If all of the elements of this lesson plan are employed, students will develop the following powers, skills, and understanding:
Students will be able to explain Marlowe's poetry and translations in terms of form and content.
Students will be able to discuss the place of Marlowe's poetry in the broader literary family of Elizabethan literature.
Students will be able to compare the form and content of Marlowe's poetry to the works of his contemporaries.
Students will be able to expand vocabulary and make connections between words in Latin, Middle English, and Contemporary Vernacular.
Students will be able to analyze the role of both classical allusion and the...