Freak the Mighty. Web-Quest. The novel Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick is a great story about an unlikely friendship between two boys. The novel has a. Freak the Mighty. by Rodman Philbrick This webquest will lead you to some information that will help you get the most out of the book. At the bottom of each. Freak the Mighty Webquest. About this webmix: No description. Related keywords: Knights Code of Chivalry The Knights of the Round Table Morquio’s.
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You may use an example or design your own. An introduction to Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick. Write a second paragraph explaining what it is to help your classmates understand it. What is a virtue? What events in the story showed “might”?
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If you have successfully completed your quest, you should be able to explain what life was like in the times of castles, knights and King Arthur. Published by Harold Stevenson Modified over 3 years ago. If it has some links to click on, go ahead and see wevquest is on the other pages.
Be prepared to explain the items you include to your classmates. Introduction What Are the Parts of Speech? Registration Forgot your password? Paste all of this on your poster board! Delving Deeper into Freak the Mighty.
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Your job is to do research on knights, quests and King Arthur. Are there damsels to be rescued? Now that you have learned more about what a coat of arms is you get to put your knowledge to work. Follow the directions carefully.
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