides which of us wins." Page 53
"Behind his high shield, waiting in his shinning Armor. The monster came quickly toward him, Pouring out fire and smoke, hurrying To its fate. Flames beat at the iron Shield, and for a time it held, protected Beowulf as he'd planned; then it began to melt, And for the first time in his life that famous prince Fought with fate against him, with glory Denied him." Page 54
"None of his comrades Came to him, helped him, his brave and noble Followers; they ran for their lives, fled Deep in a wood. And only one of them Remained, stood there, miserable, remembering, as a good man must, what kinshipshould mean." Page 54
"Wiglaf joins Beowulf, who again attacks the dragons single-handed: but the remnant of hos sword shatters, and the monster wounds him in the neck. Wiglaf then strikes the dragon, and he and Beowulf together finally succeed in killing beast. Page 56
"I'd leave my armor to my son Now, if God had given me an heir, A child born of my body, his life Created from mine. I've worn this crown For fifty winters: . . . I can die, here, Knowing the lord of all life has never Watched me washed my sword in blood Born of my family." Page 56
Explore Our Articles and Examples
Try Our Other Websites!
Photos for Class
– Search for School-Safe, Creative Commons Photos (It Even Cites for You!
– Easily Make and Share Great-Looking Rubrics
– Create Custom Nursery Art